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Benefits of OsseoFuse

Benefits of OsseoFuse

OsseoFuse is truly the only all-inclusive implant system, both surgically and prosthetically.


Surgically, you have a simple two-step drill system that has individually preset the drills, allowing you to prepare the recipient site with ease. Its tapered implant shape is safe for the maxillary anterior region and posterior mandible region. Its tight thread patterns provide for greater stability for immediate temporization.
Its polished coronal collar and platform switching features address favorable periodontal for the longevity of the implant.


Prosthetically, OsseoFuse provides restorative doctors with three different options: internal hex connection, internal conical connection or One Body


The One Body implant has fewer long-term complications and maintenance requirements. The implant comes with a plastic impression cap that allows ease of restoration therapy.

Both the HexaPLUS connection and ConicalPLUS connection provide excellent implant connectivity for implant restorative needs. The connection used is purely the preference of the restorative doctor. The primary advantage of the HexaPLUS connection is that one connection fits all; from 3.75 to 7.5mm in diameter. The platform switching feature significantly reduces the possibility of saucerization and long term bone loss affected by either micromovement of the abutment or possible overflow of adhesives.


The ConicalPLUS has two connection sizes. This is to avoid any possible implant fixture fracturing from having the thin wall between the internal connections and the wall of a narrow diameter implant. The same feature of platform switching applies to the ConicalPLUS system and provides for the same periodontal advantages.


The OsseoFuse Mini Implant system satisfies three different areas of clinical needs. 3 mm diameter implants are ideal for lower anterior incisors, congenitally missing lateral incisors, and severely resorbed edentulous ridges. For the severely resorbed edentulous ridges, OsseoFuse offers two different types of overdenture attachments, which include the traditional O-ring type and a new attachment called the “Snap” which makes overdenture implant dentistry simple.


OsseoFuse has the exclusive permission to incorporate the Hydraulic Sinus Condensing Technique (HSC) and related technology, developed in 1995 by the world renown inventor and implantologist, Dr. Leon Chen. The original
inventor of HSC, Dr. Chen has revolutionized the crestal approach to sinus augmentation with the invention of the Hydraulic Sinus Condensing technique.

Implant Body Design


The OsseoFuse implant fixture is made of a strong titanium alloy, Gr.23, which will not have any fixture fracturing with normal clinical use.

OsseoFuse implants also feature RBM, or Resorbable Blast Media surface. This surface uses bio-compatible calcium phosphate ceramic media to roughen the titanium surface, which increases surface area approximately 250% compared to a smooth machined surface. Years of research on RBM have shown that it vastly increases implant acceptance rates, keeping you and your patients happy.

Its conventional, mild tapered design can be used for both anterior and posterior regions.

It is a self-tapping implant, with side cuts to ease placement, even in D1 bone.

Mirco-threads on the coronal one third of the fixture ensure the stability of the implant, even in the areas with the thinnest bone, i.e. areas that had sinus augmentation with immediately placed implants.

One connection abutment for all diameters of implant sizes to ease restorations and minimize restorative inventory.

The mount of the implant can be used both as a temporary abutment and a transfer coping.

Available in hex internal connection, conical connection, and one piece implants.

Abutments are short or long. Wide or thin for narrow areas; it comes in hexa or conical connection.


One Step Mount

boof9Can be used as a temporary abutment.

Gold in color for esthetically sensitive areas.

Transfer coping for fixture level impressions at the time of surgical placement.