Dental implants are a safe and effective replacement for the tooth root. They are typically made out of titanium. Because it fuse with the bone after they are placed in the jaw, the dental implant forms a stable and sturdy base for replacement teeth.
Today, there are more than 40 different types of dental implants designed for various patient needs. Each one is specifically designed for different functions.

Types of Dental Implants

The two main types of dental implants are endosteal and subperiosteal.
  • Endosteal are placed in the jawbone and are typically shaped like small screws, cylinders, or plates.
  • The less common subperiosteal implants are placed under the gum or above the jawbone. These are often used for patients with a shallow jawbone who do not want to undergo a procedure to rebuild it.
  • Patients need either one tooth, multiple teeth, or all teeth replaced. There are multiple options for all needs.
  • A dental implant fitted with a crown is the best option for someone wishing to replace a single tooth.
The traditional dental implant is completed over multiple visits. Today, however, there are many one-stop procedures available, such as immediate loading and mini-implants.
Cortex dental implants are uniquely designed to provide stability in various clinical situations and with all types of bones. The company offers a few types of dental implants to serve all needs.
Easy2Fix use a minimally invasive technique for insertion. This is ideal for elderly patients and provides full rehabilitation during a one-hour session.
Dynamix is a cover screw designed for submerged procedures or surgical procedures including GBR (Guided Bone Regeneration).
  • The Classix implant, also offered by Cortex Dental, is useful in a variety of implant types, including two-stage, one-stage, immediate loading, and flapless. The Classix implant can be placed on healed bone and can also be used for immediate replacement after extraction.
  • Saturn implants are ideal for soft or regenerated bone D4/D5. These are mainly designed to increase primary stability. It is often used in cases of immediate replacement after extraction in cases of sinus elevation. It can also act as a rescue implant in case of a failed implantation. This type is perfect for emergency situations.
  • The One-Piece is ideal for narrow ridges or inter-dental narrow spaces. It has excellent biological width adaptation. The insertion is quick and easy since it uses minimally invasive techniques for insertion. This type also has immediate function.

Other Dental Brands

Other brands offer different types of dental implants. The Alpha Bio Dental Implant is an implant that integrates naturally into the mouth. It is highly durable and allows time for osseointegration. These implants offer each patient lifetime warranty. They are suitable for every bone type. Alpha Bio hopes to make implantology a simple procedure, hence the term simplantology.
AB Dental Implants have been part of the market since 1990. Implants are manufactured based on novel clinical research. The customer service adapts to patients’ needs. These implants come with a 15-year warranty.
Ankylos Dental implants have been in the field for decades. They offer patients a very natural look and feel. Something special about this implant is the reliability of the bond between the abutment and the implant. These are made of purely neutral titanium, which means that there are minimal chances of rejection. Implants come secured in sterile glasses and are opened just before each procedure.
The Biomet 3i Dental Implants offer a specific micro-textured surface that allows for better osseogeneration. The brand has two main types of dental implants, OsseoTite and NanoTite. The NanoTite provides excellent bone bonding and can be used for immediate function procedures. The OsseoTite has a surface that strengthens the attachment. It also reduces the chances of a soft issue infection and allows for good load distribution. All Biomet 3i products are under warranty.
OsseoDental is a company based in Sydney, Australia specializing in mini-dental implants. Their vision is to offer alternative treatment for individuals who cannot afford conventional implants. The 3M ESPE mini-dental implants are proven to be clinically safe. These are effective in stabilizing loose denture and they are designed to maintain stability in dense and soft bones. This is an essential quality for immediate loading. Another advantage of OsseoDental Implants is that bone grafting is not required.
Unlike other implants, OssoeDental implants are placed via a small pilot hole rather than placed into the full osteotomy, which is less traumatic for the patient.
There are many other different types of dental implants available in the market.
Dental implants come in many shapes and sizes. Today, more than 40 different varieties exist. It is important for each patient to do thorough research and to have a conversation with their dentist to discuss best options.

Material- Cortex Dental Implants Industries Ltd. uses Titanium Alloy Ti 6AI-4V ELI, a material proven to be highly successful in the
fabrication of dental implants.
The ELI grade has superior damage tolerance (fracture toughness, fatigue crack growth rate) and better mechanical properties at cryogenic temperatures compared to standard grade Ti 6Al-4V, therefore, it is the perfect choice for implant fabrication.
Its mechanical strength (40% stronger than grade 4) allows flexibility in implant design geometry.
Ti 6AI-4V ELI is highly resistant to corrosion as, it spontaneously and immediately forms a stable, continuous, tightly adherent oxide film upon exposure to oxygen in air or water, which protects the underlying metal from further oxidation and corrosion.
SLA surface treatment- The surface roughness and Nano-morphology of Cortex Dental implants are achieved by blasting the implants with Al2O3, followed by etching with a combination of acids. This process increases the overall surface area and improves the interlocking between mineralized bone and implant surface while modifying the surface chemistry.

Laboratory Tests Cortex routinely carries out all of the necessary laboratory tests to ensure that implant production and surface treatments remain constantly, and consistently at the highest quality standard.

Cortex holds collaborations with many well-respected academic institutions worldwide, and we invest efforts and resources in testing and research, to achieve maximum validation and verification.
dental implants    types of dental implants

What are the best dental implants you offer? 

Magix- Cortex Unique and patent-pending implant, that allows a Drill-less approach in soft bone (types D3-D4).
  • The aggressive threads and sharp geometry of the implant enable the implant to be self-tapping, bone condensing, and ridge expending. 
This way we can keep the bone, instead of removing it as part of standard site preparation.
The drilling will be minimized!
  • Conical connection- Magix is available with a conical connection only and enables a platform switching for better abutment-implant stability and sealing, 
assuring no micro-gap or micro-movements, providing optimal osseointegration and stability. 
  • The best choice for patients. Minimized drilling approach and short clinical procedure, provide very smooth implant insertion and patient comfort during the surgery. 

cortex dental implants    Different Types of Dental Implants

 What are dental implants?
Implants are fake teeth made from titanium and are placed on the jawbone to act like natural teeth.

What are the different types of dental implants?
There exist three common dental implants. They are;
- endosteal
- subperiosteal
- zygomatic
Endosteal implants
For you to have an endosteal implant you need to have a healthy jawbone for the implant to fit in. screw-like placeholders are put in the jaw for the fake teeth to takes less time to heal after which the implant is placed to line with other teeth.
Subperiosteal implants
It is an alternative to endosteal, where the implant is placed on the bone and under the gum instead of posting them in the jawbone. The patient is placed with a metal frame under the gum. After healing the implant is put in the poles from the gum. They are suitable for people who don’t want to go through oral surgery or have less jawbone.

Zygomatic implants
They are so unpopular and the procedure is complicated. Only done to patients without enough jawbone. The implant is attached to the cheekbone instead of the jawbone.

What are implants used for?
-Replace lost tooth.
-other personal needs like fashion.