BEGO Semados S
A parallel sided implant for all bone qualities. Standard v-shape self tapping
threads provide good stability for the work horse implant of the BEGO range.
The reducing thread depth around the neck is achieved by expanding the core
diameter, whilst maintaining the outer diameter to reduce stress and maintain
marginal bone. This is in addition to the moderately roughened surface and an
implant interface, which more than matches the strength of similar implants.
The interface consists of a deep internal hex, along with an internal 45degree
cone, which provides resistance to horizontal forces and maintains the
integrity of the micro-gap. Both Semados S-Line and RI-Line can both form a
suitable support for screw-retained bars and bridges
The Semados RI-Line is identified by its condensing thread profile and unique
patented shape. This design enables excellent primary stability even in poor
quality bone. Although technically more demanding, it is particularly helpful
in providing high torque insertion and mechanical stability for immediate
implant restoration. The laterally aligned threads adapt accurately to the
pre-formed osteotomy and assist ease of insertion.
The Semados RI-Line has the same reducing thread diameter around the neck of
the implant and moderately roughened surface, as for the Semados S-Line,
providing marginal bone stability. The implant/abutment interface is also the
same as for the Semados S-Line and so the same range of prosthetic components
is suitable for either design.
Ideally designed for the edentulous jaw, narrow ridges with pronounced
resorption and the small anterior gaps, the Semados Mini-Line enables implant
solutions that might have been overlooked for more traditional treatment. The
Semados Mini-Line provides an economical and swift restoration to the
edentulous jaw. The thread design and surface is the same as for the Semados
RI-Line, but the implant/abutment interface is a conical, external design,
which allows for angulation of implants. The non-ablative thread formers allow
a more patient friendly approach to bone expansion for narrow ridges, avoiding
the less acceptable tapping of ostetomes. Manipulation of the bone is possible
via machine or manually, using the torque wrench.