Dental Implants

AnyRidge® Implant System

With its patented and innovative knife thread design, the AnyRidge® Implant System delivers superior surgical performance, more primary stability, the ability to load immediately, and better esthetic outcomes, even in the most challenging applications. AnyRidge® has a single prosthetic platform and provides platform switching.

Straumann dental implants

The AnyRidge® Implant System with XPEED® used in combination with the Mega ISQ Implant Stability Meter allows you to accurately measure the AnyRidge® stability at the time of placement post suture removal, and as the restorative procedure begins. AnyRidge® does not have a "drop off" of ISQ value post surgery, which is unique among implants.

An implant's surface roughness, topography, and chemistry play important roles in faster and superior osseointegration. XPEED increases surface reactions with an S-L-A treatment that coats nanostructured calcium into the Ti surface. Calcium ions increase the growth of osteoblastic cells and promote the precipitation of apatite on the Ti surfaces. Incorporating calcium into the Ti implants also stimulates osseointegration by increasing BIC percentages.

Dental implants are surgical-grade root devices that support permanent tooth prosthetics that are manufactured to last a lifetime. These artificial roots are anchored in the bone beneath the gums where they become fused into the jaw. A crown is mounted atop the implant for a long-lasting and natural looking smile. Many dentists and patients prefer dental implants because they offer the same function as natural teeth and also help prevent bone atrophy in the jaw. Dental implants may be used to replace a single missing or damaged tooth or to restore an entire smile.

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Did you know…

that approximately 30 million people live with no natural teeth in one or both jaws? But more and more dental patients are opting for dental implants as a means of tooth replacement. The American Academy of Implant Dentistry reports that 3 million people currently have dental implants – a number that is rapidly growing by about 500,000 per year. Modern titanium implants were first developed in the 1950’s, but archeologists have determined that ancient Egyptians and Mayans were the first cultures to implant artificial teeth.

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