Myriad:Bioprofile ™ Thread

The Myriad™ implant form is based on the Anaform™ root shape design which is by far the most proven and versatile shape for immediate and delayed implantation. The tapered body design is also proven to perform better in early load as well as soft bone situations

This unique surface developed at the University of Gothenburg in Sweden, consists of a thin layer of nano-porous titanium oxide that is saturated with 11% calcium. The characteristics of this unique and innovative surface optimize tissue response, stimulate early bone deposition and enhance osseointegration.

The Bioprofile™ is an asymmetrical, self tapping and surface extensive thread design. Bioprofile™ essentially comprises one synchronized self tapping thread composed of three distinct thread profiles that are adapted to three different levels of bone biology.
Bio thread Component
These three thread profiles synergize to deliver the unique self tapping, osteocompressive and stabilization characteristics of the implant body, while enhancing overall surface area and optimizing the dissipation of forces at the cortical neck bone level.

The apical cancellous portion of the implant features a deep, actively asymmetrical cutting thread with a depth of 0.35mm that enhances the self tapping and osteocompressive properties of the design in the softer cancellous bone areas.

The middle segment comprises a surface extensive asymmetrical double thread with a self tapping property that cuts into the bone actively, thereby preserving bone mass and optimizing bone fill of the threads, which improves mechanical stability and speeds up the osseointegration process

The microthreads in the marginal bone provide greater stability with reduced crestal bone resorption. Axisymmetric finite element analysis have demonstrated a combination of a conical implant abutment connection, with a microthread in crestal bone and sufficient wall thickness and modulus of elasticity results in axial loading stresses to be transmitted lower down in the bone, thereby reducing greatly the incidence of marginal/crestal bone loss.