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ND / Narrow Diameter Implant

ND Line,dental implants,dentures
ND Line,dental implants,dentures

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10 year warranty

C-TECH offers a 10 year warranty on all implants and parts on implants and abutments. To request the warranty and find out more, click here.

ND / Narrow Diameter Implant

ND Line,dental implants,denturesThe Narrow Diameter dental implant is a two piece slender bodied implant with a platform diameter of only 3mm. This implant is ideal for limited and narrow crestal spaces in the anterior region. Generous threading on the implant body, culminating in sharper threads at the apex deliver stability as well as ease of insertion.

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Dental Implants

Diameter ø 3.0
ø 2,3/9 mm ND-3009
ø 2,3/11 mm ND-3011
ø 2,3/13 mm ND-3013
* All models are supplied with ND Narrow Diameter screw cap included

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Purity and precision

Material purity and surface treatment

Material purity starts with the acquisition of raw material from only the most reliable sources of which each lot is accompanied by its own material certificate and is completely traceable at all phases of production and later use. The production facility in which all the implants and components are made is owned and operated by C-TECH and is certified to the highest standards governing the production of dental/medical devices. To maintain these standards, regular and independent audits are performed by the German auditor, TUV Süd. All up to date certificates are available for download on the company website.

The machining of the EL implant is an intricate process due to the precision required for the Morse conical connection and the exterior complexity of the implant. This intricacy requires double the machining time that would be necessary for that of an average implant. Throughout and following each step of the production process, the implants are thoroughly cleaned in 5 seperate cleaning stages, consisting of a total of 20 cleaning cycles. This attention to cleanliness is in order to assure that no risk of any production residue is remaining on the implant surface.

The surface topography is created through a patented acid etching process. The adjacent photos made with a scanning electron microscope (SEM) demonstrate the lack of impurities on the implant surface as well the abundant surface area created through the patented acidification process.

The purity of the grade 4 titanium used for the EL implant and the surface topology were independently verified through an investigation carried out with a scanning electron microscope (SEM) by the University of Cologne and Medical Material Research Center of Berlin, Germany. The investigation demonstrated the highest level of purity and cleanliness resulting in the award of the BDIZ quality seal. This investigation is avaliable in its long form on the C-TECH website.

Precision components

The successful achievement of a Morse lock and cold weld seal in the implant-prosthetic connection depends on high precision machining. A perfect Morse connection will result in a structural integrity and strength that will be as if the 2 parts were fused together and thus will practically eliminate the gap between the implant and the abutment. Accordingly, the C-TECH components are machined to a tolerance of within 10 microns.

This mechanical fusion of the prosthetic part and the implant has 2 important benefits; prevention of the bacterial colonization of the gap, which can lead to bone loss around the implant, as well as the elimination of micro-movements between the implant and abutment and the consequent screw loosening which can lead to prosthetic failure. The SEM photos on the right show different magnifications of the tight abutment and implant connection. The final photo at the bottom, at 1000 X magnification, shows a fine line where the abutment and the implant meet. This practically nonexistent gap is less than the 1,5 microns width of the bacteria to be found in the oral cavity.

  • Scientific Publications

    Clinical case of total reconstruction in the upper jaw with guided surgery protocol and immediate loading

    Dr. Fabio Lo Meo Introduction Nowadays modern surgical techniques are more and more moving towards simplified and minimally invasive protocols, aimed at offering patients more effective and highly predictable solutions with shorter treatment times. In addition, this approach makes treatments better tolerated, faster, with more comfortable postoperative courses and reduced costs. Implant surgery also aligns with this general trend, and one of the brightest and most impressive examples is theRead more

    Dentist Michael Weiland: excellent care is important to me!

    Magazine PIP • Practical implantology and implant prosthetics • 08 June 2022 Dentist Michael Weiland: excellent care is important to me! In times of skilled labor bottlenecks and a fundamental lack of staff, the first thing that many lose is the services that were once seen as so essential. But the more a piece of hardware is interchangeable and discount battles want to be avoided, the more a company stands out from the customer with the many free little help. Interview with dentist MichRead more

    Rehabilitation of the jaw by means of immediate implantation and immediate restoration Digital workflow

    Magazine PIP • Practical Implantology and Implant Prosthetics • August 2022 | Issue 4' Rehabilitation of the jaw by means of immediate implantation and immediate restoration Digital workflow Catarina G. Rodrigues, DDS, MSc – Manuel D. Marques, DDS - Raquel Bandeira, CDT The success of any complex dental treatment depends on proper diagnostics and treatment planning. Digital treatment planning, prosthetic backward planning and guided implant surgery can help improve success rates and preRead more

    Complete-arch fixed reconstruction by means of guided surgery and immediate loading: a retrospective clinical study on 12 patients with 1 year of follow-up

    Henriette Lerner, Uli Hauschild, Robert Sader & Shahram Ghanaati Abstract Guided implant surgery is considered as a safe and minimally invasive flapless procedure. However, flapless guided surgery, implant placement in post-extraction sockets and immediate loading of complete-arch fixed reconstructions without artificial gum are still not throughly evaluated. The aim of the present retrospective clinical study was to document the survival and success of complete-arch fixed reconstructioRead more

    Webinar | Treatment of patients with totally edentulous arches: clinical applications of mini implants

    Dental Tribune Magazine • Webinar • 11 May 2020 Treatment of patients with totally edentulous arches: clinical applications of mini implants. by Dr. Aldo De Blasi, expert in dentistry applied to mini implants. Abstract Mini implants are a valid alternative to traditional implants to stabilize the rehabilitation of edentulous arches. Patients with full arch prostheses can benefit from this technique which, with a minimally invasive approach, allows to stabilize them with a single operaRead more

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