Alfa dental implant

The ALFA model trans-mucous dental implant, which is made of ASTM F67 titanium, is cylindrical and is similar in terms of size, shape, threading, and internal connection to one of the most common implants on the market.
The ALFA implant is produced in two main models. The first has the usual conical connection, whereas the second has an octagon inside the cone which enables the cap to be positioned more accurately, making the task of both the dentist and odontic technician easier and more precise. The only difference between the ALFA and ALFACL implants is the width of the shoulder, ALFA has a diameter of 4.8mm whereas ALFACL has a diameter of 6.5mm. The ALFACL implant is mostly used to construct teeth in the molar area, in order to use the larger contact area between the cap and the implant.

Konic dental implant

The submerged dental implant (KONIC model) is produced in ASTM F67 titanium and has a conical shape that mimics the natural shape of tooth roots.
The shoulder of the implant is micro-threaded to reduce and attenuate bone reduction, as has been shown in recent scientific literature. The external geometry and threading are similar to several implants on the market, whereas the internal connection is of the hexagonal type and is sized so that it makes breakage of the connection between the stump and implant virtually impossible. In the internal connection, aside from the hexagon, there is also a ledge that serves the purpose of increasing the resistance of the implant to the lateral forces it is subjects to during normal chewing. The entire prosthetic piece is made of gr5 titanium and is anodized to make identifying the various diameters easier.

Dott. Morella Mono SL implant

This implant was designed to meet the need of adapting to almost all forms of alveolar process. It is simple in terms of surgical technique and prosthesis construction, as it is an integral part of the implant.
The Dr. Morella MONO SL dental implants are 2 mm in effective size, enable a quick and non-traumatic insertion, and ensure basic stability and no movement problems.
The implant consists of a very thin, non-traumatic central pin and coils that double the diameter of the pin, thus guaranteeing immobility and stability. The implant is designed to be inserted into the upper or lower jawbone, once drilled. Given its shape, it is considered invisible.
An accurate X-ray of the area where the implant is to be placed must be made in order to determine the thickness of the alveolar crests, so as to avoid micro-fractures at a cortical level which would lengthen the time required to stabilize the implant and compromise the clinical result.
The Dr. Morella MONO SL dental implants are designed and manufactured with the above parameters in mind. In particular, the Dr. Morella MONO SL implant is made of grade 4 titanium to ISO 5832-2 and ASTMF67-89 standards. The bio-compatibility of pure titanium has been demonstrated for over 30 years, and only rarely has an intolerance or allergy to the material been found. It is up to the doctor to check whether the patient is intolerant of the material, although this does not compromise the validity of the material used to produce the implant.

Beta dental implant

The beta implant is manufactured in Titanium grade 4, it has a tapered shape and is of the totally buried type.
The hexagonal internal connection is sized to prevent the possibility of a break in the connection between the abutment and the implant.

The peculiarity of the device lies in the geometric properties of the spiral, which has been specially studied to guarantee excellent primary stability, a fundamental requisite for the success of any implant.

The neck of the implant has two grooves that allow the practitioner to establish at what depth the device is to be positioned, to suit on the height of the gum.
The entire implant is made of grade 5 titanium and subsequently anodised to obtain the different diameters.

Omega dental implant

The Omega dental implant is made of grade 4 titanium and has a connection with an external hexagon.
The implant body shape is cylindrical to simplify the surgical procedure for the professional operators. There are 3 longitudinal cuttings along the body to make the system self-tapping and facilitate the insertion.

The geometry of the external thread is designed to ensure optimum primary stability, a fundamental requirement for successful implantation.
The entire prosthetic piece is made of grade 5 titanium, the various abutments are constructed in different heights to provide the ability to use the one most suitable for the case.

Blade dental implant

The Blade Dental Implant is used to replace natural teeth, and uses both the width and depth of the implant site where the implant slot has been deepened using a surgical cutter. Before surgery, it is essential that the surgeon carries out a thorough radiological examination of the implant site to avoid involuntarily damaging anatomical areas to be safeguarded.
The wedge shape of the implant and the holes in its lower parts fully satisfy odontoiatric requirements of primary stability. The cutters used to create slots are designed to ensure that implant sites are smaller in width and depth than the blade, and the holes in the body of the implant help to improve osseointegration as the contact surface area is greater.
The blade is available in 6, 7, 8, and 9mm lengths, with one or two posts, and also with the hexagonal part inclined at 5° or 10°. The range of lengths allows the surgeon the chose the ideal implant for any bone thickness. External hexagonal type fittings can be used with the blade implant so that crowns can be placed more accurately thus making both the surgeon’s and technician’s tasks easier.

Accessories and customizations

Normadent offers their customers the way to customize the accessories and anodized for easier recognition.

Reference standards

Here follows a list of the main reference standards for the system and techniques:

MDD 2007/47/CEE Directive medical device
Ministerial circular “Vigilance of the medical devices”
D.Lgs. 37/10 Accomplishment of directive medical devices
UNI EN 1641:2010 Dentistry – Medical devices for dentistry – Materials
UNI EN 1642:2010 Dentistry – Medical devices for dentistry – Dental implants
UNI EN ISO 9001:2008 Quality management systems requirements
UNI EN ISO 13485:2004 Medical devices – Quality management systems – Requirements for regulatory purposes
UNI CEI EN ISO 14971:2009 Medical devices – Application of risk management to medical devices
UNI EN ISO 11137-1:2006 Sterilization of health care products – Radiation – Part 1: requirements for development, validation and routine control of a sterilization process for medical devices.