• Welcome to Dental Lab Network

    Old implant, do you recognize it?

    Discussion in 'Implants' started by MauroPec, Apr 16, 2018.

    1. MauroPec

      MauroPec New Member Full Member

      Joined:
      Jun 2017
      Messages:
      11
      Likes Received:
      1
      Can you help me recognize this kind of implant?
      Thank you! P4160138ok.jpg P4160139ok.jpg P4160140ok.jpg
       
    2. JMN
      Curious

      JMN Christian Member Staff Member Donator Full Member

      Joined:
      Sep 2012
      Messages:
      7,456
      Likes Received:
      1,651
      Location:
      In a surprisingly solid sea of electrons
      Well, you gave great information. Whatimplantisthat.com doesn't have it listed.

      We're going to have to rely on some awesome-people power.

      Do you have any information about roughly what time, even decade, it was placed and/or what country or continent?

      Edit:can't type
       
    3. user name
      Question

      user name Well-Known Member Donator Full Member

      Joined:
      May 2010
      Messages:
      5,075
      Likes Received:
      1,462
      Question...Why? Are you planning on reusing it? :confused:
       
      • Funny Funny x 1
      • Winner Winner x 1
    4. MauroPec

      MauroPec New Member Full Member

      Joined:
      Jun 2017
      Messages:
      11
      Likes Received:
      1
      I know it was placed in Switzerland, I'm waiting for the patient's answer to know the time...
       
    5. MauroPec

      MauroPec New Member Full Member

      Joined:
      Jun 2017
      Messages:
      11
      Likes Received:
      1
      :DNo, no! The patient lost this one but he has 2 other of the same kind...
       
    6. lcmlabforum

      lcmlabforum Well-Known Member Full Member

      Joined:
      Feb 2011
      Messages:
      1,243
      Likes Received:
      146
      Location:
      DFW area, Texas
    7. JMN
      Curious

      JMN Christian Member Staff Member Donator Full Member

      Joined:
      Sep 2012
      Messages:
      7,456
      Likes Received:
      1,651
      Location:
      In a surprisingly solid sea of electrons
      Sadly,your 'best' solution may be to measure the hex height, face width, and diameter of flat to flat and find a compatible system.
       
    8. CatamountRob
      Dead

      CatamountRob Banned Member Full Member

      Joined:
      Feb 2009
      Messages:
      5,518
      Likes Received:
      1,399
      Location:
      X
      We need @Jo Chen
      He’s the Chuck Norris of implant identification
       
      • Agree Agree x 3
      • Like Like x 1
    9. Jo Chen

      Jo Chen Active Member Full Member

      Joined:
      Sep 2011
      Messages:
      426
      Likes Received:
      83
      I'm flattered but I have to pass on that one. There is someone on here with the name Darwin (Sonic) who knows far more than I ever will in regards to implants. Maybe he would be willing to venture a guess of what implant this is
       
      • Like Like x 1
    10. rkm rdt

      rkm rdt Well-Known Member Full Member

      Joined:
      Nov 2007
      Messages:
      15,323
      Likes Received:
      3,136
      Location:
      right here,right now
      • Funny Funny x 1
    11. JMN
      Curious

      JMN Christian Member Staff Member Donator Full Member

      Joined:
      Sep 2012
      Messages:
      7,456
      Likes Received:
      1,651
      Location:
      In a surprisingly solid sea of electrons
      Not Ikea. Not flatpack and no assembly required.

      Edit: and that's the Swedes, not the Swiss.
       
      • Agree Agree x 1
    12. CoolHandLuke
      Fiendish

      CoolHandLuke 40% titanium Staff Member Full Member

      Joined:
      Aug 2011
      Messages:
      7,527
      Likes Received:
      1,332
      Darwin? you mean like with the Beagle, and the animal deliciousness ranking, and the Awards?
       
      • Funny Funny x 1
    13. MauroPec

      MauroPec New Member Full Member

      Joined:
      Jun 2017
      Messages:
      11
      Likes Received:
      1
      1996
       
    14. Soniq

      Soniq Active Member Full Member

      Joined:
      Apr 2012
      Messages:
      55
      Likes Received:
      28
      Looks like Tiolox from Dentaurum.

      Darwin




      Dentaurum USA
      800-523-3946
      [email protected]
      NEW YORK, NY 10018


      tiolox Dentaurum photo.jpg
       
      • Like Like x 2
      • Winner Winner x 1
    15. Kobra Kai
      Curious

      Kobra Kai Member Full Member

      Joined:
      Mar 2017
      Messages:
      20
      Likes Received:
      6
    16. Beatrice
      Cool

      Beatrice Well-Known Member Sponsors Full Member

      Joined:
      Jul 2009
      Messages:
      381
      Likes Received:
      178
      I have seen that, we made a bar case on that few years ago I am sure of it. I will try to check in the archives of my memory what this could be. But no promise that was done with my other company Biocad, so that over 7-8 years if not more.
       
      • Like Like x 1
    17. CoolHandLuke
      Fiendish

      CoolHandLuke 40% titanium Staff Member Full Member

      Joined:
      Aug 2011
      Messages:
      7,527
      Likes Received:
      1,332
      if it was 1996, thats 21 years Beatrice.
       
    18. MauroPec

      MauroPec New Member Full Member

      Joined:
      Jun 2017
      Messages:
      11
      Likes Received:
      1
      • Like Like x 1
    19. lcmlabforum

      lcmlabforum Well-Known Member Full Member

      Joined:
      Feb 2011
      Messages:
      1,243
      Likes Received:
      146
      Location:
      DFW area, Texas
      This is like watching the A-Team at work . . . amazing!
      Kudos to Darwin (not the awardee, more likely the one to present award), JoChen, and Beatrice.
      Cheers!
      LCM
       
      • Like Like x 1
      • Agree Agree x 1

    Share This Page