USING Cortex MAGIX® Drill-Less implant is successful
as any other heavy drilling implants.
The dentist and the patients win!! Less chair time, Less risk, Less Side Effects, Less dental implant pain!!
Various factors influence the long-term prognosis of dental implants and can affect osseointegration, such as
surgical technique, host bed, implant surface, implant design, material biocompatibility, and loading conditions.
The objective of this in vivo animal model study was to measure and compare BIC and BV values of a new implant
using 2 different preparation protocols (no site preparation and prior limited cortical perforation), and the values of a
conventional implant using a control protocol (conventional drilling technique).
A test implant with a new thread design- Magix®, Cortex, Israel was inserted using no bone preparation (NP)
and cortical perforation (CP) into 13 New Zealand rabbits.The study proved that the Magix® implant which enables a prepress insertion provides better primary stability, ridge expansion, and bone preservation, achieving the required osteointegration in terms of BIC and BV.