The Small Diameter dental implant system is a family of one piece implants with varying diameters of 1.8mm, 2.1mm and  2.4mm.

The options for each diameter of aggressive thread, fine thread, collar and non-collar, O-ball head and square head; make the range one of the largest mini dental implant...

Mini implants are small diameter implants (about 1,8mm, 2,1mm, 2,4mm and 3 mm), produced in a titanium alloy classified as grade 5 which favor the osseointegration process. An advantageous solution for both patients and professionals, for the competitive costs compared to traditional implants and for the ease of use and insertion, always guaranteeing an excellent final result.

1. Prosthetic Choice:

Choice between square or o-ball head depending on fixed or removable applications.

2. Micro Grooving

The lower aspect of the implant collar is endowed with micro grooves to help maintain cortical bone.

3. Fine Threading 

The fine thread SD implants are designed to facilitate the placement in hard bone.

4. Passivated Surface

The implant surface is blasted with aluminum oxide and then subjected to progressive etching using citric acid. This surface treatment accelerates the osteointegration process by providing a greater and more uniform area of contact between bone and implant while favoring an immediate implant load.

5. Smooth collar

The top aspect of every collared implant is smooth so as to better accommodate soft tissue.

6. Aggressive threading

The aggressive thread for SD Implants are designed for the added compression and surface area required in soft bone placement.

7. Collared and non-collared models

C-tech provides SD models with and without gingival collars, allowing the practitioner to better address cases with differing gingival thicknesses.


The standard MDI implants are ideal for patients with average tissue and bone density. 

These implants are placed using the MDI protocol.

Standard MDI implants with ball head without collar

Material: Titanium grade 5 (titanium alloy Ti 6Al 4V)

One-piece implant without polished collar

Ø= 1,8mm

MDI 1.8 mm implant

Indication: Stabilisation of dentures in the lower jaw with gingival height < 2.5 mm

MDI 2.1 mm implant

Indication: Stabilisation of dentures in the lower jaw with gingival height < 2.5 mm

MDI 2.4 mm implant

Indication: Denture stabilisation in the upper jaw with gingival height < 2.5 mm


The MDI Collared implants feature a polished 2.5mm collar and are particularly suitable for patients with thick gingiva and average bone density.

MDI implants with ball head and collar

MDI 1.8 mm implant & MDI 2.1 mm implant

Indication: Denture stabilisation in the lower jaw with gingival height > 2.5 mm

MDI 2.4 mm implants
Indication: Denture stabilisation in the upper jaw with gingiva height > 2.5 mm


MDI Implants with square head with collar

MDI 1.8 mm implants

Indication: Splinted fixed prosthesis in the lower jaw

MDI 2.4 mm implants

Indication: Splinted fixed prosthesis in the upper jaw

Note: This implant is not recommended for use in the mandible!

Doctor Aldo De Blasi | Mini Dental Implant

What are mini implants?
Mini implants are in all respects implants, but with a small diameter, not exceeding 3 mm.
They are produced in a titanium alloy, which is classified as grade 5, and has excellent mechanical properties. They have a sandblasted and etched surface which once inserted into the bone undergoes osseointegration such of that of implants with a larger diameter.
They are implants that already have an abutment in their body that can be a prosthetic abutment for cementing of a crown, or an o-Ball abutment that works in conjunction with a retentive housing to offer retention to removable prostheses.

Which are the advantages of this systems for professionals?
I would say simplicity, because in most cases you can insert the mini implants using the flapless technique, that is without flap, and therefore it means the surgery becomes simpler, and also with significantly reduced time of execution.
Furthermore, these implants and prosthetic components have a competitive cost compared to those of implants with larger diameter.

Which are the advantages of this system for patients?
Among the advantages that this system has for the patient there is the minimally invasiveness: in most cases of mini implants can be inserted using a flapless technique, therefore a simple surgery that allows for reduced post-surgery treatments. Of course patients are pleased by this advantage.
Moreover it is a rapid technique, for example, when total prostheses are stabilized though mini implants, the patient undergoes the insertion of the implants in just one appointment, and in the same appointment his pre-existing prosthesis is converted into an overdenture anchored to the mini implants and the patient leaves the clinic with the prosthesis already stable on mini implants.
It is an economic solution, because it has competitive low costs compared to the same solution using conventional implants.

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