PrimaConnexĀ® Implant
TILOBEĀ® CONNECTION
A versatile TiLobeĀ® six-lobed, color-coded internal connection provides a stable implant and abutment connection.1,2
PLATFORM SWTICH
The platform switch helps to maintain crestal bone and increase soft tissue volume around the implant platform.3,4,5
COLLAR OPTION
1 mm machined collar or total coverage.
BODY OPTIONS
Parallel walled implant body for increased surface area or tapered implant body to avoid anatomical structures.
K-LEANā„¢
Sandblasted acid-etched surface, with an extensive multi-stage cleaning process, utilizes ultra-pure water (UPW) which removes undesired residues, providing a clean surface and maintaining an intact oxide layer.6,7,8
PASSIVE APEX
Passive apex enables safe implant insertion without damage to the surrounding area.
Prima Connex
TILOBEĀ® CONNECTION
A versatile TiLobeĀ® six-lobed, color-coded internal connection provides a stable implant and abutment connection.1,2
PLATFORM SWITCH
The platform switch helps to maintain crestal bone and increase soft tissue volume around the implant platform.3,4,5
COLLAR OPTION
1 mm machined collar or total coverage.
BODY OPTIONS
Parallel walled implant body for increased surface area or tapered implant body to avoid anatomical structures.
KLEANā„¢
Sandblasted acid-etched surface, with an extensive multi-stage cleaning process, utilizes ultra-pure water (UPW) which removes undesired residues, providing a clean surface and maintaining an intact oxide layer.6,7,8
PASSIVE APEX
Passive apex enables safe implant insertion without damage to the surrounding area.
AGGRESSIVE THREAD
One of the longest documented designs in scientific literature with more than 45 years of evidence.
OVER 15 YEARS
Prima has been the cornerstone of Keystone Dental Group with proven simplicity and versatility for over 15 years. PrimaConnexĀ® implants are designed to simplify the treatment process from surgery to restoration using only one surgical kit, one universal driver and one abutment screw. Prima Plusā„¢ builds on the foundation of PrimaConnexĀ® with an aggressive thread for immediate placement and function specifically designed for demanding clinical procedures, including full-arch rehabilitation.Ā 
ULTRA-PURE SURFACE
The proprietary K-LEANā„¢ surface is created by two sequential stages: sandblasting, aimed at creating a porous surface topography, followed by acid etching, intended to generate micro-roughened surface structure. The surface treatment is completed by removing contaminants using ultra-pure water (UPW), a unique process acquired from the semiconductor industry.6,7,8
EDI JOURNAL
SEM SURFACE ANALYSES OF 120 STERILE-PACKED IMPLANTS
ā€œPaltop has decided to consistently clean their products with ultra-pure water (UPW), which is rather expensive to produce, compared to regular demineralized water, and is otherwise mostly employed by the semiconductor industry. XPS analyses of the implant surface thus cleaned show no traces of sulphur, silicon, zinc or chlorine, inorganic impurities frequently found in the XPS analyses of the sandblasted and acid-etched surfaces of implants by other manufacturers. The corresponding EDX analysis shows only the typical elements for grade five titanium...ā€7
TILOBEĀ®
CONNECTION
Over a Decade of Restorative Predictability.
PRIMA PLUSā„¢ SOLUTIONS
FULLY GUIDED KIT
Innovative Handpiece-Based Guidance.
EXPLORE
PROSTHETICS
A complete line of prosthetic components, provides unlimited analog and digital flexibility.
DISCOVER
INSTRUMENTS
Discover a wide range of surgical kits and instruments.
Master Classes from the Best in the World
Our online learning & education platform with unlimited free classes.
THE LEARNING EXPERIENCE
KDG ISLAND
ASK US ANYTHING
SUPPORT
References
1. Prof. Dr. H.-Ch. Lauer. Micro-movements of Implant-abutment interface Test-Report Department of Prosthetic Dentistry. Dipl.-Ing. H. Zipprich, J. W. Goethe-University Frankfurtam Main.
2. Abutment/implant Interface Stress Analysis Using An Angled Abutment Finite ElementAnalysis of the PrimaConnex Coronal Taper; Internal docuĀ­ment.
3. AI-Nsour MM, Hsun-Liang C, Wang HL.Effect of the Platform-Switching Technique on Preservation of Peri-implant Marginal Bone: A Systematic Review. The International Journal of Oral & Maxillofacial Implants Volume 27, Number 1, 2012.
4. Cappiello M, Luongo R, Di Iorio D, Bugea C, Cocchetto R, Celletti R. Evaluation of peri-implant bone loss around platform-switched implants. Int J Periodontics Restorative Dent. 2008 Aug;28(4):347-55.
5. Prosper L, Redaelli S, Pasi M, Zarone F, Radaelli G, Gherlone EF. A randomized prospective multicenter trial evaluating the platform-switching technique for the prevention of post-restorative crestal bone loss. Int J Oral Maxillofac Implants. 2009 Mar-Apr;24(2):299-308.
6. AL-Thobity AM, Kutkut A, Almas K. Microthreaded Implants and Crestal Bone Loss: A Systematic Review. J Oral Implantol. Apr, 2019; 43(2).
7. Klein M, Tarnow D, Lehrfield L. Marginal Bone Changes on Ultraclean, Micro-Threaded Platform-Switched Implants Following Restoration: 1- to 4-Year Data. Compendium of Continuin Education in Dentistry. Article Vol. 41 No. 4. 2020.
8. Singh Dhaliwal J, Rani Nakka David S, Ramizah Zulhilmi N, Kaur Sodhi Dhaliwal S, Knights J, Ferreira de Albuquerque Junior R. Contamination of titanium dental implants: a narrative review. SN Applied Sciences volume 2, Article number: 1011. 2020.
BACK TO TOP