BT-SAFE implants are suitable for the treatment of oral endosseous implantation in the maxilla or mandible and for the functional and aesthetic rehabilitation of edentulous or partially edentulous patients.
BT-SAFE dental implants are made of commercially pure, cold-worked titanium Grade 4 and feature the DAE (dual acid-etched) surface. BT-SAFE is a bone-level implant that replicates the root of the natural tooth and is self-tapping.
The BT-SAFE implant is particularly suitable for early or immediate positioning after extraction or loss of natural teeth and / or for immediate loading applications in edentulous maxillae, as it offers excellent primary stability.
BT-SAFE offers a back-tapered, micro-threaded smooth neck portion of 0.7 mm. The implant has a double-lead square thread with a pitch of 2.4 mm. Threads are characterized by a triangular shape near the apical zone while the threads take on a square shape in the cortical area. BT-SAFE implant line offers one abutment connection based on the well-proven 11° morse-taper hexagon (MTH) having regular (KR) or wide (KW) corresponding prosthetic components, respectively for diameters Ø 3.3, 3.7, 4.1, 4.8 mm and for diameters Ø 4.8, 6.0 mm.
The implant line is rounded off with the highly compact BT-NANO implant (KW) for severely atrophic jaws. BT-NANO implant is available with diameters Ø 4.2, 4.8, 6 mm and lengths 5 mm e 6 mm, and offers a MORSE-TAPER hexagon connection (KW).
BT-SAFE and BT-NANO lines allow both ways of healing: sub-mucosal or trans-mucosal healing approach. BTK offers a focused portfolio of restorative solutions backed-up by comprehensive clinical experience. Biotec offers a variety of medical devices to satisfy the clinical preferences and needs of patients.
BTK has a solution for every case and can also provide customized products, designed and manufactured specifically for each patient. BT-SAFE and BT-NANO lines share the surgical kit with BT-ISYKONE implants. For the accurate planning of the clinical case, BTK offers to the clinical a guided surgical protocol, with a complete digital workflow and the realization of the correspondent surgical guide.
CORONAL BACK TAPER & NECK DESIGN
The back-tapered profile of the coronal portion ensures excellent management of the cortical bone, thus helping to improve soft tissue support and to preserve cortical bone. In the cortical area, where there are no threads, it is located the nominal maximum diameter of the implant. The purpose is to create a sealing effect without stress for the cortical bone. The micro-threads in the coronal portion contribute to improving BIC (Bone to Implant Contact), increasing the contact surface between implant and bone, significantly reducing bone resorption.
Platform shifting is the concept of providing a narrower diameter prosthetic component on a wider diameter implant platform, creating an exposed ridge on the implant platform for the soft tissue.
This design, as demonstrated also in the literature, allows an excellent respect of the biological width, the preservation of the soft tissues such as the preservation of the marginal level of bone. Consequently, optimal aesthetic results are expected.
IMPLANT: ABUTMENT CONNECTION
The BT-SAFE implant line has a MORSE-TAPER hexagon (MTH) connection between implant and abutment. This connection is characterized by an 11° conical portion above a hexagonal configuration. A connection with a conical interface is able to withstand greater axial and transverse loads in comparison to a flat interface design. Furthermore, the design guides the abutment into a predictable position, with a precise fit with the inner part of the implant.