The Lamina® & Fortis®
The Complete and Comprehensive solution for implants!
Edison Medical Ltd. is engaged in the import, export, marketing and distribution of dental Implants and other related products.
Edison Medical is a dynamic rapidly growing company specialized in compatible products for different systems existing in the market.
Our mission is to make high quality products affordable & accessible.
- Self tapping, for an easy insertion and bone condensing for a better primary stability.
- Easy & well known restoration – Internal Hex.
- Titanium Grade 5 ELI.
- SLA – Sand blasted and acid etched surface treatment to improve osseointegration.
- Double threaded for better bone / Implant contact.
- Flat cutting apex allows final adjustments during placement.
Edison Medical ’s Quality Strategy:
Edison Medical’s quality management operates in conformity with ISO QMS standards, 9001/2008 and IS0 13485/2003 (Medical).
Edison Medical’s systems and Components are being tested to comply with medical standard and European Notified Body (CE 1023) for medical equipment manufacturers.
Edison Medical use an advanced and thorough implant cleaning process for all dental implants to ensure surface structure and surface chemical composition and its purity grade.
All implant products follow a multi-stage cleaning path before declared medically clean and ready for the packaging process.
Special Cleaning Considerations:
:: Composition of the particles
:: Identity of any treatments to remove particles from implant surfaces
:: Identity of agents used in particle removal
:: Chemical analysis of the surface to verify that any chemicals used to remove particles have been washed from the surface
:: Photomicrographs of blasted surfaces to show whether or not there are particles remaining behind on the surface
:: Prior to sterilization by radiation, all implants go through a process for cleaning after the manufacturing process (pre-sterilization).
The steps are: Washing after machining, Aluminal Blasting, and Acid Treatment.
After tooth extraction and cleaning of the tooth socket with dedicated curette in order to remove all of inflammatory and infectious tissue (lesions like periapical lesions, dentoalveolar abcesses, periodontal lesions, cysts) some remnants of soft tissue remain within the bone and inhibit appropriate healing of the region and do not allow immediate implant placement or bone implantation due to concern regarding infection. Most investigators believe that an infected site should be viewed as a contra-indication for implant placement or bone implantation. When the tooth is extracted the area attracts soft tissue and bone cells with an excellent regenerative and healing potential. If the site is infection-free the entire extraction site can be reconstructed by using a membrane in case of deficient or absent buccal or lingual wall, filling the cavity or gap with allograft bone substance and performing primary closure. Usually within 6-8 weeks from extraction the soft tissue and bone regenerative cells are well organized and their healing potential is substantially diminished. By using the “Degranulation Kit” the practitioner can attain complete removal of all elements that can potentially inhibit healing or promote infection. When clearing these elements from all walls of the bone defect or gap one can obtain both socket preservation and immediate implantation, without the risks of infection. The kit comes with a dedicated and specialized drill that as opposed to the Tungsten drills does not slip, slide or over-penetrates and allows full control of the “cleaning” process without causing unwarranted emphysema.
The stages of the procedure are
:: Atraumatic tooth extraction with an attempt to preserve the integrity of the socket walls
:: Debridement of soft tissue employing a surgical curette within the bone defect.
:: Use of dedicated suction to remove blood from within the socket to allow direct visualization of the socket walls, and identify regions that still harbor soft tissue that penetrates the bone.
:: Use the dedicated drill (fits the physio-dispenser) at drilling speeds of 2000-2500 rpm and scraping the defect walls. The initial drill-based scraping is done without water and only later water can be added to rinse the drill and the socket and defect while employing the dedicated suction.
:: This procedure should be repeated until complete removal of the soft tissue and
cleaning of the defect is accomplished.
Information about the material: Titanium
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