Inclusive Tapered implants are shipped sterile. They are for single use only, prior to the expiration date. Do not use implants if the packaging has been compromised or previously opened. Steam sterilize the surgical tray using standard sterilization protocol.
Inclusive Tapered Implants are manufactured in accordance with the strictest quality standards throughout their production process, from materials and design to final product and packaging. We ensure tight tolerances, precision machining, state-of-the-art processing and cleaning, and extensive validation testing—from fatigue strength assessment to packaging integrity analysis.
The implant site should be inspected for adequate bone by radiographs, palpations, and visual examination. Determine the location of nerves and other vital structures and their proximity to the implant site before any drilling. Prior to surgery, ensure that the needed components, instruments and help materials are complete, functional and available in the correct amounts. Treatment of children is not recommended until growth is finished and epiphyseal closure has occurred.
Inclusive Tapered Implants should always be used in sufficient quantity to prevent excessive stress on the implants – at least one pair in all cases.
Insertion Protocol and Immediate Loading–
The insertion protocol for Inclusive Tapered Implants is considered minimally invasive, and should be strictly adhered to. Using the correct insertion protocol will allow Inclusive Tapered Implants to be immediately loaded after placement, provided primary stability and appropriate occlusal loading are assured.
Surgical Procedure Precautions–
Minimizing tissue damage is crucial to successful implant osseointegration. Care should be taken to eliminate sources of infection, contaminants, surgical and thermal trauma. All drilling procedures should be performed at 1200 RPM or less under continual, copious irrigation. All surgical instruments used must be in good condition, and should be used carefully to avoid damage to implants or other components. Implants should be placed with sufficient stability (35 Ncm recommended); however, insertion torque greater than 45 Ncm may result in implant fracture, or fracture or necrosis of the implant site. Since implant components and their instruments are very small, precautions should be taken to ensure that they are not swallowed or aspirated by the patient.
Prosthetic Procedure Precautions–
All components that are used intra-orally should be secured to prevent aspiration or swallowing. Distribution of stress is an important consideration. Care should be taken to avoid excessive loads significantly transverse to the implant axes.
Indicated for missing teeth to provide a natural looking emergence profile that ensures ideal soft tissue contours and abutment heights in the anterior or posterior region. Titanium abutments are commonly used in all regions of the mouth due to their strength. Zirconia abutments are used for the best possible esthetics; they are commonly used in the anterior and combined with all-ceramic or zirconia restorations.
Use manufacturer's tooling to remove healing cap. For multiple units, start in the posterior and work toward anterior. Then, use manufacturer's tooling to place transfer coping. Ensure components are fully engaged before tightening screw. Take an X-ray to verify proper seating of components. Next, ensure transfer coping does not hit tray. Use heavy body polyvinylsiloxane impression material. Record impression. Finally, when impression tray is removed, the transfer coping stays in the mouth. Remove transfer coping and replace healing cap. For multiple units, start in anterior and work toward posterior. Check fit of impression coping into impression. Send to lab.
Seat abutment. Torque screw into place per manufacturer's recommendations. Next, use composite to fill over the implant screw. Cement restoration over implant with a resin-reinforced ionomer (i.e., RelyX, 3M ESPE).
8 Days In Lab
2 Days In Lab when file submitted digitally using 3Shape AbutmentDesigner file
Rush Cases : All rush cases must be prescheduled by calling 800-944-7874 before the case is shipped. Time of pickup and delivery may affect turnaround time.