Hexacone with abutment Implant
Hexa cone with abutment Implant
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Hexacone with abutment Implant 2.9 mm implants may not be placed in a loaded area, especially not in the molar or premolar area. Likewise,
these implants may not be used where diagonal loading (off-axis loading) occurs, i.e. not for the upper anterior. Under
no circumstances may Hexacone® 2.9 mm implants be used for work that involves unsupported occlusal surfaces
(consoles). If used in immediate load protocols, the prosthetic construction must be safely inserted in the 2nd postoperative day, and it should not be removed within the first 6 months.
we recommend to use Hexacone with abutment Implant up to (and including) the diameter 3.7 mm with care and avoid using them
for single tooth replacements unless strict force control is guaranteed. It will not affect the voice but will take up space where the cheeks and lips rest against the teeth. This might affect singing with respect to mouth movements but not the voice per se.
If the implant is anchored in the 2nd cortical, it may be used in immediate load protocols. Especially in the upper jaw the usage of the new handgrip (REF 311431, with Adapter IT HC REF 418196, see page 16) for inserting the implant is mandatory. This tool allows to apply vertical insertion forces and will enhance the anchorage. The drill sequence remains unchanged compared to the former design of the Hexacone® implant. And of course, all abutments and tools remain the same. It will not affect the voice but will take up space where the cheeks and lips rest against the teeth. This might affect singing with respect to mouth movements but not the voice per se.
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