The conical configuration has proven, due to its properties, to be the one that provides the greatest primary stability, in addition to incorporating a more effective bacterial seal and a decrease in the loss of preloading force. Tapered implants simulate the dental root, making them ideal for post-extraction surgery.
Designed with micro-spiral to reduce vertical crestal bone resorption. Improves load distribution and fatigue resistance.
The double-entry spiral allows for controlled and continuous implant drive in all bone qualities. The active spiral design increases progressively from the apex to the micro-spiral, allowing for optimal primary anchorage in trabecular bone.
Its double-cutting blade and active apex allow axial condensation of the bone, achieving a gradual osteotome effect. The more pronounced spirals in the apical area provide greater initial stability to the implant, an ideal factor for immediate loading.
The MPI Excellence® Morse Taper Internal Connection, with its double internal hexagon, facilitates fast and tight insertion of prosthetic components. The mono-block abutmentimplant effect prevents bacterial leaks with a completely tight mechanical seal and a total watertightness strengthens the design and prevents physical fatigue.
In order to be able to react and stop bacterial colonisation in the early stages, MPI has designed a smooth machined surface in the coronal area of the implant. . Decontamination processes are more effective and faster and minimised bone loss is guaranteed.
Double surface treatment. t. Its optimal macro- and microstructure favours the adhesion of osteoblasts, responsible for bone formation. Healing times are reduced and early bone-toimplant contact is enhanced.
The Grade IV Titanium used for MPI Excellence implants is cold-formed. This treatment of the material improves its hardness by 20%, thus increasing the resistance of the implant to higher insertion torques. Material of German or Swiss origin.