Dyna Helix DC

 

  • ideally suited for in the maxilla type III and IV bone
  • thread and dual core
  • compression zone
  • internal sinus lift – diameter difference realizes bone condensation
  • rounded lower edge for preventing sinus membrane and nerve perforation


The design

The Dyna Helix DC implant is a tripartite cylinder screw designed to give secure mechanical fixation and load distribution in all clinical situations. It is a two- stage, screw type implant that can be used in one-stage surgery if the criteria for one stage surgery are met. It achieves sufficient primary stability in class IV bone whereas in class I, dense cortical bone guarantees safe and a-traumatic insertion. Dyna Helix DC implant has a root form Dual Core with self tapping thread.

The core of the implant allows for bone condensation during insertion supporting the primary stability in all bone types and stimulates the healing process. The rounded lower edge of the implant makes the positioning of implants above the nerves more secure and surgical procedures of closed sinus lift easy and a-traumatic. The thread of the implant has been designed so that outer diameter of the implant remains the same throughout, providing optimal cutting action.

The use of the Cortical reamer and pre-tapping is necessary when, especially in the cortical bone, there exists the risk of overheating or creating too much stress in the surrounding bone. The lower part of the treads are designed more horizontally. Because of this design the axial forces are transferred more vertically to the alveolar bone.

Based on the new principles to prevent bone resorption the implants are totally treated with the ART surface. The biological width principe is respected by means of the V-shape connection to the abutment coined as platform switching. Only a two tenth of a millimeter machined polished collar gives a smooth transition to the abutment. The use of several implant diameters and all-fit-all abutments gives an ideal combination of simplicity and reliability.

 

 

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