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    The Smart Fix Concept (Ultimate Fixed Teeth Implant solution)
    August 23rd, 2012


    The SmartFix™ Concept

     

    Prosthetic solution on angled implants

    The SmartFix™ Concept is an effective and time-saving technique for immediate restoration with screw-retained restorations on a minimum of four implants.

    The Advantage is Yours with SmartFix

    1. Avoiding critical anatomical areas
      With the aid of angled implants, augmentations and critical anatomical regions can be circumvented
    2. Stable prosthetic fit
      The prosthetic support base is extended distally by the angled implant position and hence optimal advantage is taken of the local bone.
    3. Optimal design freedom
      The abutment head provides the optimal design freedom for the superstructure in terms of height and diameter.
    4. Secure handling
      The abutment components are premounted on a seating instrument. Delivery of the angled ANKYLOS Balance Base abutment is facilitated by the short and flexible seating instrument.
    5. Freely positionable  Thanks to the non-indexed ANKYLOS Balance Base abutments, the implant and the abutment are freely positionable.
    6. Subcrestal placement
      Due to the keyed and friction-locked TissueCare tapered connection, ANKYLOS can be placed subcrestally. This comes in useful for the SmartFix concept, since, with angled insertion, the distal implant shoulder is always positioned below the bone level
    7. Pronounced horizontal offset
      The transition between the implant and the abutment is shifted in a central direction. This enables easier access of the angled abutment to the implant. Mechanical and microbial stimuli are kept from the peri-implant tissues. Interference with the distal bone crest is largely avoided by the narrow abutments.

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