Minimally Invasive Method of Implantation- the MIMI® Insertion Protocol
Based on current findings on bone physiology, the MIMI® insertion protocol is a minimally invasive dental implantation procedure without incisions and sutures. In fact, the dogma of "healing by resting" has been refuted. As a matter of fact, bone needs loading, which increases bone mass, while inactivity or healing by resting causes bone mass loss.
In addition, MIMI® differs from other insertion protocols in other aspects. Using CNIP-Navigation, drilling is performed at very low speed in the cortical bone and in the spongy bone, which avoids bone jaw perforation. CNIP in a sagittal/horizontal position can be compared with an endodontic treatment involving a manual preparation of the root canal, avoiding canal perforation. Like a treatment of a less dense nerve canal, for performing a cavity the Conical Triangular Drills are guided through the cortical bone (dense buccal and oral exterior walls) and allow in depth preparation of the spongy bone.
Conical Triangular Drills
With MIMI® insertion protocol, the Conical Triangular Drills allow bone to be removed and also "laterally condensed".
Champions-Implants recommends that you should drill at a maximum rotation speed of 250 min-1 in the cortical bone and at 70 min-1 max. in the spongy bone.
MIMI® Is Not Blind Work.
Dr. Armin Nedjat, the developer of Champions® implants, was focusing on minimally invasive insertion protocols and
developed the standardized MIMI® procedure. For the last 15 years, this method has not only proven its
worth in Germany but also in other countries in Europe as well as e.g. the United States and Asia.
You can find frequently asked questions on MIMI below: