Iconic Tissue Level meets Immediacy.
The design of the Straumann® TLX Implant takes into account key biological principles of hard and soft tissue healing.
Designed for immediate protocols
Fully tapered implant design for optimized primary stability combined with the predictability of Tissue Level Implant. A narrow implant diameter option, 3.75 mm for all indications
Reduced risk of nesting bacteria. Optimized cleansability with the connection at the soft-tissue level. Immediate soft-tissue attachment preservation
Simplicity and efficiency
A one-stage process with restoration at soft-tissue level allows you to use chair time more efficiently. Ease of restoration even in the posterior region. Highly efficient treatment protocol thanks to straightforward conventional and digitally integrated workflows
Dynamic bone management
Redistribution of native bone and control over insertion torque
Swiss precision and quality with Roxolid® material and SLActive® surface
Straumann® TLX Digital Connectivity
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6 Patients treated with dental implants after surgery and radio-chemotherapy of oral cancer. Heberer S, Kilic S, Hossamo J, Raguse J-D, Nelson K. Rehabilitation of irradiated patients with modified and conventional sandblasted, acid-etched implants: preliminary results of a split-mouth study. Clin. Oral Impl. Res. 22, 2011; 546–551.
7 Straumann (2016). SLActive® supports enhanced bone formation in a minipig surgical GBR model with coronal circumferential defects. Unpublished data.
8 Norm ASTM F67 (states min. tensile strength of annealed titanium); data on file for Straumann cold-worked titanium and Roxolid® implants.
9 Maniura K. Laboratory for Materials – Biology Interactions Empa, St. Gallen, Switzerland. Protein and blood adsorption on Ti and TiZr implants as a model for osseointegration. EAO 22nd Annual Scientific Meeting; October 17–19; 2013; Dublin.