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MultiMargin® & MultiPlatform® Dental Implant System

Technological advancements of modern dental implant systems have led to a revolution in implant body design to accommodate the biological contour of an alveolar ridge. This accommodation and preservation of alveolar bone within a ridge is established because of a reduction of the implant body diameter from its widest area to the platform surface. This design concept, called Platform Reduction, offers numerous clinical benefits to maintain the integrity of gingival tissue and crestal bone.

AIDI®  Dental Implant System

Two-Piece Implant System | SBM Surface Treatment

Platforms and Diameters
Available Platform Diameters:
3.5mm
Available Body Diameters:
4.7mm and 5.4mm
Available Body Lengths:
8.8mm, 10.5mm, 13.5mm, and 16.0mm
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Bioperfect®Dental Implant System

A dental implant with a Platform Reduction body design is the viable solution to accommodate for tissue recession and implant exposure because it can provide the added benefit of crown margin relocation without requiring dental implant replacement. Since the coronal portion of dental implant body is angled toward a central axis, it follows the “biological contour” (thinner at coronal portion) of an alveolar ridge. The Platform Reduction architecture may help to preserve a thin buccal plate and prevent crestal bone loss. This should provide additional room for maintaining alveolar bone, building thicker soft tissue and maintaining the tissue structure. The MultiMargin® and MultiPlatform® dental implant systems are two versions of a design structure that exhibits a reduction in platform surface diameter utilizing steps or slope. Since these systems are specially designed to follow the biological contour of an alveolar ridge, they are referred to as Bioperfect®.

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Practice Building Kit
Packaging
Includes:
AIDI® Dental Implant
Fixture Mount Abutment
Replica
Abutment Screw
Cover Screw

AIDI® Internal Connection design requires a 2.5mm Hex Driver
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Advantages of IDI Implant Design

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Benefits of a Bioperfect® Implant Design

The design benefits for clinical implications may include a potential solution regarding thin buccal-lingual plates, a solution to tissue recession, ability to place implants with minimum vertical bone height. It offers an option to change crown margin locations in case of dental implant exposure or tissues recession.

Thin Buccal Plate – Alveolar Crest

Alveolar bone tends to exhibit a pattern of bone resorption both in vertical and horizontal dimension. This establishment of marginal bone loss is commonly associated with buccal dehiscence and fenestrations. In order to limit the affect of this marginal bone loss, the intent of a Bioperfect® dental implant body design is to replicate the natural biological contour of the alveolar ridge in order to preserve the maximum amount of bone. Since Platform Reduction design does not require tapping and it may allow a slight underpreparation of an implant site during implant surgery. It will preserve more thin crestal bone facially and lingually.

Solving Issues with Tissue Exposure

Platform Reduction design may also provide the added benefit of a “tenting” effect where the surrounding gingiva would lie along the slope of the implant head providing gingival contact along the coronal section of an endosseous implant.  This outcome may result in a reduction in apical migration of the biological width, with respect to the gingival sulcus and junctional epithelium, providing a better aesthetic and healthy result. For this concept, the slope (or steps) of the Platform Reduction may serve to prevent unnecessary tissue recession while accommodating the natural biological contour of an alveolar ridge.

Reducing Negative Effect of Micro Gap

With a Platform Reduction design, there may be another potential benefit of placing a two-piece implant more coronally, which may allow for intra-oral drainage of bacteria infiltration. This design may drastically prohibit colonization of bacteria infiltrates horizontally which usually leads to bone resorption to the 1st thread.

Change Margin Locations

Once a dental implant is placed and a crown in affixed to an abutment, with a two-piece implant system, it is difficult to properly accommodate problems related to bone resorption and tissue recession. If a patient is afflicted with issues, such as periodontal disease, deterioration of alveolar bone, or other clinical issues that may invariably lead to subsequent implant thread exposure. Then, how should a dentist or oral surgeon proceed?

Therefore, it is important to design a dental implant  that may be placed supragingivally, subgingivally or equal crestally which means there are more options for dentists to place dental implant position according to pre-existing alveolar bone deficiencies in vertical height to avoid nerve injury.

In other words, the platform design of a dental implant with a Platform Reduction may provide surgeons an advantage of flexibility to compensate for minimum available bone in height to prevent nerve injury by allowing the platform of dental implant to be placed supragingivally or supracrestally. In addition, reduction of an implant platform diameter along a slope or steps also provide an advantage of maximum flexibility for restorative dentists to perform prosthetic correction. In other words, a restorative dentist can assign multiple crown margin locations according to soft tissue level to achieve aesthetic and functional demand[See Fig 11.1 – 11.4 – Crown margin relocations assigned to different levels.]

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Therefore, this design concept of a Platform Reduction should allow surgeon to dental place implant supragingivally or subcrestally to cases with a moderate to severe deficiency of vertical bone height, so as to prevent injury to an inferior alveolar nerve. Restorative dentist can relocate the crown margin accordingly at the restorative phase.

The design benefits for clinical implications may include a potential solution regarding thin buccal-lingual plates, a solution to tissue recession, ability to place implants with minimum vertical bone height. It offers an option to change crown margin locations in case of dental implant exposure or tissues recession.

