TSX Implants Xceed Xpectations in immediacy and leverage an Xtraordinary combination of clinically proven features.
Taking Xtraction Site Stability to the Next Level
TSX Apical Stability Results1*
- > 35 Ncm apical torque in TSX extraction protocol
- 25% more implant surface area in contact with bone upon insertion than the TSV Implant (in TSX extraction protocol)
(Data from in vitro testing engaging only the apical 4mm of the implant; untapped averages).
- Designed to follow the drilled osteotomy - Unlike some very aggressive implants that can track off the desired course during placement, the TSX Implant is not designed to change direction during seating, aiding in placement predictability.
Supporting Peri-implant Health and Crestal Bone Maintenance
Contemporary Hybrid Surface
- The TSX Implant leverages decades of clinical history in its combination of surface technologies shown to balance peri-implant needs in the coronal and sub-coronal regions.1-5, 12-14 *
- Coronal DAE Surface - No increased risk of peri-implantitis compared to machined titanium. Better crestal bone maintenance than machined titanium in the coronal region.1-5, 12-14
- MTX Surface - High osteoconductive potential and over two decades of clinical success.1, 7, 8
Digital Dentistry Solutions
Our suite of digitally integrated workflows offers diverse solutions for a precisely positioned and aesthetically restored TSX Implant.
Digitally Mastered TSX Smiles!
*Pre-clinical studies may not be indicative of clinical performance.
1. Data on file.
2. Xuesong Wang, Olga Sanchez, Elnaz Ajami, Hai Bo Wen. Impact of Implant Surface Roughness on Pathogenic Bacterial Adhesion. Abstract N° EAO-266. European Association for Osseointegration, Geneva 2022. Accepted for publication at COIR Special Issue.
3. Zetterqvist L, Feldman S, Rotter B, et al. A prospective, multicenter, randomized controlled 5-year study of hybrid and fully etched implants for the incidence of peri-implantitis. J Periodontol. 2010; 81:493-501.
4. Mendes VC, Moineddin R, Davies JE. Discrete calcium phosphate nanocrystalline deposition enhances osteoconduction on titanium-based implant surfaces. J Biomed Mater Res A. 2009; 90(2):577-85.
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6. Lazzara RJ, Porter SS. Platform switching: a new concept in implant dentistry for controlling postrestorative crestal bone levels. Int J Periodontics Restorative Dent 2006; 26(1):9-17.
7. Trisi P, Marcato C, Todisco M. Bone-to-implant apposition with machined and MTX microtextured implant surfaces in human sinus grafts. Int J Periodontics Restorative Dent 2003; 23(5): 427-437.
8. Todisco M, Trisi P. Histomorphometric evaluation of six dental implant surfaces after early loading in augmented human sinuses. J Oral Implantol. 2006;32(4):153-166.
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10. Huang HL, Tsai MT, Su KC, Li YF, Hsu JT, Chang CH, Fuh LJ, Wu AY. Relation between initial implant stability quotient and bone-implant contact percentage: an in vitro model study. Oral Surg Oral Med Oral Pathol Oral Radiol. 2013 Nov;116(5):e356-61.
11. Subramani et al. Biofilm on dental implants: a review of the literature. Int J Oral Maxillofac Implants 2009; 24(4):616-26.
12. Park SJ, Sanchez O, Ajami E, Wen HB. Bacterial Adhesion to Different Dental Implant Collar Surfaces: An in-vitro comparative study. 34th Annual Meeting Academy of Osseointegration, Washington, DC, March 2019.
13. Bermejo P, Sanchez MC, Llama-Palacios A, Figuero E, Herrera D, Sanz Alanso M. Biofilm formation on dental implants with different surface micro-topography: An in vitro study. Clin Oral Impl Res 2019; 30:725–734.
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