The Arcsys Implant System brings the unique technology of prosthetic component angulation up to 20 ° in your clinic or laboratory. Innovation that allows the best surgical and prosthetic planning. Check out how simple it is:
It allows angled up to 20 °, obtaining better aesthetic and functional result.
3X MORE RESISTANT:
Manufactured in special high strength implantable alloys according to ASTM F138 and ISO 5832-1 standards.
Frictional Morse Cone Interface.
Interchangeable components between different implant diameters.
Available with different heights to suit mucosal thickness variations.
Bolted, cemented, single or multiple prostheses.
It performs the drill bit throws and stabilizes the drilling.
Cooling flow for less heat generation.
Tool self-control throughout the surgical preparation.
Irrigation to the full extent of the drill and bone tissue collecting capacity.
TiN (Titanium Nitride) coating, offering higher surface hardness, less friction and longer life.
Greater safety in drilling. Easy handling, interchangeable and quick and precise fitting.
Unique prosthetic interface in all implant dimensions.
Titanium Alloy (Ti6Al4V): Better mechanical performance and total biocompatibility.
They promote bone compaction, resulting in greater primary stability.
Easier screwing to bone substrate.
Greater security near noble structures such as nerves or sinuses.
Plataforma Switching: garante estabilidade peri-implantar.
Safety and speed of installation, favoring primary stability.
Great quality of the surrounding bone tissue.
The Frictional Morse Cone is a connection system commonly used by mechanical engineering when it is necessary to join two bodies stably without the need for a screw.
It works by means of the mechanical principle that juxtaposes a cone within another small angle conical cavity. Thus, the metal interface undergoes a micromechanical entrainment called “cold welding”.
In pure Morse Cone type systems, the pressure exerted to lock the implant into the intermediate generates sufficient frictional resistance for a secure connection. Failure to use the screw eliminates the potential loosening problem and favors long-term system performance, unlike HE and HI platform implants.
Another very important issue for the longevity of the frictional system is the resistance to infiltration and bacterial colonization at the abutment / implant interface. Microbial accumulation around dental implants can lead to a condition of peri-implantitis which, if not properly treated, may compromise implant stability, culminating in implant loss. Considering this information, according to several published studies1,4,5, the sealing promoted by the Morse Cone fitting proves to be hermetic regarding bacterial infiltration.
For the manufacture of implants and components, high-performance, Swiss-quality CNC lathes are used.
Every Arcsys Morse Cone part is 100% inspected to ensure the effectiveness of your joint.
All components of the Arcsys System undergo high-tech three-dimensional measuring equipment.
Trained and qualified team in production processes and quality control of the entire Arcsys line.
PEEK: A high performance, biocompatible polymer with unique properties that make it the ideal choice for today’s most complex applications. Considered one of the highest performing engineering thermoplastics in the world, with over 35 years of proven performance in demanding environments.
Tissue healing peri-implant
Prosthesis support provisional implant.
Prosthesis support provisional.
Component protector prosthetics.
ARCSYS IMPLANT SUCCESS RATE OF 98.2% AND 0% SINGLE RATE
In a recent survey by UFSC, Arcsys Implants had a success rate close to 100% in multiple or single prostheses.
Source: 1 Dental Implant Teaching and Research Center. Federal University of Santa Catarina. Prof. Dr. Ricardo Magini and team. 2018.