$132.50 – $142.50
The Skinny 2.4 Technique is considered the ideal Universal System. It was originally designed for narrow ridge case types, but use quickly expanded to full function. The Skinny has been used for decades in bone management cases.
The drilling sequence is safe and easy. The locator drill and a matching length final drill eliminate guessing on drill sizes for varying bone density.The Final Sizing Drill has a built-in countersink that facilitates compression in soft bone cases.
The 3.5mm internal hex restorative chamber is possibly the most used in modern implantology. It’s use is common in all case types, including: single tooth replacements with cosmetic challenges, bridge abutments, full arch restorations, partial and denture retention, and many other variations. Most implant companies use this standard restorative geometry, so prosthetic components can be easily mixed and matched.
Optimal bone density for the Skinny is moderate to dense. In Type III bone, the 3.7 Greater Tapered Implant (of the same length as the Final Drill) is utilized to compress softer bone. In Type IV bone, the 4.7 Greater Tapered Implant (of the same length as the Final Drill) is utilized to compress the softest bone.
Both of these implants also have the standard internal hex restorative connection in 4.5mm and 5.5mm respectively.
As with all ADI Implants, the Skinny is offered in the True Premounted Delivery System and available in either RBM or HA coating.
All implants include:
Implant Diameter: Minor 2.4mm / Major 3.0mm
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American Dental Implant Corporation
2415 Wilmington Road
New Castle, PA 16105