Fortis® Semi-Conical Dental Implant
- Internal Hex System
- Implant Lengths Available: 6mm / 8mm / 10mm / 11.5mm / 13mm / 16mm
- Compatible with: Zimmer®, MIS®, Alpha Bio®, AB®, Cortex®, BioHorizon®, Edison Medical™, Adin®, Implant Direct® etc’
- Material: Titanium Grade 5 (Ti-6AL-4V-ELI)
- Hex Size 2.45 mm
The Complete and Comprehensive solution for implants!
The Fortis® combines the advantages of both cylindrical and conical implant designs, providing minimal pressure on dense bone and slight bone compression and therefore, most suitable for use with bone types D1 & D2.
With the Fortis® implant you will achieve excellent primary stability in every clinical situation.
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.
- 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.
- Rounded apex.
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.
Information about the material: Titanium