This graphic shows an implant without the titanium shock absorber in a bridge connection with a natural tooth. The movability of the tooth causes the chewing forces to act as a lever on the rigid implant situation.
The titanium shock absorber for the bridge-type prosthetic takes up the chewing forces like a natural tooth does. This innovation allows even distribution of the chewing forces on the entirely different abutment - implant and natural tooth -
THE ART OF IMITATING NATURE – ARISTOTLE
The X-ray status of an installed bridge after 10 years of wearing it between implants with titanium shock absorbers and a natural tooth. This innovation is the key to the long-term success of implant-prosthetics. A head start through biomechanics.
A titanium shock absorber for a total prosthetics. The chewing force is transferred evenly over the total prosthetic onto the mucous membrane-bones foundation and the implants.
Four titanium shock absorbers for total prosthetics in the lower jaw. The creation of painful pressure points is prevented through even distribution of the chewing forces as well as good circulation and thus the power of resistance of the mucous memb
The secondary cap for total prosthetics is made out of titanium. This is clicked onto the titanium shock absorber for total prosthetics using finger pressure.
A lower jaw tooth replacement with integral secondary cap.