The AnyRidge System is a landmark implant designed for minimal disturbance of crestal bone and soft-tissue volume. This ensures high initial stability for early loading and flexible treatment options. It also makes it possible for a beautiful and natural-looking aesthetic result with an innovative S-line abutment, providing a seamless, natural-looking emergence profile. These implants are specially engineered with a 5° internal hermetic connection and platform switch to maintain crestal bone. The system provides an array of prosthetic options for fixed and removable restorations to satisfy the clinician’s needs. The design of AnyRidge allows clinicians to place a wider/deeper threaded implant in osteotomies or a narrow ridge to conserve crestal bone with a higher degree of surface area. It also allows you to perform ridge-splitting techniques using the implant as the expansion device and to obtain ideal initial stability, especially in compromised bone. For more information, call (866) 277-5662 or visit imegagen.com.


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The Seven system creates a simple solution for dentists with all levels of experience in implantology. They come in diameters ranging from 3.3 to 6 mm and in varying lengths from 6 (which will be available in August) to 16 mm with an internal hex connection. Each implant is packaged with a sterile final drill made to the specifications for the length and diameter of each implant. Micropores and macropores on the surface of the implant, created by a large particle blasting and acid-etch treatment, allow for excellent osseointegration. The Seven implants are self-tapping. With the thread thickness changing along the length of the implant, initial stability is maximized. While the Seven implants have a full range of prosthetic options, a popular product is the Complete Prosthetic Kit, which includes everything you need for a simple single implant restoration and is available in varying abutment and collar heights. For more information, call (866) 797-1333.


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