The conical morphology of the apical third allows atraumatic placement of MPI Privilege® implants.
The four cutting blades promote self-threading and condense the bone for high initial stability.
The surface’s micro-structure favours osteoblasts’ adhesion, which are responsible for bone formation.
This accelerates the acceptance of the treated surface and thus the osseointegration of the implant.
In order to be able to react and stop bacterial colonisation in the early stages, MPI has designed a smooth machined surface in the upper area of the implant, which will facilitate the treatment of the coronal area in case of idiopathic colonisation in case of these colonisations.
The structure of the implant is reinforced by the use of cold-formed Grade 4 titanium of German origin.
The high-quality requirements for the raw material increase the hardness of the titanium by 20% compared to conventional Grade 4 titanium.
The minimum hardness of MPI’s raw material is 875 MPa.
The MPI Privilege® line of implants features an innovative mount design that makes it easier for the clinician to perform surgery.