With its patented innovative knife thread design, the AnyRidge Implant System delivers superior surgical performance, more primary stability, the ability to load immediately and better aesthetic outcomes, even in the most challenging applications.
The unique design which features 3 core diameters with 10 thread diameters, allows you to match the implant to the patient’s bone density, cut through the bone smoothly and condense it simultaneously. AnyRidge delivers progressive bone condensing, ridge expansion, maximized compressive force resistance and minimal shear force production. Each implant features Xpeed nano bone matrix surface treatment for faster and stronger integration.
Most importantly, AnyRidge provides a better implant experience and outcomes for the clinician and the patient, and does so at a surprisingly low cost.
S-L-A surface with Ca2+ incorporated
MegaGen has developed surface treatment based on S-L-A technique with nano layer of Ca2+ incorporated. Ion creates a CaTiO3 nanostructure on the surface, and activates osteoblasts in the live bone. The name of this unique specialized surface treatment is XPEED®
Fast & Strong Osseointegration
Bigger BIC resulting bigger removal torque after osseointegration XPEED® demonstrates bigger BIC and requires bigger removal torque than the RBM or conventional S-L-A surface treatments.
Histological sections of Ti implants with XPEED® S-L-A, RBM and surface shows the XPEED® makes the highest BIC and makes new bone full between threads. Bone contact was measured over the entire surface of Ti implants.
Blue colored surface as the evidence of purity
During the factory process of XPEED® treatment, the S-L-A surface is completely neutralized to remove any acid residue. The blue color of XPEED® surface is the symbol of purity.
XPEED® is different from conventional HA coating technique. Because ca2+ ions are incorporated XPEED will not result peeling or absorption after fixture installation.
More Cortical Bone
Preservation is Guaranteed
AnyRidge fixtures do not depend on the cortical bone for initial stability! Decreased stress on the cortical bone helps to prevent bone resorption following fixture placement.
More cortical bone = More soft tissue volume = Beautiful Gingival Line
Advanced coronal design allows maximum cortical bone preservation around implants. Beyond osseointegration, AnyRidge can assure a beautiful gingival line by preserving and maintaining more cortical bone.
Innovative Thread Design
Beyond osseointegration, AnyRidge can assure a beautiful gingival line by preserving and maintaining more cortical bone. Thanks to its unique knife thread and super self-tapping design, better initial stability can be attained in any compromised bone situation. It offers progressive bone condensing, ridge expansion, maximized compressive force resistance and minimized shear force production.
- Less insertion torque
- Excellent initial stability
- Resistance to compressive force
- Minimal shear force creation
- Higher BIC
Excellent initial stability, even in compromised bone density. AnyRidge® cuts through bone smoothly and condenses it simultaneously.
1. Fixture placement
The superior self-tapping threads have a single core diameter that facilitates minimal site preparation by utilizing a smaller osteotomy to place a wider fixture with special threads.
AnyRidge® with its superior thread design is easier to place than other traditional implants in hard bone. *Caution! : The osteotomy socket drilling size should almost reach the size of fixture to avoid getting struck in the bone during placement!
2. Customized Drilling Sequence
AnyRidge® has no fixed protocol for drilling. Design your own drilling protocol according to patient’s bone quality to attain your preferred initial stability, or you can simply drill an osteotomy socket adequate to the given conditions and then decide the diameter of the fixture according to the bone density.
Example #1: A 5mm diameter fixture can be placed in a 2.8mm osteotomy socket at D4 bone. Excellent initial stability will be attained.
Example #2: With hard bone, you are advised to make an osteotomy almost to the size of the fixture.