We help you and your patients to prevent, diagnose and treat peri-implant diseases by a range of state-of-the-art products and personalized treatment guidelines. This leads to healthy peri-implant conditions, broadened treatment options, and predictable treatment success and helps save time and costs for you and your patient. Straumann® Implant Health is the first holistic industry offering covering solutions from implant planning and placement to all the steps of implant maintenance.
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Offer a broad range of dental solutions and services to prevent, diagnose and treat peri-implantitis. Expand treatment spectrum by confidence in mastering challenging situations.
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