Optimum Implants

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This series of implants, which are conical internal hex implants, have self-sealing properties and provide extremely high initial stability for all types of bone tissue, especially in situations involving poor-quality bone. The root form implant design, which includes a coarse aggressive thread and a small six-lead thread, makes for easy installation in demanding clinical situations by providing:

  • easy, perfectly controlled insertion;
  • high initial stabilization, particularly in soft bone, with the bone gradually solidifying in all directions along the entire length of the implant;
  • corrections during the surgical stage to achieve parallelism;
  • excellent stabilization in the socket of the extracted tooth;
  • immediate installation in the aesthetic zone.

Through a combination of unique features, Optimum Series implants offer a solution for the most demanding situations.

The bone contact surface area for the 4.0x13 mm size is 185.40 mm².


Cat. no Length, mm Ø, mm
1.01 8 3,6
1.02 10
1.03 11,5
1.04 13
1.05 15


Cat. no Length, mm Ø, mm
1.06 8 4,0
1.07 10
1.08 11,5
1.09 13
1.10 15


Cat. no Length, mm Ø, mm
1.11 8 4,6
1.12 10
1.13 11,5
1.14 13
1.15 15


Cat. no Length, mm Ø, mm
1.16 8 5,0
1.17 10
1.18 11,5
1.19 13



Optimum Series implants should be installed with a clear understanding of the patient's bone quality. For example, for a Ø4.0 mm implant with normal bone quality, the last drill bit should be Ø3.5 mm, as in the standard protocol. It is also possible for the last drill bit to be Ø3.35 mm or Ø3.0 mm, depending on bone quality.

If the bone is of poor quality, then the last drill bit can be Ø2.75 mm, especially on the upper jaw. In our experience, the dentist must decide which drill bit should be the last.