Kind renaissance dental of body is up we’re kind of in flux does it look like it’s Dram men this looks like strong and body with a red and with a rounded bottom so the problem.
doesn’t get with primary stability because of the threading system so the recommendation for this particular implements to use it in the late extractions you .
Can never use it for immediate extractions because we cannot anchor it and all medicine is moving towards more than media things people don’t want to wait over to necessarily so this is the one one I can’t system but the good .
Thing about is that they had an abutment with a carbon fiber screw that connected so we can have that flexibility with you process then I use all
These three systems so the way this connects here this is an aluminum catheter konya by the way so what does that mean it has % they’re coming up of London oxide .
Will be treated so that’s what gives it it’s Shrunk the connection they were going to go over it it has a little space between the abutment and the implant to allows it to allow .
A little bit of gift because the carbon fiber screws have a little gift to them so titanium versus ceramic why do we change the system if it worked so
Well why would you change anything in your practice and introduce something you if it works so well usually because there is a need so I usually ask myself .
Three questions if I’m going to pick a new system because who needs more parts right I certainly have enough in my office yeah I’m not technology I ask.
Myself is it predictable is it easy to use and the third does it serve a need for my patient if any of these are no I usually don’t use it so I want to answer.
These three questions for you is it predictable is it easy to use does a server need for my patient generation of titanium then we have aluminum
Hopkins or chromium which is essentially noble pearl and then we have zirconium on itself and what we can see after four weeks of healing all of them are integrated so there’s no.