Our garage story

When it comes to an immediate dental implant, any normal implant expert will be confronted with the following question.

Why should I drill a hole if the hole is already there?

The answer is simple:

Traditional implantology with screw-type implants (a simple off-the-shelf solution) does not fit the tooth socket without drilling healthy bone and filling voids. In other words, cylinder or screw-type implants do not exactly fit the tooth socket and therefore create a new problem, simply called: “Surgery”.

Does anyone like surgery?

No! Patients accept surgery only when there is no other option. Dental implantologists prefer surgery – the more the better – because that is what they are trained and paid for.

The solution is as simple as the question:

An implant that simply fits the tooth socket does not need any drilling of healthy bone or filling voids, because the implant simply fits the bony walls.

This is the simple logic behind our custom dental implant solution.

It’s the same logical thinking from anyone who says, “I wish I had my old tooth back, only without cavities.”

Why has there been no change for 17 years to modern CAD/CAM CMD (Custom Medical Devices)?

The experts are used to earning money with operations and the industry with simple screws.

The patient, therefore, pays twice.

Firstly, with the money for the operation, and secondly, with the burden and risk of an operation that is unnecessary if you use an implant that is adapted to the bone.

Who will benefit from this implant solution?

First and foremost the patient, as the procedure is much less stressful and risky.

If no drill is used, no important anatomical structures can be drilled into. No bone or bone substitute certainly means no inflammatory response.

Secondly, normal dentists are also winners, as they can finally offer an immediate implant solution without having to be an implant specialist for bone drilling and bone augmentation

And so the idea of CMD (Custom Medical Devices) for dental implantology was born.

The idea is far from extraordinary, but no one has yet succeeded in putting this simple implant idea into practice, as all attempts failed over decades.

If a patient is going to lose a tooth, the dentist will leave a bony hole/tooth socket. Anyone could have the idea: “Doctor, could you please place immediately something in the hole that replaces the lost tooth?”

Our first eight patients were all failures, but we didn’t give up. After changing the design we have over 90% success rate. Over 17 years we learned how ceramic custom medical implants work so we now have a success rate of up to 98%, depending on your personal situation. Scientific research has shown that a simple 1:1 copy will certainly fail. Therefore, we modify the shape and surface of the copy of a natural tooth so that it can heal like a conventional implant. The load-stable stable connection between the bone and an implant is called osseointegration in medicine. The key method to success has been published by us under the title “Differentiated Osseointegration” in peer-reviewed international medical journals of Int. J. Oral Maxillofac. Surg. 2008 (doi:10.1016/j.ijom.2007.11.008).

I can’t believe it doesn’t require surgery.

Yes, it’s hard to believe, but it’s simply true.

All we do is replace surgery with technology combined with patented osseointegration know-how. The better the technology, the higher the osseointegration know-how, and the less surgery is needed. If the implant fits perfectly into the tooth socket, there is absolutely no room to drill, or augment bone. The implant that simply fits into your tooth space does not need any additional surgery – The implant is just pushed in by the doctor!