The implants in the Straumann® Dental Implant System are used to replace individual teeth, to carry multi-unit bridges, and to attach fixed or removable full dentures:
are partially inserted, with their heads protruding up into the soft gum tissue. They simplify procedures and offer great flexibility with a minimum number of components, thus reducing surgical and prosthetic treatment complexity.
are designed to be fully inserted into the jawbone, offering the flexibility to deliver an optimal esthetic solution.
with proven osseointegration properties: The SLActive® surface is designed to offer shorter healing times, improved bone formation and therefore reduced risk of implant loss.1
High performance material for challenging situations: Roxolid® has been designed to increase reliability and confidence with small diameter implants.
Straumann implants are complemented by a range of standard and custom prosthetic components (abutments), which connect the implant to the crown of the replacement tooth. Straumann supplies the corresponding precision instruments, guided surgery tools and handling components.
1 Straumann® SLActive Scientific Evidence, Fifth Edition, 2010.