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  • 10 August, 2022

MEDIGMA Dental Implants – Providing high quality and innovative solutions

MEDIGMA Biomedical GmBH is one of the pioneers in dental implant business. Since 1992, the ‘Made in Germany’ MEDIGMA implants are well known for top notch quality and reliability. They provide high quality and innovative dental implant solutions to implantologists and dental technicians. With a range of dental implants and associated restorative, prosthetic and surgical components MEDIGMA dental implants, would nothing less than the first choice for clinicians. Altogether, there is scope to manage simplest of the case to most complex cases.

With its reasonable price and uncompromised service MEDIGMA dental implants have created a legacy of their own. Continuous customer communications have resulted in happy customers across the globe.

Range of MEDIGMA Dental Implants and features

Mars™

  • Tapered implants with a spiral tap that condenses bone during placement for enhanced immediate stability
  • Two large variable threads and a tapered core for accurate implant placement, self-tapping, improved esthetics and better load distribution
  • Special round shaped apex that pushes the bone graft with minimal harm to anatomic structures
  • User-friendly and their unique design often allows for immediate function for all bone types.
  • Built-in platform switching

Diameter ranges – 3.5mm to 6.0 mm

Length ranges – 6.25mm to 18mm

FixTite™-S

  • Tapered core dental implant with a unique spiral triple-lead thread and triple vertical flutes design
  • Trapezoid thread
  • Surgical procedure and drilling protocol based on three and two step drills
  • 4mm internal hex connection regardless of its diameter

Diameter ranges – 3.5mm to 6.0 mm

Length ranges – 6.25mm to 18mm

 Fix-A-Dent™

  • Straight, parallel-walled, slightly tapered implant
  • V-shaped thread design
  • Allows for accurate positioning to improve esthetics and to better load distribution

Diameter ranges – 3.3mm to 6.0 mm

Length ranges – 6.25mm to 18mm

Fix-1™

  • One Piece Implant System
  • Tapered core spiral implant
  • Designed for narrow places
  • Highly suitable replacements for laterals in the maxilla and incisors in the mandible

Diameter ranges – 3.0mm to 5.0mm

Length ranges – 10mm to 15mm

Surface Treatment for MEDIGMA Dental Implants

AB/AE surface treatment involves blasting with large grit aluminum oxide particles followed by acid etching with sulfuric and hydrochloric acid to remove the embedded particles. With this surface treatment, better osteointegration is well documented and time-tested.

With a wide range of dental implants, MEDIGMA Dental Implants will surely be an asset in your clinical practice. It is well known for its versatility. The company provides best support to all its clients and assures best results.

Address:

Siemensstrasse 10, 78564
Wehingen, Germany
Contact:
Tel.: +49 175 8726995

[email protected]

www.medigma-implants.com

 

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