The faculty at OsteoReady® knows that just a few basic implant placement techniques will provide the GP with the ability to treat most patients seeking implants. Take advantage of our 2-Day Mini-Residency to see these procedures in action and gain the tools to perform them in your own office.
The Immediate Implant Placement Procedure
Any unrestorable tooth necessitating an extraction.
The OsteoConverter® is threaded into the socket, acting as both an osteotome and bone condenser.
The socket is prepared for an implant three ways:
- Converts socket curves and irregularities into a suitable implant site
- Scores the internal socket wall in 1mm increments providing optimal blood flow for implant healing
- Expands bone to provide ideal initial implant stability (45 Ncm to 65 Ncm on average)
The OsteoConverter® can also act as an implant. It may be left in the socket as the final implant, or the clinician can place an appropriately sized implant of their choosing.
Extract a tooth and place an implant directly into the socket using an OsteoConverter®.
Of all the advances made in implant dentistry over the last 10 years, the No-Drill Implant Procedure using the OsteoConverter® has had the most profound impact on dentists' productivity and patient satisfaction. Prior to the No-Drill Implant Procedure and other immediate implant placement techniques, patients would often have to undergo additional appointments to achieve the same result of an implant, abutment and crown. The No-Drill Implant Procedure using the OsteoConverter® allows dentists to provide the immediate treatment that their patients desire, increasing patient satisfaction and reducing chair time. This procedure benefits a general dentist who has never placed an implant before.
- Perform an immediate placement in as little as 23 seconds.
- The unique curvature of the root is converted to a cylindrical shape which allows for an implant-worthy osteotomy.
- The PDL is scored in roughly 2 mm increments, allowing blood flow and bone-forming cells to enter the site.
The 1-Drill Implant Procedure Using the Multi-Drill®
Traditional multiple drill sequence for osteotomy not needed.
Single hole with Multi-Drill® completes entire process.
Customizable abutment being attached to the implant.
Prep abutment and refine the margins before moving on to the final impression.
Implant insertion completed using the 3 in 1 implant procedure.
Why use 4 or 5 drills when you can use just 1?
The 1-Drill Implant Procedure using the Multi-Drill® is transforming practices around the world by allowing the general dentist to more efficiently place implants. Instead of the clinician going through a series of 4 or 5 drills to complete one osteotomy, only one drill is needed. By utilizing the Multi-Drill®, the osteotomy is wider toward the coronal aspect and narrower apically. The typical implant placed with this procedure takes less time to complete, which gives the dentist the opportunity to provide this service at a lower cost for those in need.
- Efficiently place implants using one drill instead of the typical 4-5 drill system.
- Learn why early loading of implants placed with the 1-drill technique has one of the highest success rates of any implant procedure.
- Reduce your fee for implants due to the efficiency of the 1-drill system.
The OsteoHybrid® Implant Procedure
The apex of the OsteoHybrid® is mini sized at 1.8 mm, while the occlusal portion is a conventional 3.75 mm.
The OsteoHybrid® implant allows for just one drill, acting as a bone condenser to make the ridge accommodate the implant.
Works like an osteotome in an efficient manner through its self-tapping design.
Learn how to use the OsteoHybrid® Implant, a procedure that acts as the bridge between using mini and conventional implants. If you often ask yourself: "How do I place an implant in a narrow ridge?" then the OsteoHybrid® Implant Procedure is the solution you've been looking for. This implant allows for just one drill, and acts as a bone expander to widen the ridge to accommodate the implant. 90% of the long-term success of an implant is directly related to the occlusal 4 mm of the fixture, making the OsteoHybrid® implant particularly well-suited for successful osseointegration in a narrow ridge.
- Placement simplicity like a mini implant with the lifetime success of a conventional implant.
- Expands the thin ridges without the risk or expense of more invasive ridge splitting surgery.
- Works like an osteotome in an efficient manner through its self-tapping design.
- The apex of an OsteoHybrid® is mini sized at 1.8 mm, while the occlusal portion is a conventional 3.75 mm.
The OsteoLift® Procedure
Implant prepared to enter osteotomy site.
OsteoLift® gently bumps sinus without perforating it.
If you've ever felt concerned about placing a conventional implant in the maxilla with a limited bone height or have been worried about the hazard of sinus damage, then the OsteoLift® Implant Procedure will benefit both your practice and your patients. Due to recent technologies, it is now possible to perform simple procedures adjacent to the sinus without any sutures, grafting or membranes. The OsteoLift® Implant is a key component of this important development in implant techniques. Don't be surprised if once you start using the OsteoLift® Implant Procedure, you end up performing more maxillary cases and increasing your patients' overall satisfaction.
- Specifically designed to be placed against the sinus floor without invasive sinus surgery or bone grafting.
- Allows a clinician to place an implant in maxillary areas of deficient bone height while approximating to the floor of the sinus or creating a no-graft, minimally invasive sinus bump.
- Allows for a "one size fits all" abutment selection and will accommodate locators, multi-unit abutments or standard customizable crown and bridge abutments.