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STEINSOHN provides quick and easy access to product literature online as an alternative to printed documents. Below you will find physician Instructions for Use (IFU) for selected products. STEINSOHN recommends that product IFUs be downloaded, printed, reviewed, and readily available for operator reference during procedures when using our devices.


 

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TAKE IT EASY

MI1.5  IMPLANTS 3.8 MM Ø (HARD BONE)
The position is marked with the 2.5-mm bur. This is followed by the pilot bur with a diameter of 2.5 mm. The final form bur has a diameter of 3.5 mm.
The last bur used is the CS, which is used to prepare the coronal portion.

The implant is inserted without exceeding a torque of 35 Ncm.

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MI1.5 IMPLANTS WITH 4.6 MM Ø (SOFT BONE) Analogous to the drilling protocol for the 3.8 mm implant,
except that the depth of the 4.3 mm form bur is reduced by 3 mm, not the 3.5 mm one.

MI1.5 IMPLANTS 3.8 MM Ø (SOFT BONE) If more stability
needs to be generated in soft type III or IV bone,
the depth of the final bur used is shortened by 3 mm.

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MI1.5 IMPLANTS WITH 4.6 MM Ø Analogous to the drilling protocol for the 3.8 mm implant.
Here, the final form bur has a diameter of 4.3 mm.

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The micro thread ends coronally at the level of the length stated on the packaging (11 or 14 mm). The prosthetic plateau is located 3 mm above this. The implantologist can be guided by the nominal length (= bone level) or the level 3 mm above that ( point of the papilla). The implants are available in diameters of 3.3, 3.8, and 4.6 mm.

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The MI1.5  can be ground to an angle of 20 degrees.

FREEDOM IN PROSTHETIC

By planning the optimal abutment position you are able to make an optimal crown profile 

Bones and gums integrate better with zirconium oxide ceramics.

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Central placement

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Buccal placement

Lingual placement

With MERIDIAN 1.5 zirconia implants, you will achieve perfect esthetics even in the maxillary anterior region. Because the gingiva attaches to zirconia, placing the implant in a slightly oral position will support vertical gingival growth—especially in the esthetic zone.

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