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Ø 4.5 10mm fixture will be placed

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Incision

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Point Lindemann drilling with irrigation

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1,200 RPM, 30 ~ 45Ncm

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Point Lindemann drilling with irrigation

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1,200 RPM, 30 ~ 45Ncm

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Point Lindemann drill LDSØ25

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Diameter

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Ø2.5

LDS25

33.5mm

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8.5

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11.5 13

16.5

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1.3mm D1 D2

D1 : Ø1.2 D2 : Ø2.5

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Positioning for the initial drilling

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Initial drilling(Ă˜2.2) with irrigation

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1,200 RPM, 30~45Ncm, 10mm stopper

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Initial drilling(Ă˜2.2) with irrigation

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1,200 RPM, 30~45Ncm, 10mm stopper

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Initial drill

TSD22F

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Diameter

Product name

Ø2.2

TSD22F

33.5mm

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8.5

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11.5 13

16.5

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1.3mm Ø2.2

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Ă˜ 2.2 depth 10mm hole has appeared

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Checking the depth with depth gauge

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Checking the path with a parallel pin

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Taking radiography (X-ray)

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Removal of the parallel pin

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Twist drilling(Ă˜2.9) with irrigation

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1,200 RPM, 30~45Ncm, 10mm stopper

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Ă˜ 2.9 depth 10mm hole has appeared

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Twist drilling(Ă˜3.4) with irrigation

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1,200 RPM, 30~45Ncm, 10mm stopper

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Ă˜ 3.4 depth 10mm hole has appeared

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Twist drilling(Ă˜3.9) with irrigation

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1,200 RPM, 30~45Ncm, 10mm stopper

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Ă˜ 3.9 depth 10mm hole has appeared

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Profile tapping (Ă˜4.5) with irrigation

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50 RPM, 50Ncm

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Ø 4.5 Tapping has appeared

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Fixture placement with contra angle

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Ă˜ 4.5 X 10mm, 25~30 RPM, 35Ncm

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Apex Initial fixation at the apex is excellent to both immediate placement and immediate loading

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When Implant is being placed with torque wrench, 35Ncm is suggested with irrigation

Tighten slowly until it reaches 35Ncm

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Connecting a cover screw with Ă˜1.2 hex driver (by hand)

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Suture

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2 Main Factors for primary fixation during osseointegration

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1. Bioseal 2. Powerful thread

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1. Bioseal increases marginal sealing of soft tissue therefore minimizes bone loss.

2. Powerful thread also called Magic thread, is specially designed to withstand occlusal and lateral forces.

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After osseointegration, remove the cover screw with Ă˜1.2 hex driver (by hand)

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Connecting a healing abutment

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After soft tissue healing, remove the healing abutment with Ă˜1.2 hex driver (by hand)

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Connecting solid abutment with Ă˜1.2 hex driver (by hand)

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Connecting torque ratchet

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Tightening with torque ratchet (Max. 35Ncm)

Tighten slowly until it reaches 35Ncm

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Seating impression cap over the abutment

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Taking impression

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Impression cap comes out with impression

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Insert abutment level lab analog into impression

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Seating protective cap over abutment and fabricating provisional restoration

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When final prosthesis is ready, remove the protective cap

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Cementing the final restoration

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Characteristics of IS-II active Implant that has long-term stability

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1. Bioseal 2. Coronal Macro Thread 3. S.L.A. Surface treatment

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BioSeal (0.5mm)

Coronal Macro Thread

3.

S.L.A. Surface treatment

IS-II active implant is optimized for maintenance of primary stability with its powerful thread. Soft tissue healing process is predictable due to S.L.A surface treatment composed of macro and micro pores which allow excellent biosealing.

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