A true “cold welding” in the taper Implant-abutment connection is produced by contact pressure between the surface of the female cone of the implant and that of the male cone of the abutment.
The friction created between the two surfaces of equal conicity tightened to 35 Ncm generates direct, durable, and waterproof interlocking. In fact, this type of connection is the only one that approaches the ideal condition of a monoblock implant, which is the one used in the monophasic system, universally proven to be longer-lasting than biphasic systems.
However, being able to mechanically achieve a perfect Morse tapered connection requires great attention and special skills starting from the design stage.
IML’s designers and mechanics know how to detect and evaluate each critical point in order to produce perfect components whose connection not only works well during the project but especially also in the patient’s mouth throughout their life.
As demonstrated by numerous studies carried out around the world, the resulting system is effective and reliable. (Bibliography page 42, rif. 1)
Another feature of the implant is the size of the internal thread connection: M1,6 which allows a secure and guaranteed seal over time.