The self-tapping MIS SEVEN Implant is specially designed for implantation in a wide range of bone types and bone augmentation procedures. Their geometric design includes dual threads, three spiral channels stemming from the apex, micro rings on the implants' neck, and a changing thread thickness along the implant. All MIS SEVEN implants are supplied with a single-use final-drill that reduces the heat produced during drilling, and results in improved osseointegration.
The SEVEN implant now incorporates the platform-switching design concept. Implants with a platform-switched configuration have been shown to exhibit less bone loss when compared to non-platform-switched implants, which may lead to soft tissue preservation and growth.
The straight neck, combined with the compatible final drill, may lead to crestal bone preservation.
Micro-rings on the implant neck improve BIC (Bone-to-Implant-Contact) at the crestal zone, and are designed to reduce pressure on the cortical bone to minimize resorption at the implant neck.
The SEVEN now includes a variety of concave emergence profile abutments which, as scientific research has proven, when combined with platform switching, may increase soft tissue volume.
Gold shaded prosthetics enable less reflection of the component through the gingiva.
Each MIS SEVEN implant is supplied with a single-use final drill corresponding to the correct diameter and length, allowing for a short and safe drilling procedure. The dome-shaped apex prevents over-insertion for safer implant placement.
High initial stability
The SEVEN’s root-shaped geometry and unique threads are designed to enable excellent primary stability, offering the ultimate choice for a wide range of clinical cases. This allows for a simpler and faster implant placement.
The surface roughness and micro-morphology of all MIS implants, is a result of sand-blasting and acid-etching. This MIS established surface technology has provided millions of patients with excellent osseointegration results and long-lasting clinical success, and is backed by years of research and supporting data.