Platform Switching

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Posted on By Sam Busich In Armamentarium

The communities impression of the bone remodeling around two different implant platforms years after restoration. See attached radiograph. One is platform switch classic and the other a standard platform concept.


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This is clearly the focus of implant dentistry today. Crestal bone preservation at the head of the implant. Platform switching, slopping shoulder, laser microchannels and microgrooves are the predominant macro and micro geometries currently discussed. I would love to see other radiographs from the XP community like this one that show clear differences with older and newer implant designs.
Dr. Salama


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Wow! Clearly displays the impact of Ankylos Platform Switch. How about Biohorizons laserlok?


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As for sure , the ankylos morse internal connection of abutment ., sealing of bacterial pump, submerged platform ,as well as stable occluding crown and switching plat form ; all contribute to the bone level stability.


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In addition a vital example to that is the bicon macro geometry of the implant since 1985.


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