NeoArch™

NeoArch™ offers immediate, reliable and top quality fixed edentulous solutions based on the proven product concepts at an affordable cost.

High stability allows immediate function

  • Tapered body and progressive square-shape threads designer to provide great initial mechanical stability.
    Double thread for faster implant insertion.

  • Acqua, the hydrophilic surface, is designed to increase wettability.

Acqua
Hydrophilic Surface

Cone Morse connection provides mechanical stability 2-3 and bacterial sealing in vitro studies 4

  • Deep Cone Morse connection transfers load distribution down to the apex
    and offers high resistance and excellent abutment stability.2-3, 11

    Conical seal designed to prevent bacteria migration into the implant.5

    The one prosthetic connection for all implants regardless of diameter or thread style simplifying the management of the portfolio.
  • Platform switching proven concept preserves the bone level supporting the peri-implant tissue. 6-10

Versatile CM Mini Conical Abutment

  • A broad range of options of gingiva heights to cater your patients’needs.

    6 options for the straight abutment; 3 options for the 17° and 30° angulated abutment each.

    Options of index and non-index CM mini conical abutment offer flexibility
    to locate the final position.

    Cone Morse connection enhances the implant abutment seating’s efficiency
    and stability.

References

1. Sartori IAM, Latenek RT, Budel LA, Thomé G, Bernardes SR, Tiossi R. Retrospective analysis of 2,244 implants and the importance of follow-up in implantology. JRD (2014); 2(6):555-565

2. Coppedê AR, Bersani E, Chiarello de Mattos MG, Rodrigues RCS, Sartori IAM, Ribeiro RF. Fracture resistance of the implant-abutment connection in implants with internal hex and internal conical connections under oblique compressive loading: an in vitro study. Int J Prosthodont. 2009 May-Jun;22(3):283-6.

3. Bernardes SR, da Gloria Chiarello de Mattos M, Hobkirk J, Ribeiro RF. Loss of preload in screwed implant joints as a function of time and tightening/untightening sequences. Int J Oral Maxillofac Implants. 2014 Jan-Feb;29(1):89-96.

4. dos Anjos CM, Harari ND, Reis RSA, Vidigal Junior GM. Análise in vitro da infiltração bacteriana na interface de pilares protéticose implantes cone-morse / In vitro analysis of bacterial leakage at the interface between Morse taper implant platform and prosthetic abutments. ImplantNews. 2011 8(2):239-243.

5. Martin C, Thomé G, Melo AC, Fontão FN. Peri-implant bone response following immediate implants placed in the esthetic zone and with immediate provisionalization-a case series study. Oral Maxillofac Surg. 2015 Jun;19(2):157-63.

6. Barros RR, Novaes AB Jr, Muglia VA, Lezzi G, Piattelli A. Influence of interimplant distances and placement depth on peri-implant bone remodeling of adjacent and immediately loaded Morse cone connection implants: a histomorphometric study in dogs. Clin Oral Implants Res. 2010;21(4):371-8.

7. Castro DS, Araujo MA, Benfatti CA, Araujo Cdos R, Piattelli A, Perrotti V, et al. Comparative histological and histomorphometrical evaluation of marginal bone resorption around external hexagon and Morse cone implants: an experimental study in dogs. Implant Dent. 2014;23(3):270-6.

8. Novaes AB Jr, Barros RR, Muglia VA, Borges GJ. Influence of interimplant distances and placement depth on papilla formation and crestal resorption: a clinical and radiographic study in dogs. J Oral Implantol. 2009;35(1):18-27.

9. Sotto-Maior BS, Lima Cde A, Senna PM, Camargo Gde V, Del Bel Cury AA. Biomechanical evaluation of subcrestal dental implants with different bone anchorages. Braz Oral Res 2014; 28(1):1-7.

10. Sotto-Maior BS, Lima Cde A, Senna PM, Camargo Gde V, Del Bel Cury AA. Biomechanical evaluation of subcrestal dental implants with different bone anchorages. Braz Oral Res 2014; 28(1):1-7.

11. Sotto-Maior BS, Lima Cde A, Senna PM, Camargo Gde V, Del Bel Cury AA. Biomechanical evaluation of subcrestal dental implants with different bone anchorages. Braz Oral Res 2014; 28(1):1-7