THE PAMELA RAYTM
The extra tapered design and sharp cutting threads allow for high primary stability when replacing teeth in narrow ridges with minimal bone.
The narrow apex and tapered design is ideal for areas with thin crestal bone.
The tapered design and sharp cutting threads allow for high primary stability when replacing teeth in narrow ridges with minimal bone.
Fine blades allow for ease of placement, with optimal primary stability and minimal bone compression.
TITANIUM OXIDE MICRO-SANDBLASTING AND ETCHING WITH NITRIC AND HYDROFLUORIC ACIDS
- Subtractive, non-polluting treatment
- Bone-implant contact surface increased by 79.2%1
- Increased wettability
- Stimulates osteoconduction
SPECIFIC AND MASTERED SANDBLASTING PROCESS
- Constant sanding pressure and speed
- Constant grit size
- Creation of a macrostructure
ETCHING PROCESS/ACID PASSIVATION AND NEUTRALIZATION
- Decontamination of the surface and formation of a TiO2 (titanium dioxide) layer
- Creation of a microstructure
1 Reference: Dagher, M., Mokbel, N., Jabbour, G., & Naaman, N. (2014). Resonance Frequency Analysis, Insertion Torque, and Bone to Implant Contact of 4 Implant Surfaces. Implant Dentistry, 0, 1-7. doi:10.1097/id.0000000000000155
Dr. Pamela Ray has a Bachelor of Science Degree from Texas A&M University. She received her Doctor of Dental Surgery Degree in 1989 from The Dental School at The University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio.
In 1991, Dr. Ray completed her periodontics training in San Antonio and has maintained a private practice in San Antonio since that time. Dr. Ray is a Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology, the highest academic achievement to be obtained in periodontics.
The Pamela Ray™ Implant