ZINIC is an implant with a cylindrical morphology, with an internal hexagonal connection and a platform switch, which allows the shaping of soft tissue and the formation of the emergence profile. In the cortical zone, it has a mechanized bevel and a design with microthreads which will preserve the marginal bone, since it improves the distribution of the loads at crestal level.
Its body has a double active spiral of reduced angle that favors the insertion of the implant, improving its stability and increasing the BIC. Its apex is active and self-tapping, which will facilitate its insertion in under-drilling. It also has apical windows that collect the bone remains in the insertion and an atraumatic apex, which is not harmful to nearby anatomical structures.