Become A Certified MIDI® Doctor
The MIDI® technique simplifies the implant procedure. There is no need to open the dental flap, which minimises the risk of trauma to the tissue, meaning subsequent stitches do not have to be removed. This can be done using implants consisting of one or two pieces, though this technique is primarily suitable for one-piece implants seeing as they are a sensible base for taking denture impressions and for ensuring a speedy, simpler and efficient procedure.
The MIDI® technique is clean and reliable for both the professional and the patient alike. With hardly any bleeding, you have a clean post-op area. It reinforces the professional standing of the individual who carries out the operation, and it means the doctor is able to make optimum use of his or her time. Flapless, impressions taken quickly and dentures inserted instantly.
- With the MIDI® technique, the bone determines the implant's direction, angle and its position, and this in turn makes the implant and rehabilitation procedure simpler. It is possible to treat extremely narrow bones adequately using the MIDI® technique.
- The MIDI® technique allows us to reduce the number of instruments used during the operation, it makes performing the procedure easier and we make the operation more cost effective by saving costs on equipment and implant components.
- The MIDI® technique yields outstanding results during surgery and post-op in that we keep pain and inflammations suffered by the patient to a minimum, which enhances the doctor's own professional status.
- By becoming a qualified MIDI® doctor, you will enter into an exclusive group of doctors where you will enjoy a number of benefits as well as all the marketing MIDI® carries out all over the world for doctors professionally certified as MIDI® specialists.
- Less spent on prosthetic components and accessories.
- Simple insertion means the operation takes less time, which improves cost effectiveness.
- Transgingival insertion of the dentures with no need to open the gum.
- Easy to ensure the hygiene and safety of the patient.
- Less odour.
- Easy to remove and change should the implant be lost.
- Surgical prosthetics procedures made simpler.
- Minimum damage to bones and mucous.
- Easier insertion and easier main adjustment, which allows you to insert the dentures immediately.
- Easier to position, to cut and to angle.
- Cementable, neither screws nor intermediate components required, better transfer of occlusal loads.
- Implants easily inserted in risk patients.