The Color-Coded Driver
At the time of surgery, it is the True Premounted Delivery System that transports the implant from the sterile package to the osteotomy in one motion. At the prosthetic phase, it can be used as impression coping either closed tray or open (Open tray with the purchase of the Fixation Screw Long). It can be used as a temporary or permanent abutment by removing the square top. It has internal capture thread. This eliminated the possibility of the fixation screw from accidentally falling out when inverted.
Color Coded Driver
0.050”/1.25mm Hex Tool
The Fixation Screw
It is screw driven by the 0.050”/1.25mm Hex Tool that secures the Color-Coded Driver to the implant. Threads are 1-72-UNF-2B.
The green color code confirms the 3.5 internal hex platform compatible with Zimmer, Screw Vent and others. It is offered in RBM or HA surfaces.
The Cover Screw
At the time of surgery, the screw is pre-mounted to the 0.050”/1.25mm Hex Driver to permit the safe and efficient delivery and threading to complete the surgical phase.
See the instructional video of the Hand Driver to see the ease and simplicity of the American Dental Implant System
See the 3D animation of the bone compression relationship between the Skinny Final Sizing drill and three increasing diameter implants
ADI has been developing and advancing dental implantable device surface characteristics for over 30 years.
Beginning in the 1980s with the recognition the recognition and advancement of surface texture options with either blast media or arc plasma spray deposition of hydroxylapatite, ADI has been on the forefront of innovation.
The resorbable blast media (RBM) surface showing surface characteristics at 10 microns illustrating optimal texture and roughness.
The Hydroxylapatite (HA) Coated surface at 2 µm showing the perfect crystalline phase.
Robert J. Livingston, D.D.S. Oral and Maxillofacial surgeon. Diplomate American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. Diplomate International Congress of Oral Implantologists.
- State-of-the-art CNC Machining
- Compliance with ASTM standards for uniforming and consistency
- Manufacturing precision of 0.0001″ concentrically
- FDA GMP Compliance
- Gamma Sterilization
- Conforms to QS 9000, AS 9000 and ISO 9002
- Cumulative experience of over 25 years of implant manufacturing
- Ongoing research studies to confirm and refine implant perfection
Dr. Mark Pitts.
University of Tennessee College of dentistry in 1988. Harvard University School of Dentistry. Harvard School of Medicine. Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston Massachusetts. Clinical fellow at Harvard School of Dentistry. Dr. Pitts completed a residency program in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the University of Maryland Hospital, John’s Hopkins Hospital, and Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services Systems (shock trauma) in Baltimore. Dr. Pitts is board certified by the American Board of Oral and maxillofacial surgery.
The Blue Magic 3.2 system.
Utilizing the 3.0 restorative chamber. The same geometry as the Zimmer Eztetic implant.
Impression coping, straight abutment, fixation screw, first stage surgical cover screw, 1.25mm hex driving tool, tissue healing abutment, straight cement on abutment.
Mark S Greskovich, DMD
Louisiana State University School of Medicine. The University of Alabama School of Dentistry. The University of the South Sewanee. American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons. International College of Oral Implantology. American Society of Dental Anesthesiology. Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Associates of Northwest Florida.