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William R Wagner, Richard L Lariviere, Scott D Slabbekoorn: Spinal disk implant and implantation kit. Calcitek, Gregory Garmong, Donald R Greene, Saul Leitner, April 26, 1994: US05306309 (770 worldwide citation)

A spinal disk implant comprises a solid body having four faces arranged to define a right-rectangular solid body and two faces that define the ends of the solid body. The faces that define the right-rectangular body include two opposed side faces and two opposed transverse faces. The transverse face ...


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William R Wagner, Richard L Lariviere, Scott D Slabbekoorn: Spinal disk implantation kit. Sulzer Calcitek, Philip S Lyren, November 4, 1997: US05683464 (451 worldwide citation)

A spinal disk implant comprises a solid body having four faces arranged to define a right-rectangular solid body and two faces that define the ends of the solid body. The faces that define the right-rectangular body include two opposed side faces and two opposed transverse faces. A kit that may be u ...


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Howard J Senter, William R Wagner, Richard L Lariviere: Spinal disk implant. Calcitek, Gregory Garmong, Donald R Greene, Saul Leitner, April 26, 1994: US05306307 (406 worldwide citation)

A spinal disk implant is implanted between vertebrae of the human spine following discectomy. The implant comprises a solid body having four sides and a pair of spaced-apart, opposed bases. The four sides include spaced-apart, opposed anterior and posterior faces, and a pair of spaced-apart, opposed ...


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Alan R Balfour, Donald E Hendricks: Endosseous implant system wtih captured screw. Calcitek, John R Merkling, May 11, 1993: US05209666 (85 worldwide citation)

An endosseous dental implant system comprising an artificial root and a canted coronal section. Interposed between the artificial root and the canted coronal section is an intermediate post having a locking formation adjacent both the coronal section and the artificial root. A floating screw is capt ...


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William R Wagner, Brooks Story: Dental implant having multiple textured surfaces. Sulzer Calcitek, Philip S Lyren, Kenneth S Barrow, November 23, 1999: US05989027 (79 worldwide citation)

A dental implant (10) for osseointegration in alveolar bone. The implant includes an annular shoulder (18) and a plurality of splines (32) extending axially therefrom for interdigitated engagement with similar splines of an abutment for supporting a tooth prosthesis. The bone-engaging surface (22) o ...


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Jeffrey D Leuschen, Donald E Hendricks: Sterile packaging for dental implant system. Calcitek, John R Merkling, November 29, 1994: US05368160 (63 worldwide citation)

A sterile delivery system for a dental implant comprising a vial and cap with a detachable driver. The dental implant is secured to the driver by a screw. Once the implant has been secured in the jaw of a patient, the driver is removed and the screw is replaced on the implant root portion as a heali ...


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William R Wagner, Jeffrey A Bassett: Abutment delivery system. Sulzer Calcitek, Philip S Lyren, Kenneth S Barrow, August 8, 2000: US06099311 (60 worldwide citation)

A device for retaining and delivering dental implant components includes a retainer-delivery member which may be pivotally attached to a handle member and selectively detached therefrom. The retainer-delivery member has a plurality of multi-sized stepped down portions for hands-off insertion into, a ...


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Brooks J Story: Dental implant having a force distribution shell to reduce stress shielding. Sulzer Calcitek, Philip S Lyren, February 27, 2001: US06193516 (54 worldwide citation)

A dental implant that reduces the potential for stress shielding. The dental implant utilizes an implant body that includes a metallic core and a shell disposed about the metallic core. The shell is made from a material that has a lower modulus of elasticity than the metallic core. The metallic core ...


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Jeffrey A Bassett, Peter S Armstrong, Carl W Pettersen, Philip S Lyren: Two-piece dental abutment with removable cuff. Sulzer Calcitek, Philip S Lyren, Kenneth S Barrow, January 11, 2000: US06012923 (52 worldwide citation)

A two-piece dental abutment having a cuff portion that is removable from a upper portion. The cuff is made from a material different than the upper portion.


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Thomas H Day, Robert L Riley, Kermit Stott: Dental implant positioning guide. Sulzer Calcitek, Philip S Lyren, March 2, 1999: US05876204 (50 worldwide citation)

A dental positioning guide has two pins connected to a hub section. The pins may be rotated to a plurality of angular positions.