When it comes to dental implants, there are a wide variety of options to choose from. The choices can be overwhelming, but here are some options that can help you make a decision.
Today we will be looking at one particular brand: Hiossen implants. Why? Hiossen implants are developed by Hiossen Implants one of the top five dental implant companies in the world. The company specializes in dental implants, dental equipment, digital dentistry and clinical education.
Their unique mission sets them apart from other dental implant companies, by focusing on solutions that shorten treatment periods with innovative new treatment therapies and to enhance clinical accuracy and convenience all while maximizing aesthetic outcomes.
They offer a variety of dental implants, each with their own benefits. We’ll take a look at those products next. Each of their dental implant products use biocompatible titanium, and abutments made from ceramic and titanium materials.
ET Dental Implant System
The Hiossen Implant ET system features a sandblasted and acid-etched surface for optimal morphology. It provides a 20 perfect faster response in cells and bone healing! Getting a complete tooth replacement is simple with the ET system. Its unique design allows it to eliminate unnecessary steps. This makes surgery shorter, easier, and recovery quicker. Its simplicity also means that the skill needed to learn it is easier to master.
There are a variety of ET implants to choose from, depending on your needs. The ETII features a straight body and adjustable insertion depth. This is great for where the jaw may be thin or weak. The ETIII 3.2 is a pre-mounted implant, as well as a coming with a 3.5 connection abutment. The ETIII NH is a single tooth dental implant which features a bioresorbable apatite coating, which research has shown to improve bone-to-implant contact by a whopping 39%. This is especially helpful for people who need a bone graft before getting an implant.
The ET system gives unique advantages: a sandblasted and acid-etched surface which improves available surface area by 45 percent, and allows bones to heal up to 20% faster and decrease loading times.
MS Dental Implant System
The MS system of dental implants answers the need for an implant that can get into narrow spaces and small bone widths, ans well as immediate mounting of temporary prostheses. There are three different implant types: narrow ridge, provisional, and denture.
They are designed to be a single body mini dental implant system designed to both help patients with creating a better smile and allow doctors an efficient system to work with. This option allows dentists to install dental implant dentures at a cost-effective option.
The MS system has been specifically designed for narrow ridge applications with both the body and the threads designed for simple insertion and maximum stability. This amazing and unique ability allows its position to be corrected during insertion which in turn promotes a high rate of success even in the narrowest spaces.
Like the ET series, the MS dental implants are sandblasted and acid-treated to allow for more surface area for the bone to connect to, increasing bone healing time by 20 percent.
SS Dental Implant System
This system of dental implant is used in a variety of dental implant applications, and are greatly favored for their surface qualities and surface treatments. The SSII and the SSIII are non-submerged type implants used for one-stage surgery procedures. Both of them prominently feature self-threading designs and the unique Hiossen design of a sandblasted and acid-etched surface which increases the surface morphology by 45%, allowing for greater bone growth an an decrease in healing and recovery time.
The difference between the variants lays in the design, with the SSII featuring a straight body that allows for adjustment of implantation depth. The SSIII features a tapered body for high initial stability, especially in soft bone. Both have a dental implant thread pitch that promotes self-threading for easier installation. The SS System serves as a dental implant without a bone graft necessary, using existing bone regardless of how soft.
Each of these options offer amazing benefits. To determine which is best for you, consult with your dentist and oral surgeon.