Naturactis ø3 Narrow implant

Used in one or two-stage surgery, the Naturactis Ø3 mm implant has a "Morse taper" internal connection. Iits 3 mm diameter makes this implant totally suitable for restorations of central or lateral incisors. Its cylindro-conical body and its significant thread depth make it particularly suitable for post-extraction surgery.
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Indications

• Restorations of central or lateral inferior incisors.
• Reduced mesiodistal spaces.
• Fine crests.
• Post-extraction surgeries.
• Immediate loading.

This kit includes all the instruments necessary for carrying out the surgical protocol and the management of all densities for all lengths of Naturactis Ø3 and Naturall+ Ø3 implants.
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Reduced format for increased space in the sterile field and the autoclave.

One kit for 2 implant systems.

Readability of sequences due to the presentation of the instruments in order of use and the protocol table.

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Connection common to the Naturall+ Ø3 implant

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Morse taper internal connection

  • Impermeability of the prosthetic seal.
  • Stability of the implant/component assembly.
  • Precision of the orientation of the prosthetic elements.

Connection common to Naturall+ Ø3 implant

  • Streamlining of stocks of prosthetic components for simplified component management between the practice and the laboratory.

Juxtacrestal placement

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  • Marginal bone maintained following extraction.
  • For improved management of post-extraction surgery.
  • Emergence switching.

Microthread synchronous with the macrothread

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  • Insertion without tearing the cortical bone.
  • Stabilisation of the cortical bone by micro-stimulation.
  • Optimised primary anchorage.
  • Greater resistance to axial loads.
  • Reduction in shearing constraints at the bone/implant interface.

Double asymetrical threading

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  • Homogeneous distribution of masticatory forces.
  • Excellent primary stability immediately after implant placement.
  • Decreased heating of the bone and insertion time.

Central protusion between threads

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  • Contact surface with bone tissue increased by 15%.
  • Promotes osteogenesis.
  • Activates cellular reconstruction.

Conicity

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Implant has cylindro-conical body

  • Condenses bone laterally to improve initial stability of the implant.

Variable threading depth and increasing at apex

  • Better apical anchoring in low density bones.

Active and engaging apex

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  • Threading leads are blade shaped.
  • Blade is deeper in the apical area than on the implant body.
  • Optimum anchoring in cancellous bone.
  • High self-tapping capacity.
  • Ideal for post-extraction surgery.
  • Easier to select implant axis.

Proven STAE® surface treatment

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  • Titanium oxide micro-sanding.
  • Etching with nitric and hydrofluoric acids.
  • 23 years of clinical experience.

Direct mandrel implant driver

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  • Time saved during surgery.
  • Better visibility of the placement level and orientation of the connection.
  • Gingival height provided.