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Dental Implants RBM Surface Treatment


RBM – Stands for Resorbable Blast Media.

The core idea underlying RBM surface treatment is to generate a rougher surface.
Rougher surface increases the overall surface area of the implant, allowing for a more sufficient
bone to implant cohesion and retention characteristics, thus increasing the osseointegration of the implant.


RMB Treatment Process:

Achieved by “high-speed particle blasting” using
suitable & resorbable hardened Beta-TriCalcium Phosphate particles.
Following the mechanical abrasion, leftover calcium particles cleaned off by etching the surface with organic acid of low concentration, leaving no residue and avoiding the implant’s titanium surface refurbishment.

RBM Mechanical & Biological Properties:

Successful osteogenesis around the implant is obtained due to the created homogenous pore diameter and uniform surface.

bTCP (Beta-TriCalcium Phosphate) is a resorbable, biocompatible substance used in alloplastic bone grafts.
bTCP does not transfix deeply into the implant's surface
and does not lodge inside the physically created crater.
In case there is bTCP leftover residue on the implant surface, it adds to the osteogenic value of the implant due to the osteoconductive properties it possesses, allowing it to be completely resorbed and replaced by new bone cells.


RBM Implant Treatment has the Following Advantages:

• Cleaner Implant surface
• Mineralized bone formation contributed by optimal homogenous pore diameter.
• No Titanium nor acid residues are left.
• Accelerated Healing & Osseointegration.
• Enlarged implant surface area for optimal contact.


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