With a super wide and short design, Rescue® is the most effective implant system for molar reconstruction.

Unlike other wide diameter fixtures which can contribute to severe bone loss, Rescue’s innovative design, which features platform switching, maintains crestal bone. Restoration of molar sites can be easily achieved, even within those with minimal vertical height and inferior osseos tissue. Rescue is also ideal for the restoration of extraction sockets.

Rescue’s design features 0.8 degree pitched threads that provide maximum contact for effective osseointegration. Rescue easily withstands strong mascitory forces, and the four cutting edges and guided bottom ensure maximum initial stability. The Super RBM Surface Treatment produces a favorable surface typography that has been proven effective through extensive systematic testing. The surface treatment also shortens loading time and provides favorable results in any bone quality.



Rescue’s trip anti-rotation structure will not deform until 420N of torque, which allows for an extremely stable initial fixation. The 11degree internal connection wall effectively allows for extremely high occlusal and lateral forces; while assuring strong initial stability. And, the Rescue surgical kit can be used for both external and internal fixtures, for added convenience and cost savings.

The Rescue Implant System includes various Internal Trip Connection Abutments (UCLA Gold, EZ Post, Milling abutment, Solid Abutment system) that have Ø6.0, Ø8.0, and 10.0mm wide healing abutments and Ø6.0, Ø7.0, and 8.0 profile abutment diameters.


3-Step Surgical Procedure & Instruments


Step 1: Trephine Drilling with Stopper

In order to create the osteotomy, follow drilling sequence according to fixture diameter. For safe trephine drilling, rotate drill in counter clockwise direction until saw part of trephine bur engages crest of bone. Then proceed drilling in clockwise direction.



Step 2: Pilot Drilling

In accordance with drilling sequence, extend the osteotomy using the pilot drill.


Step 3: Bone Tap

In dense bone situations, pre-tapping may be required prior to placement of fixture.


Fixture Placement

Use mount-free handpiece connector to place fixture. If necessary, complete placement by using the ratchet wrench. To easily verify trip direction in fixture, notch indicators are provided at the coronal portion of the implant.

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