Implants

Design and Production

Prosthesis

High Technology and
High Quality

Istruments

Best value for money and
direct sales

Implants

Prosthesis

Specific Products

Instruments

Surgical
Steps

Titanium

The most popular material for implant production is titanium, in its commercially pure form or in dental alloys; titanium is biocompatible and does not cause adverse reactions (popularly, but erroneously, known as rejection). Implants placed in the patient’s bone shall be integrated as a consequence of the physiological mechanism of bone regeneration; this means they shall be osseointegrated independently of the technique used, be it the deferred loading (Swedish school) or the immediate loading (Italian school) technique.

This material offers the following advantages:

• A relatively low elastic modulus

• Good fatigue resistance

• Deformability

• Workability

• Resistance to corrosion and biocompatibility

Products

Quality, comparability to original equipment and very competitive pricing are the strong points of our products, guaranteed by the several strict dimensional, functional and aesthetic checks that 100% of the manufactured pieces are subject to.

All our medical devices comply with the provisions of Directive 93/42/EEC, as subsequently amended and integrated, implemented in Italy through Legislative Decreee n. 46 of February 1997, as subsequently amended and integrated.

Our dental implants are manufactured using grade 4 or grade 5 titanium which, thanks to its excellent resistance to chemical corrosion, low heat conduction and low density, has excellent biocompatibilitycharacteristics.

The materials used in our prosthesis, in addition to titanium, are stainless steel (for analog and transfer items) and medical grade PMMA (for castable items).

In order to ensure maximum precision, PMMA products are not moulded, but manufactured using a lathe.

Treatment

The surface of the RT® implants is sandblasted and then subject to a double acidification treatment.

This kind of treatment creates the typical microtopography that characterises the surfaces of modern implants, which show a widespread roughness due to the combination of the sandblasting treatment with the microroughness caused by the acid.

All this creates a three-dimensional topography that confers to the treated surface sponge-like characteristics that are the reason of their excellent clinical performance.

Indeed, the very short peak-to-peak distance of about 1 micrometer stimulates the activity of the osteogenic cells and the capillary penetration of blood into the surface structure; this, in turn, creates very favourable conditions that stimulate the bone healing process.