ALMITECH. Implant system. Mike Shulman, DDS Alex Breytman. Almitech Inc. Bellmore, New York www.almitechimplants.com. AlMiTech. There are a lot of great implant systems One just better designed and costs a whole lot less. Proven Quality design No compromise solution.
Mike Shulman, DDS
Bellmore, New York
There are a lot of great implant systems
One just better designed and costs a whole lot less.
Proven Quality design
No compromise solution
New implant design utilizes all the advantages of the full size internal 8° Morse taper that has proven years of dependable service and adds new features for improvement.
Implant Placement:1.Open the original package and release, avoiding actual hand contact with, the sterile inside tyvek pouches onto the sterile field.
Almitech eliminated additional complicated, expensive inserting devises and manipulations.Easier proceduresImplant Placement:
Insert the insertion driver through the opening at the top of the pouch into the implant while holding the implant firmly from outside of the pouch.
Insert the insertion driver through the opening at the top of the pouch into the implant while holding the implant firmly from outside of the pouch. Carry the implant to the surgical site and thread the implant in a clockwise direction until fully seated. Remove the insertion driver
Prepare the Implant for Healing Locate the surgical cover screw (healing cap) freely floating inside the sterile pouch. Using sterile gloves separate the sides of the pouch at its top and pull the sides of the pouch in the opposite directions until the pouch is open. Using the 1.25mm Hex Tool, carry the screw (healing cap) to the surgical site and thread it into the implant.
CONVENTIONAL HEALING TIME:Traditionally, implants are expected to heal in three (mandible) to six (maxilla) months before prosthetic loading, depending upon placement site and quality of a bone. Abutment Placement:After adequate osseo-integration a clinician needs to:Uncover the implants, if necessary; and remove the cover screw;Irrigate, free from debris and dry the internal part of the implant;Place an appropriate abutment, using an insertion driver (1.25mmD Hex Tool) and a torque wrench applying 30 Ncm of torque. Note that solid abutments do not have to, but can be modified;
So, Whether You are new to implant dentistry or advanced dental practitioner
You are going to enjoy working with AlMiTech products