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Neodent's aggressive thread implant for all bone types. A Morse Taper connection for unrivaled bone maintenance and one platform across 6 different diameters of implants. This truly is "EVERYONE's" implant in the dental industry.
Fits 3 different Implants in 6 different diameters!
one: healing abutment, temp abutment, or final abutment
Surgical Kit can place 3 different types of implants
GM Catalog, Ordering, Part #'s, description
Helix_Neodent Ordering sheet (pdf)Download
Healing Abutments_order sheet (pdf)Download
2021 Neodent Catalog (pdf)Download
GM surgical Manual (pdf)Download
GM full ordering_prcing (pdf)Download
GM Overview Surg Kit (pdf)Download
GM drilling dimensions (pdf)Download
Surgery Tracking Sheet Instruments (pdf)Download
Implant_order form (pdf)Download
Dr Strauss, Oliphant, and team, describe how Neodent and the Helix Implant have impacted their Oral surgery practice not only with patients but how it's also helped with their referring dentists with an ease of use implant system that has long tern esthetics and a wide variety of options for every clinical situation.
Description of Helix implant and thread design as well as GM (Grand Morse Connection) for long term esthetics, one platform, and ease of use with a variety of prosthetics.
This is a Surgical Walkthrough of the Advantages of the GM Helix Neodent implant System. Drilling sequence, tooling in kit, and clinical advantages.
The Helix Implant (4.3 x 11.5) is placed in 3 different osteotomies: holes 2.0, 2.8, and 3.6 in same quality of bone on model. The 4.3 x 11.5mm Helix implant implants reaches 45Ncm quickly at 3 different depths.
Discover the Power of "Helix" implants with the ability to drastically undersize your osteotomy for excellent primary stability.
One intimate screwdriver that locks in to abutment screws with high strength. (similar screwdrivers to Nobel and restores that system also)
If your Implant Driver gets stuck down inside the implant how can you get it to release. (Could happen in any system) The Hex part of the implant driver has torqued the implant very tight in the bone and "cinched" the tool up against the hex inside the hex of the implant. A "bump" in reverse with manual torque wrench puts driver back into a neutral position for easy release.
Grand Morse Connection: Morse Taper & Platform Switching