Drilling Sequence AIDI Dental Implants

AIDI Biomedical ATLAS - Drilling Sequence2-1drillsAIDI pilot drill and twist drills:

AIDI twist drills, as well as their corresponding depth markings to AIDI dental implant system’s length.

Bone Quality, Implant Diameter and Drill Selection

Three factors in first-stage surgery may be considered after assessing bone quality in order to achieve initial stability and osseointegration:

  • The diameter of the implant
  • The diameter of the drill when preparing the site
  • The healing period

If the recommended drill diameter (see above) sequence is regarded as the basis of most treatment situations, the following alternatives are available.
In soft bone, a narrow twist drill is used to give the seating of the implant more resistance.
More torque is necessary to overcome the resistance of the bone when a smaller preparation is made, resulting in higher initial primary stability.

A minimum drilling in Type IV quality of bone is recommedned. It really depends on surgeon’s experience and skill to modify under different clinical situations.

Bone Quality
Bone Quality is Usually Categorized as Follows:

Type 1
Almost the entire jaw is comprised of homogeneous compact bone.

Type II
A thick layer of compact bone surrounds a core of dense trabecular bone.

Type III
A thin layer of cortical bone surrounds a core of dense trabecular bone of favorable strength.

Type IV
A very thin layer of cortical bone surrounds a core of low density trabecular bone.

1. Branemark Pl, Lekholm U and Zarb GA, Albrektsson T. (eda) Tissue-Integrated Prostheses. Quintessence Publishing Co. 1985, p. 202.

SUGGESTED DRILL SELECTION AND DRILL SEQUENCE

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Drill selection and sequence is depends on surgeon’s skill and experience.

*Do not use for Type 4 – Not for Indication

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IDI® Dental Implant Packages

IDI-1247-IPImplant PackIncludes: Implant and Cover Screw

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Product Number Description
Implant Pack – 3.5 mm Diameter Platform 4.7 mm Body Width
IDI-1247-088 4.7 X 8.8 mm Implant
IDI-1247-105 4.7 X 10.5 mm Implant
IDI-1247-135 4.7 X 13.5 mm Implant
IDI-1247-160 4.7 X 16.0 mm Implant
Implant Pack – 3.5 mm Diameter Platform 5.4 mm Body Width
IDI-1254-088 4.3 X 8.8 mm Implant
IDI-1254-105 4.3 X 10.5 mm Implant
IDI-1254-135 4.3 X 13.5 mm Implant
IDI-1254-160 4.3 X 16.0 mm Implant

 


IDI-1247-ALPractice Building KitIncludes: Implant, Cover Screw, Fixture Mount Abutment, Abutment Screw and Replica

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Product Number Description
Practice Building Kit – 3.5 mm Diameter Platform 4.7 mm Body Width
IDI-1247-088-A; (AL) 4.7 X 8.8 mm Implant
IDI-1247-105-A; (AL) 4.7 X 10.5 mm Implant
IDI-1247-135-A; (AL) 4.7 X 13.5 mm Implant
IDI-1247-160-A; (AL) 4.7 X 16.0 mm Implant
Practice Building Kit – 3.5 mm Diameter Platform 5.4 mm Body Width
IDI-1254-088-A; (AL) 4.3 X 8.8 mm Implant
IDI-1254-105-A; (AL) 4.3 X 10.5 mm Implant
IDI-1254-135-A; (AL) 4.3 X 13.5 mm Implant
IDI-1254-160-A; (AL) 4.3 X 16.0 mm Implant

Practice Building Kit Package includes implant, fixture mount abutment,replica, abutment screw and cover screw.

*Fixture mount abutment come with 2 different types.

-A package includes short fixture mount abutment;

-AL package includes long fixture mount abutment;

Package includes implant, fixture mount abutment, abutment screw, cover screw and replica.


IDI-1247-AL2
ECO Practice Building KitIncludes: Implant, Cover Screw, Fixture Mount Abutment and Abutment Screw

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Product Number Description
Eco Practice Building Kit – 3.5 mm Diameter Platform 4.7 mm Body Width
IDI-1247-088-B; (BL) 4.7 X 8.8 mm Implant
IDI-1247-105-B; (BL) 4.7 X 10.5 mm Implant
IDI-1247-135-B; (BL) 4.7 X 13.5 mm Implant
IDI-1247-160-B; (BL) 4.7 X 16.0 mm Implant
ECO Practice Building Kit – 3.5 mm Diameter Platform 5.4 mm Body Width
IDI-1254-088-B; (BL) 4.3 X 8.8 mm Implant
IDI-1254-105-B; (BL) 4.3 X 10.5 mm Implant
IDI-1254-135-B; (BL) 4.3 X 13.5 mm Implant
IDI-1254-160-B; (BL) 4.3 X 16.0 mm Implant

ECO Package includes implant, fixture mount abutment, abutment screw and cover screw.

*Fixture mount abutment come with 2 different types.

-B package includes short fixture mount abutment;

-BL package includes long fixture mount abutment;

 


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