▶ What material are the implants made of?
Grade 23 Titanium Alloy (Ti-6Al-4V-ELI)
This is a biocompatible alloy, which similar to the Grade 5 alloy, it is used in manufacturing dental implants (with higher mechanical strength), and has high mechanical strength and is ultralight.
▶ How should I order an implant?
You just need to send the patient’s CT scan file alongside the prescription form filled-out by the surgeon. After the initial prognosis, the order is confirmed and the design process is started.
▶ What are the protocols for performing the CT scan?
All of the requirements for the CT scan are included in the CT scan Protocols Sheet.
The patient should submit the protocol’s print to the technician when visiting the imaging center.
▶ What’s the procedure of designing the implant?
The design process is performed under the surgeon’s direct supervision and through exchanging images and voice/video conversations.
Filling out the prescription form and determining the treatment plan would speed-up this process.
▶ How long does it take to design the implant?
Designing an implant usually takes between 3 to 6 weeks, depending on its type and complexity.
Manufacturing each implant takes about two weeks.
Generally, It takes between 1 to 2 months from confirming the order to delivery of the implant.
▶ How are the implants sterilized?
The implants are delivered unsterile to the surgeon, so that they can be rechecked on the anatomical model before the surgery. Sterilization will be performed using Autoclave, and the protocols sheet will be sent alongside the implant.