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The K3Pro implant system - A long-term stable connection

The K3Pro® Implant by Argon—and all its predecessors in the company's history—stands like few others for the conical 1.5° connection between implant and abutment, which has been our philosophy from the beginning. In recent years, the global implant market has shifted strongly towards conical implant systems and away from so-called traditional tube-in-tube or butt-joint connections. This makes it worth examining the term "cone" in implantology more closely. 

The conical implant-abutment connection, in this rigor as it is standard for us, naturally has advantages in all aspects around the sustainability of implantological care. Many aspects around patient compliance and oral hygiene can be significantly influenced by you. But at its core, for us as a manufacturer with the ambition to produce one of the best implants in the world for the best doctors and their patients, it is about making the implant as resistant to peri-implantitis as possible. Because peri-implantitis concerns everyone!

The idea behind it: a permanent bony seal around the implant and above it, which never breaks down. Because if we have healthy bone, we also have healthy mucosa. Our first step towards this is subcrestal positioning. This not only serves aesthetics. Because long-term studies show that crestal bone breakdowns around the implant often have their cause in stress on the corticalis.

While other manufacturers are considering how the shoulder should be designed to reduce this stress, we are one step ahead by not exerting it from the start. The second feature that goes along with this is the beveled, completely surface-treated implant shoulder. It forms the basic prerequisite for sealing through bone regeneration above the implant.

The K3Pro Implant System - A Long-Term Stable Connection

The K3Pro® Implant by Argon – and all its predecessors in the company's history – stands like few others for the conical 1.5° connection between implant and abutment, which has been our philosophy from the start. The global market for implants has shifted significantly towards conical implant systems and away from so-called traditional tube-in-tube or butt-joint connections in recent years. This makes it worth examining the term "cone" in implantology more closely. The conical implant-abutment connection, as is standard for us, naturally has advantages in all aspects related to the sustainability of implantological care. Many aspects of patient compliance and oral hygiene can be significantly influenced by this. But at its core, for us as a manufacturer with the ambition to produce one of the best implants in the world for the best doctors and their patients, it's about making the implant as resistant to peri-implantitis as possible. Because peri-implantitis is a concern for everyone! The idea behind it is to have a permanent bony seal around and above the implant that never breaks down. Because if we have healthy bone, we also have healthy mucosa. Our first step toward this is subcrestal positioning. This serves not just aesthetics. Long-term studies show that crestal bone breakdowns around the implant often have their cause in stress on the corticalis. While other manufacturers are considering how the shoulder should be designed to reduce this stress, we are a step ahead by not exerting it from the start. The second feature that goes hand in hand with this is the beveled, completely surface-treated implant shoulder. It forms the basic prerequisite for sealing through new bone formation above the implant.

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