Optimizing Orthodontic Treatment with GDT Temporary Anchorage Devices (TADs)

Orthodontic Micro Implants, commonly referred to as Temporary Anchorage Devices (TADs), represent a significant innovation in orthodontic treatments, providing reliable skeletal anchorage to facilitate precise tooth movements. These devices are mini-screws inserted directly into the jawbone, enabling teeth to be repositioned with the aid of elastic or spring traction without relying on the patient’s compliance. The strategic use of TADs has changed orthodontic practices by offering a non-invasive alternative to traditional methods involving extractions or complex surgeries.

Standard Orthodontic Micro Implants

Our range of TADs at GDT Dental Implants showcases versatility and advanced engineering, ensuring optimal outcomes for various orthodontic requirements. Crafted from Titanium Grade 5 (Ti-6Al-4V ELI), the material used for the manufacturing is known for its biocompatibility, high strength-to-weight ratio, and corrosion resistance, making it ideal for enduring the stresses of orthodontic procedures.

Standard Orthodontic Micro Implants feature a rounded head for patient comfort, a 0.5mm channel anchor suitable for wires, eyelets, and elastic chains, and a 0.8mm hole in a hex configuration, designed for scaling applications of orthodontic accessories. These implants have a self-piercing tip profile that ensures stability and resistance to immediate orthodontic loads, making them suitable for a wide range of complex cases. They are available in implant diameters of Ø1.5mm and Ø2.0mm, with neck lengths of 1.0mm and 2.0mm, and implant lengths of 6.0mm, 8.0mm, 10.0mm, and 12.0mm.

Cross Head TADs

Cross Head TADs, another variant in our product line, maintain similar structural and functional features with a distinctive cross head (Phillips) design. These implants are available with a diameter of Ø1.5mm, a neck length of 1.0mm, and implant lengths of 6.0mm and 8.0mm. They cater to specific clinical needs, providing secure and effective skeletal anchorage.

Buccal Shelf TADs

Buccal Shelf TADs represent a breakthrough for challenging cases like Class II and Class III malocclusions, molar intrusion, and midline correction. These implants, placed in the mandibular buccal shelf, offer reliable extra-alveolar support, facilitating significant tooth movements without the need for extractions or extensive patient cooperation. Their half-thread, half-smooth body design minimizes surgical interventions and simplifies both insertion and removal procedures. They are available in implant diameters of Ø2.0mm, with a neck length of 4.0mm, and implant lengths of 14.0mm and 16.0mm.

Zygomatic Orthodontic Micro-implant

The Zygomatic Orthodontic Micro-implant is specifically designed to overcome soft tissue irritation, featuring a half-thread, half-smooth body that reduces trauma and inflammation. These implants provide robust anchorage, making them suitable for correcting Class III malocclusions conservatively. The enhanced design ensures minimal patient discomfort and excellent clinical outcomes. They come in implant diameters of Ø2.0mm, with neck lengths of 4.0mm, and implant lengths of 14.0mm and 16.0mm.

Conclusion: Optimizing Orthodontic Treatment with TADs

At GDT Dental Implants, we are committed to delivering exceptional Orthodontic Micro-Implants, enabling dental professionals to achieve exceptional patient outcomes with confidence and ease. Explore our range of high-quality TADs and equip your practice with the best tools for success in orthodontic treatments.


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GDT Dental Implants stands at the forefront of oral implantology in Israel

GDT Dental Implants

GDT Dental Implants stands at the forefront of oral implantology in Israel, committed to offering the most advanced solutions in dental implant technology. We pride ourselves on supplying products of the highest standard to ensure exceptional clinical outcomes.

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