ProActive Straight Implant Ø3.25
The strong narrow diameter Neoss ProActive® Straight Implant Ø3.25 offers solutions for minimal mesio-distal spaces or thin bone ridges based on the same design principles as all other Neoss® implants and the NeoLoc® connection.
While smaller in diameter, the Neoss ProActive Straight Ø3.25 implant demonstrates exceptionally high fatigue strength values of over 200 N making it amongst the strongest available within the narrow implant range on the market.1
The Neoss ProActive Straight Implant Ø3.25 features a smaller dimensional version of the NeoLoc internal connection with a dedicated and extensive Ø3.25 abutment assortment.
Parallel coronal flange
The parallel coronal flange has been carefully designed to provide predictable seating and stability.
Dual surface roughness
The Neoss ProActive Tapered Implant has a low surface roughness flange (Sa 0.4) designed to reduce marginal bone loss, while the rougher body (Sa 1.0) optimizes osseointegration. The low surface roughness flange allows implant placement subcrestal, bone level, or supracrestal.
Neoss ProActive, a super hydrophilic surface
Neoss ProActive Implants have a super hydrophilic surface demonstrated by an immeasurable low contact angle. The Neoss ProActive surface has demonstrated faster and stronger osseointegration (when compared to blasted surfaces).2
Straight implant body and unique Thread Cutting and Forming design (TCF™)
A major challenge in modern implant dentistry is to accomplish maximum stability in all bone qualities.3 Neoss Implants achieve this in a simple and predictable manner by the provision of slight conical implant designs in combination with a secondary cutting face4 resulting in the unique Thread Cutting and Forming (TCF) design.
Ultraclean low carbon surface
An ultraclean low carbon surface is achieved by a combination of cleaning process and packaging in a glass vial.
The apex is designed for initial stability and maximum long-term support. It features an optimized thread and cutting design.
1. Neoss data on file. 2. Gottlow J & Sennerby L, 2010. ‘Influence of surface and implant design on stability of five commercial titanium implants. A Biomedical study in the rabbit’, AO Meeting, Post 83 3. Renouard F, Nisand D. Short implants in the severely resorbed maxilla: a 2-year retrospective clinical study. Clin Implant Dent Relat Res. 2005;7 Suppl 1:S104–10. 4. Meredith N; A review of implant design, geometry and placement. Appl Osseointgrated Res 2008 6 pp 6–12.
The Neoss narrow platform Ø3.25 implant is designed to satisfy clinical needs in narrow edentulous spaces and in the replacement of narrow rooted teeth. It has a specific implant inserter and its own range of prosthetic components. Use of the Ø3.25 implant is contraindicated in load bearing applications.
Indication - Bone Density
The bar illustrates the ideal bone density range for the optimal placement of Neoss ProActive Straight Ø3.25 Implant.
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Commercially Pure Titanium Grade IV.
The Implant Kit includes Implant, Cover Screw, Healing Abutment and Healing Abutment Screw.
The healing abutment is 4.0mm wide and 5.0mm high.
The prosthetic platform measures Ø3.5 with six internal rotational positions. Due to the narrow platform, the Ø3.25 implant has a specific implant inserter and its own range of prosthetic components.
Key Ø3.25 components and labels are colour coded in royal blue. In addition to colour coding the Implant Inserters are laser marked Ø3.25. The Countersink and Screw Tap are laser marked Ø3.25.
The implants are ‘double threaded’ for fast insertion and are designed to achieve additional stability in poor quality bone.
TCF - Thread Cutting and Forming
Thread cutting is provided by the primary cutting faces. The secondary cutting faces engage and improve cutting in dense bone.
Neoss ProActive Surface
The Neoss ProActive surface is created by a multistage blasting, etching and super hydrophilicity treatment. The surface roughness is Sa 1.0μm over the fully threaded part of the implant and a reduced, <Sa 0.4μm, over the flange (~2 mm) of the implant.