The two-component Xive S implants allow submerged healing or a single-session procedure, possibly with fabrication of a high-quality temporary denture with the Xive TempBase at the time of implant placement. Xive S is ideal where:
Xive TG is the single-component, transgingival option for situations such as:
Full restorative options for every patient and a smoother way of working are just two of the perks with Xive, but in fact many key features interact to create a perfect mix of benefits.
The narrowest gap or edentulous jaw, hard or soft bone, single-session or two-session, immediate loading or delayed loading – with the comprehensive range of implants from 3.0 mm up to 5.5 mm diameter and 8 mm up to 18 mm length, the bonespecifi c preparation protocol and wide range of prosthetic options available with the system, which is appreciated by dental technicians all over the world, Xive helps you achieve an outstanding safe and predictable result in every case.
Xive implants adapt to variations in jaw anatomy with a wide range of diameters and lengths that combine with the cylindrical implant body to make optimum use of the available bone volume in even anatomically complex situations. In many cases additional grafting procedures are unnecessary. Besides the subgingival Xive S cylindrical screw implants, the Xive implant range includes the option of transgingival Xive TG implants. The endosseous section of both types of implants is identical, which means that preparation for both types uses the same instruments and the type of implant can be decided during the surgical procedure.
The Xive implant design with the combination of a cylindrical implant body and special thread design guarantees safe and atraumatic implant placement, even in cortical bone. Superior primary stability can be achieved in all bone qualities. The patented specifi c thread design with a condensing crestal section is a component of the bone-specifi c Xive preparation protocol.
The extension of the implant shoulder tightly seals the cervical gap between bone and implant and makes it easy to place the prosthetic components.
During preoperative planning it is very important to check that the height and width of the jawbone is sufficient for placement of the implant.
Digital treatment planning based on three-dimensional imaging procedures enables the therapy to be planned with absolute accuracy and makes the result of the treatment exactly predictable. Guided Surgery from Dentsply Sirona Implants offers a complete solution for digital treatment planning and template-guided implant placement based on the Simplant software, which is used all over the world. The advantages over conventional planning include:
A custom-made Simplant SAFE Guide is fabricated by stereolithography using the digital planning data. This guarantees that the planning will be fully and accurately transferred to the patient‘s mouth with the highest degree of convenience, even in the posterior region, thanks to the unique lateral drill guide access. Drills with a guide sleeve attached to the instrument, which have been specially developed for templateguided implant placement with Simplant using accurate guides in the template (Sleeve-on-Drill system), enable exact transfer of the planned implant position and secure placement of the implants.
Since over 20 years on the global market, Xive implant system provides excellent long-term survival. A look at 55 clinical studies following more than 5,000 implants for up to 15 years, tells a great story. Xive has an overall implant survival rate of 98% and most short studies show a rate of 100%. On paper, this makes Xive well-documented and reliable. In reality, it is even better as it ensures patients a higher quality of life.
Please note: All products may not be regulatory cleared/released/licensed in all markets. Contact the local Dentsply Sirona sales office for current product assortment and availability.