The In-Kone® UNIVERSAL implant and the In-Kone® PRIMO implant
In-Kone® implant system philosophy
A two-part implant fitted with an internal taper connection and a roughened chamfered subcortical shoulder. This positioning, combined with the ‘tulip-shaped’ profile of the prosthetic components, allows a progressive emergence profile to be developed for future prosthesis.
The implants can be used in one or two surgical phases. Numerous healing screw formats allow the emergence profile to be shaped to match the biotype and diameter of the future tooth.
The hexagon set into the apical part of the internal taper allows the prosthesis components to be repositioned in the mouth once customised by the laboratory. The anti-rotational property of the final components, once in place, is ensured by the ‘Morse’ effect via the interlocking of the male taper inside the female taper of 8° (2×4°).
The In-Kone® UNIVERSAL implant
The external profile of the In-Kone® UNIVERSAL is cylindroconical and is fitted with a double progressive thread which procures primary implant stability through screwing. The SA2 surface condition is obtained by sandblasting followed by etching.
The In-Kone® UNIVERSAL implant is installed using the ULTIMATE surgical kit. The drilling protocol is common to the PRIMO In-Kone® implants twinKon® and the 3.0 Implant.
The In-Kone® PRIMO implant
The external profile of the ’In-Kone® PRIMO is equipped with a regular single thread (0.8 mm, not small) providing control of insertion speed and of the precision of the vertical positioning of the implant. The SA2 surface condition is obtained by sandblasting followed by etching.
The In-Kone® PRIMO implant is installed with the ULTIMATE surgical kit. The drilling protocol is common to the UNIVERSAL In-Kone® implant and the 3.0implant.