What are Zimmer Biomet implants made of?
Zimmer Biomet has developed a unique material called Vivacit-E Highly Crosslinked Polyethylene that has shown to be very resistant to wear and has exceptional strength.
What is Osseotite?
OSSEOTITE XP (Regular) is a standard dental implant produced by Biomet 3i. Its connection is external, with a hexagon shape. Its body is tapered apex with v shaped threads. Its apex has a flat shape, doesn’t have a hole, and has grooves. It is made of cp titanium.
How is trabecular metal made?
Trabecular Metal Material is produced at a dedicated facility in Parsippany, New Jersey. Utilizing a proprietary thermal deposition process, elemental tantalum is deposited onto a substrate, creating a nanotextured surface topography and building Trabecular Metal Material one atom at a time.
How much did Biomet sell for?
On April 24, 2014, it was announced that Zimmer had agreed to purchase Biomet Inc. for $13.4 billion.
What is a Biomet 3iproduct?
Products of equal or lesser value within the same product family as determined by BIOMET 3i(ex. implant for implant, abutment for abutment, membrane for membrane). BIOMET 3iProducts may be exchanged within 180 days of the invoice date for other BIOMET 3i
Why choose bigbiomet 3i?
BIOMET 3i offers one of implant dentistry’s most comprehensive lines of implants and abutments, augmented by a growing line of site preparation, digital, restorative and regenerative products.
What are inbiomet 3it3 dental implants?
BIOMET 3iT3, NanoTite and OSSEOTITE Dental Implants are intended for immediate function on single tooth and/or multiple tooth applications when good primary stability is achieved, with appropriate occlusal loading, in order to restore chewing function. Contraindications:
What is the BIOMET 3i exchange policy?
EXCHANGE POLICY. BIOMET 3iProducts may be exchanged within 180 days of the invoice date, without a re-stocking fee, for other BIOMET 3i Products of equal or lesser value within the same product family as determined by BIOMET 3i(ex. implant for implant, abutment for abutment, membrane for membrane).