INTRAORAL WELDER FOR IMMEDIATE LOADING ON IMPLANTS
The intraoral welder features:
- The GenWeld intraoral welder achieves rigid attachment and immobilisation of the dental implants during surgery time.
- Proper splinting of dental implants has been shown to have a very significant impact on peri-implant tissue response when performing immediate loading procedures.
- The rigid union of implants is obtained thanks to the intraoral welder reduces the stresses suffered by each implant and similarly minimises micro-movements, allowing much more predictable immediate loading procedures.
- For this reason, endoral welding is the most simple procedure for the restoration of edentulous cases on the same day of surgery: immediate loading.
- The intra-oral welding process is based on the fusion or non-crystallisation technique, which describes the union of two metal surfaces when sharing their atoms. This is known as the welding point.
Use of intraoral welder:
- The "non-crystalisation technique" is a phenomenon by which, through a very high voltage current, for a very short time (milliseconds), the interconnection of two titanium prisms is allowed producing the resulting weld.
- GenWeld is a second generation intraoral welder machine that can achieve this fusion of the bar and the titanium of the implant / pillar with the use of argon.
- It has preset programs for different bar diameters and therefore, provides the exact amount of energy required for reliable intraoral welding without causing undesirable effects on the adjacent soft tissue.
- This intraoral welder can be used to join multiple implants together with a titanium bar, so they can be used for immediate loading.
- Joining dental implants by this method reduces any possibility of micromovement so that osseointegration is not hampered.
Use of the intraoral welder in the realization of an immediate loading procedure in atrophic jaw
Intraoral welder in immediate jaw loading
Intraoral welder in immediate superior jaw loading