Threaded dental implant with angled prosthetic platform correction
Threaded dental implant with angled prosthetic platform correction
The Co-Axis® Implant Solution
This innovative design from Southern Implants allows oral surgeons and other dental professionals to utilise existing bone while maintaining restorative platform at an angle that ensures an optimal aesthetic result.
Angled prosthetic platform correction
Decreases Prosthetic Stack
Due to angle correction within the implant, decreases need for angled abutments
12°, 24°, 36° platform corrections allow optimal use of available bone
Allows for simplified restorations in multi-implant cases
High Strength Titanium
Enables exceptional fatigue strength enabling Co-Axis®functionality
Decreased Retaining Screw Fracture
Co-Axis® feature decreases stresses on retaining screw resulting in less prosthetic failures
Increase Patient Acceptance
Co-Axis® versatility leads to higher patient acceptance and less bone graft procedures
Reduced Need for Bone Grafting
- Available with connection interfaces External Hex, Tri-Nex, Internal Octagon, Deep Conical and M-Series (Internal Hex)
- 12°, 24° or 36° platform correction angle, dependent on range and diameter
- Tapered body
- Diameters ranging from 3.25-6.00mm
- Lengths ranging from 8.5-18mm
- Surface roughened by Alumina blasting and chemically conditioned, giving a moderately rough surface with 15 years evidence of clinical success
- Available fully surface roughened or with MSc (Machined Surface Coronal) hybrid surface (External Hex & Provata Internal Hex)
- Ideal for immediate placement after extraction
- Reduced need for bone grafting
- Increased patient acceptance
- Increased parallelism in multi-implant cases
- Ability to use standard surgical protocol and instrumentation
- Optimised orientation allows for simplified restoration
- Predictable aesthetics, especially in the anterior
- Allows for screw-retained restorations
- Reduces laboratory and component costs
- Allows for the use of standard prosthetic components
What the MAX fixture did for me was that it allowed me to increase chances of being able to provide immediate molar replacement treatment for patients that needed immediate molar replacement. In the past we had to graft and come back and this increased appointments and reduced patient acceptance. MAX was also appealing to my referral base because they know that I can provide immediate molar replacement as an option as opposed to the traditional graft and wait approach.
Dr Safa Tahmasebi
The MAX implant is specially engineered for restoring molar sites with an appropriately high loadbearing implant. Its unique design results in an implant which achieves favourable primary stability in extraction sockets and healed ridges alike.
Michelle Dos Santos
MAX implants: a vital tool in any implant practice. They make immediate molar implant placement possible in even the most unlikely of clinical scenarios. Use of MAX implants reduce the need for sinus augmentations, thereby reducing cost, complexity and treatment duration for patients. They provide a wide platform for ideal emergence profile, huge strength, and allow impressive primary stability. A win-win for surgeon and patient. I would not be without them.
Dr Mark Worthing
Co-Axis® has changed everything. After placing thousands of uniaxial implants, transitioning to Co-Axis® has allowed me a means of screw retention implantology and reduced pressure on supra-crestal tissues. Co-Axis® has become the standard method of treatment. I could not imagine giving this up after 5 years of success!
Dr Barry Levin
Co-Axis® is one of the most ingenious concepts in dental implantology. It is a gift to any implant restorative dentist.
Since using Co-Axis® we have not done a cement retained restoration for the last 15 years and I would never want to be without it for as long as I practice.
Dr André Hattingh
Co-Axis is the smartest concept in accelerated implant treatment – could never work without it!
Dr Costa Nicolopoulos
Immediate Implant Placement (IIP) is one of the critical treatment options I offer my patients.
Being able to provide screw retained crowns in every situation is an essential part of the treatment. The position of the tooth in the arch determines the ideal position of the implant.
In many cases a screw retained option is not possible without the use of a Co-Axis® implant. It has become a critical part of my implant dentistry.
Dr Howard Gluckman
For the last 7 years I have been using Co-Axis® for various indications. I can honestly say, I don’t know how I managed 20 years in the implant dentistry without it. Managing anterior aesthetics and full arch rehabilitations without Co-Axis® will always be a compromised case. The gain in soft tissue in the anterior zone using Co-Axis® helps with maintaining a good outcome long term. If you have not tried Co-Axis® implants I recommend you do!
Prof Dr PO Östman
Co-Axis® is about getting the engineering right. Tilting implants without in-implant axis correction, is simply bad engineering, that manifests with greater rates of complications.
Co-Axis® has been not so much a game changer but rather a whole new game. A better, more fun and more predictable game.
The way I can place down the centre of the ridge, utilizing the very best bone, but at the same time, create an ideal screw access, and an implant emergence to die for! I would never go back to not having Co-Axis® in my implant toolbox.
Dr Dominic O'Hooley
The Co-Axis® concept is one of the most intelligent innovations to systematize screw-retained prosthetic restorations and accelerate the treatment of our patients. Less bone grafting & less complex prosthetic components.
Now, more than ever, an essential tool to improve the care for our patients.
Dr Charles Malthieu
The use of Co-Axis® in combination with Southern’s site specific implant range is a game changer in implant dentistry.
From single implants to full arch reconstructions, the flexibility of the 12°, 24° and 36° implant range ensures optimal implant positioning while utilising the available bone.
As a zygomatic surgeon, the 55° zygomatic implant range (in combination with the machined surface) significantly reduces the palatal positioning historically linked to this technique.
Dr Riz Syed
- The Use of Dual- or Co-Axis Macro-Designed Implants to Enhance Screw-Retained Restorations in the Esthetic Zone
- Co-Axis Lecture by Prof. De Bruyn
- INVERTA Deep Conical – Co-Axis Radiographic Stent
- INVERTA External Hex – Co-Axis Radiographic Stent
- TRI-NEX Tapered – Co-Axis Radiographic Stent
- PROVATA – Co-Axis Radiographic Stent
- External Hex Tapered Co-Axis Radiographic Stent
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- Levin, B.P., Saito, H., Reynolds, M.A. and Chu, S.J., 2020. Changes in peri-implant soft tissue thickness with bone grafting and dermis allograft. Part II: A comparative retrospective case series using a subcrestal angle correction implant design. Int J Periodontics Restorative Dent, 40(4), pp.539-547.
- Zaninovich, M., 2020. Clinical guidelines for rehabilitation of the severely atrophic maxilla using extended-length subcrestal angulated implants and modified trans-sinus nasal protocol: A case report. International Journal of Oral Implantology (Berlin, Germany), 13(3), pp.291-298.
- Ma, S., Tawse‐Smith, A., Brown, S.D. and Duncan, W., 2019. Immediately restored single implants in the aesthetic zone of the maxilla using a novel design: 5‐year results from a prospective single‐arm clinical trial. Clinical Implant Dentistry and Related Research, 21(2), pp.344-351.
- Duarte Jr, S., 2013. QDT. Quintessence of dental technology. São Paulo: Quintessence Editora Ltda. (The Use of Dual or Co-Axis Macro Designed Implants to Enhance Screw-Retained Restorations in the Esthetic Zone – Mieleszko)
- Nicoli, G., Piva, S., Ferraris, P., Nicoli, F. and Jensen, O.T., 2019. Extra-long nasal wall–directed dental implants for maxillary complete arch immediate function: a pilot study. Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Clinics, 31(2), pp.349-356.
- Pellegrino, G., Taraschi, V., Andrea, Z., Ferri, A. and Marchetti, C., 2019. Dynamic navigation: A prospective clinical trial to evaluate the accuracy of implant placement. Int. J. Comput. Dent, 22, pp.139-147.