THE INCREDIBLE POSSIBILITY OF ANGLING THE PROSTHETIC COMPONENT IN YOUR OFFICE

The Arcsys implant system brings you an exclusive technology for the angulation of its prosthetics components up to 20°, at your office or laboratory.
Innovation that allows for a better surgical and prosthetic planning.

See below how simple it is:

MAIN FEATURES

CUSTOMIZABLE ANGLE:

allows for angulation from 0º to 20º to reach better aesthetic and functional results.

3x MORE RESISTANT¹:

manufactured in highly resistant implantable special alloys, in conformity with standard ASTM F138 and ABNTNBR ISO 5832-1.

SAFETY:

Morse Taper Frictional Interface.

VERSATILITY:

interchangeable components for different implant diameters.

DIVERSITY:

components available with different heights to comply with the variations of mucosal thickness.

POSSIBILITIES:

screwed, cemented, single or multiple prosthesis.

TIME SAVING AND COMFORT TO YOUR PATIENT: THE POSSIBILITY OF ONE-STEP PERFORATION

ACTIVE TIP:

replaces initial drill and stabilizes the drilling.

SAFETY DURING INSTALLATION:

cooling flow for lower heat generation.

INNOVATIVE GEOMETRY:

self-control during the entire surgical preparation.

STRAIGHT FLUTES:

irrigation throughout the drill extension and collection capacity of bone tissue.

MATERIAL:

TiN (titanium nitride) coating, which provides greater surface hardness, lower friction and greater durability.

DEPTH LIMITERS:

provide more safety during instrumentation. Easy to handle, interchangeable, quick and precise fit.

IMPLANTS WITH THE BEST CONCEPTS OF MACRO AND MICROGEOMETRY

REAL MORSE TAPER WITH MANUFACTURING WARRANTY

Learn what the Frictional Morse Taper is and how it works

The Frictional Morse Taper is a connection system commonly used in mechanical engineering when it is necessary to join two bodies in a stable way with no need for a screw.

It works through the mechanical principle that juxtaposes a cone into a small conical cavity of small angle. Therefore, the interface of the metal undergoes a mechanical locking called “cold welding”.

What are the advantages compared to other HE and HI platforms?

No need for screws: avoids problems such as component/prosthesis looseness;
Increased biological sealing: protection against bacterial infiltration;
More aesthetics: favors the emergence profile;
Gingival health: better accommodation of peri-implantar tissues;
Absence of micromovements: elimination of bad odor;
Improved safety during installation and removal (if necessary) of the prosthetic component.

Increased Safety and Bacterial Sealing

In pure Morse Taper systems, the pressure exerted to lock the intermediate in the implant generates sufficient frictional resistance for a secure connection. By not using a screw, the problem of the possible looseness of it is eliminated and the long-term performance of the system is favored, unlike what happens with implants that have HE and HI platform.

Another important issue for the longevity of the frictional system is the resistance to infiltration and bacterial colonization at the abutment/implant interface. Microbial buildup around dental implants can lead to a peri-implantitis condition, which, if not properly treated, may compromise the stability of the implant, culminating in its loss. Considering this information, according to several published studies1,4,5, the sealing promoted by the Morse Taper fitting proves to be hermetic in relation to bacterial infiltration.

CONTROL AND QUALITY

HIGH QUALITY MACHINERY

For manufacturing implants and components, high performance CNC Lathes of Swiss quality are used.

INSPECTION 1 TO 1

Every Arcsys Morse Taper piece is 100% inspected to ensure the effectiveness of its union.

HIGH PRECISION MEASURING EQUIPMENT

All components of the Arcsys system pass through high-tech three-dimensional measurement equipment.

HIGHLY QUALIFIED TEAM

Team trained and qualified in the production processes and quality control of the entire Arcsys line.

MULTIFUNCTIONAL COMPONENTS IN PEEK

PEEK is a high performance biocompatible polymer that has unique properties that make it the best choice for the most complex applications nowadays. It is considered one of the engineered thermoplastics with the highest performance in the world, with more than 35 years of proved performance in demanding environments.

SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE

Demystifying the mechanical resistance of foldable prosthetic components

“The results show that Arcsys foldable abutments show resistance that is up to 3 times superior to machined components that are pre-folded, for the same prosthetic dimensional condition and the depth of the trans-mucosal area. The results obtained are a result of three main factors: hardening of the neck of the foldable component, materials used in the manufacture of both the component and the implant and the mechanical design of the abutment.”

Source: Wiggers, William de Souza. Desmistificando a resistência mecânica de componentes protéticos anguláveis. FGM News Implantes, Joinville, v. 1, n. 1, p.46-49, jan.

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FGM drill

“According to that research of drills of different implant systems, FGM Drill (A) generated a significantly lower temperature. Torque applied to the proof body was also significantly lower. The analysis in MEV showed that the FGM drill (A) maintained the cutting edges well defined with no apparent sign of wear.”

Source: Fredel, Marcio Celso; Stares, Steferson Luiz; Merlo, Luan. Avaliação Funcional de Brocas Odontológicas. CERMAT – UFSC. 2015.

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Static Fatigue Essay

“In accordance to the norm ABNT NBR ISO 14801:2012, 5 sets of prosthetic abutments  were tested in the most critical condition (3x6x5.5mm Arcsys foldable abutment, at an angle of 20o) with Arcsys Implants (4.4x13mm Arcsys Frictional Implant).  Therefore, the Strength at the Resistance Limit is 1725N.”

Source: Perfil Técnico Arcsys 2016.

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Prosthetic component extraction essay

“Based on the data shown in the table, in average, 212N, or 21.6Kgf are necessary to extract the prosthetic abutment from the implant. Comparing the use of that type of connection in the mastication process, the mastication force acts in the direction of the abutment insertion, maintaining the connection even more secure (Bozkaya, Müftü, 2003). Therefore, there is practically no risk of the component getting loose, in a natural mastication process, in function of the level of the force necessary to promote the extraction of the prosthetic component.”

Source: Perfil Técnico Arcsys 2016.

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CLINICAL CASE

RAISING OF MAXILLARY SINUS FOR LATER REHABILITATION WITH UNITARY CROWNS PRODUCED THROUGH CAD/CAM
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MULTIDISCIPLINARY ORAL AESTHETIC REHABILITATION: PERIODONTICS, IMPLANTOLOGY AND PROSTHESIS
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THE USE OF ARCSYS SYSTEM IN CHALLENGING CONDITION
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LOWER ARCH PROTOCOL WITH ARCSYS FRICTIONAL IMPLANTS AND COMPONENTS
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