Classic Implant

The success of the Classical Implants SV line relies on both bulk and surface properties, with surface modifications being critical for enhancing osseointegration. These modifications, classified as physicochemical and biochemical, aim to increase bone-implant contact and improve tissue interaction without altering bulk properties. Techniques like hydrochloric and sulfuric acid etching create a moderately rough surface, which promotes rapid osseointegration and is ideal for early implant loading. Proving high success rate of 97-100% at five years with early loading at six weeks, underscoring the effectiveness of these treatments in creating an optimal environment for bone cell attachment and growth.The SLA surface modification in the Classical Implants SV line involves sandblasting with large grit particles and subsequent acid etching, resulting in a moderately rough texture that enhances mechanical interlocking and osseointegration. 

The Screw-Vent® compatible internal hexagon system ensures a precise fit, preserving bone levels and reducing micro-movement. Argon plasma treatment further promotes cell adhesion and protein adsorption, essential for implant integration and stability. Cutting and self-tapping features facilitate smoother insertion and better primary stability, while the active apex and aggressive thread design are particularly beneficial for post-extraction sites, enhancing stability and osseointegration. The use of Grade 4 Titanium ensures biocompatibility, increased strength, corrosion resistance, and lightweight nature, meeting ASTM F67 standards. The standardized 3.75 mm platform diameter across various implant diameters simplifies the surgical process and ensures compatibility, contributing to the overall success and reliability of the Classical Implants SV line.