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The TSV Implant System is celebrated for its performance, having been designed to provide:
- Primary Stability7, 15, 18-20
- Secondary Stability2-14, 16, 17
- Crestal Bone Maintenance21-28
- Prosthetic Stability21, 22, 29
- Clinical Success2-14, 27, 28
Documented Clinical Success
Documented Prospective Clinical Survival Rates For 1,553 Tapered Screw-Vent MTX Implants:1-14
- Implant survival rate mean 98.7% (range from 95.1% to 100%)
- Follow-up times range from 3 to 120 months (mean = 36.4 months)
Features & Benefits
- MTX Surface for Ongrowth
The MTX Microtextured Surface has been documented to achieve high levels of bone-to-implant contact or ongrowth.16, 17
- High Osteoconductive Potential
ZimVie’s MP-1® HA coating with up to 97% crystalline HA content is significantly higher than other commercial HA coatings.1, 30
- Platform Plus™ Technology
The proprietary internal hex connection, utilized with ZimVie Dental’s friction-fit abutments, has been documented to shield crestal bone from concentrated occlusal forces.21, 22
Biocompatibility And Strength
Tapered Screw-Vent Implants are made of grade 5 titanium alloy chosen for its biocompatibility32 and strength.33-35
Documented MTX Surface Advantages
High degree of bone-to-implant contact (BIC) and osteoconductive capacity.6, 17
MP-1 HA Coating
Documented MP-1 HA Coating Advantages
Up to 97% crystallinity, reducing soluble phases and creating the potential to increase the coating’s stability in vivo compared to HA coatings with lower crystallinity.1, 30
- Data on file with Zimmer Biomet Dental.
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