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MAGICMOTION : Le mouvement naturel de la prothèse


> Complete Denture possible with only 2 implants mandible or maxilla.

> More convenient treatment procedure

> Long-lasting, easy maintenance, and sufficient retention force

> Prevention of denture damage

> Less force imposed onto implant resulting in better implant and bone health



● A. Reduced chair time and easier procedure
- Requires less surgical time as only two narrow fixtures are placed with one drill regardless of location, maxillary or mandibular.
- Dentures attached to housings are completed at the dental lab and exclude the need to fix them separately in the clinic.
- Use of undercut retention obtains moderate retaining force, lengthens change periods, and shortens chair time.

● B. Prevention of fixture failure
- The abutment does not hinder the (up and down or sliding) movement of denture during occlusion, preventing occlu salforce from being imposed onto the fixtures.
- Patients become aware when denture needs relining, leading to better maintenance and overall condition of denture system.

● C. Correction of fixtures placed in wrong direction
- Inaccurate placement direction is compensated by the abutment and housing attachment design and undercut retention. function is maintained.

● D. Prevent denture damage
- Stress is dissipated onto the soft tissue. Thus, denture housing is not damaged over time.

1. Strong durability allows long term usage

A thesis entitled ‘Compressive Study on Masticatory Pressure of Natural Teeth and Artificial Teeth’ states that the maximum shearing
compressive load is 300N. The average shearing compressive load of IBS implant’s Magic Motion measured 5 tests results in 755N,
which attests that our Magic Motion outlasts other competitor’s overdenture products thanks to its strong durability.


2. Optimal retention force is possible

IBS Magic Motion is optimized to have a retaining force of 7N, which enables both appropriate retention and easy mounting / dismounting.

·A. Silicon O-ring can be frequently damaged if:
   1) Housing is not placed parallel to each other
   2) When placement angulation is greater than the angle of movement allowed by moving head
   3) When housing is placed into denture too deep that it is not precisely attached

· B. Denture can be loose if the denture base does not properly fit the soft tissue of edentulous area.

· C. Denture may not attach to the attachment if the housing is placed too deep within the denture.

- Denture comes off during eating → Retention loss→ replace O-rings.
- Denture feels loose → Stability loss → Re-lining is needed.
- Silicon ring is frequently damaged → Housing Positioner was not used.