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News Bulletin : ADA News Bulletin February 2011
For more information, contact BioHorizons Customer Care: 1300 13 12 19 or visit us online at www.biohorizons.com Laser-Lok 3.0 is the first 3mm implant that incorporates Laser-Lok technology to create a biologic seal and maintain crestal bone on the implant collar1. Designed specifically for limited spaces in the aesthetic zone, the Laser-Lok 3.0 comes with a broad array of prosthetic options making it the perfect choice for high profile cases. SPMP10109 REV D SEP 2010 1. Radiographic Analysis of Crestal Bone Levels on Laser-Lok Collar Dental Implants. CA Shapoff, B Lahey, PA Wasserlauf, DM Kim, IJPRD, Vol 30, No 2, 2010. 2. Implant strength & fatigue testing done in accordance with ISO standard 14801. 3. Initial clinical efficacy of 3-mm implants immediately placed into function in conditions of limited spacing. Reddy MS, O'Neal SJ, Haigh S, Aponte-Wesson R, Geurs NC. Int J Oral Maxillofac Implants. 2008 Mar-Apr;23(2):281-288. 4. Human Histologic Evidence of a Connective Tissue Attachment to a Dental Implant. M Nevins, ML Nevins, M Camelo, JL Boyesen, DM Kim. International Journal of Periodontics & Restorative Dentistry. Vol. 28, No. 2, 2008. • Two-piece 3mm design offers restorative flexibility in narrow spaces • Implant design is more than 20% stronger than competitor implant2 • 3mm threadform shown to be effective when immediately loaded3 • Laser-Lok microchannels create a physical connective tissue attachment (unlike Sharpey fibers) 4 Treat small spaces with confidence plant Radiograph shows proper implant spacing in limited site. Laser-Lok 3.0 placed in aesthetic zone. Image courtesy of Michael Reddy, DDS Image courtesy of Cary Shapoff, DDS
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