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Panthera Dental launches its Angulated Screw Channel: A solution that works with original manufacturer screws

Panthera Dental has introduced its newest feature, set to minimise implant dentistry issues. Incorrect positioning of dental implants can be resolved by opting for an Angulated Screw Channel, now available as part of the Panthera product range. The main feature of the solution is its ability to retain the original geometry of the screw seating, allowing for the use of the original screw from the implant manufacturer.

The technology enables angling of the channel up to 25° using a uniquely designed and manufactured Panthera screwdriver. This screwdriver has a patented shape that fits into the original hex of the implant. This unique solution also brings some major benefits previously not seen with other technologies in the market:

  • Uniform distribution of forces in the seat/screw head area;
  • Unidirectional stress applied to the implant, reducing implant failure rate; and
  • Bridge passivity is maintained.

"I am thrilled by this solution," said Bernard Robichaud, Co-Founder of Panthera Dental. "Our team of engineers worked hard to avoid using a third-party screw that can create problems commonly seen on the market. Keeping the original screw was a challenge that my team was proud to take up and they succeeded in developing a unique solution that will make a positive difference in the fixed industry."

Customers can order now and get this solution along with any implant bridge or implant bar in Titanium, Chrome-Cobalt, Zirconia, PMMA and PEKKTON. Panthera Dental's Angulated Screw Channel is protected by patents.

About Panthera Dental

Panthera Dental is a world leader in CAD/CAM prosthetic implant solutions and dental sleep appliances. Panthera are known for designing, developing, manufacturing and marketing high-level dental restoration solutions, mandibular advancement devices and related products using superior quality materials and an advanced CAD/CAM process.


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