Straumann® Tissue Level Implant Line

A true icon of implant dentistry.

Designed for one-stage surgery to simplify handling and reduce treatment complexity, this implant line goes beyond bone maintenance – it preserves peri-implant health. Straightforward to place, restore and maintain and designed to respect the biological distance, Straumann® Tissue Level implants with SLA® surface showed the lowest odds ratio of developing peri-implantitis after 9 years in an independent large-scale clinical study1. With more than 40 years of innovation and outstanding clinical performance2-5 it’s one of the best documented implant systems on the market today. 


Mimics natural anatomy, respecting the biological distance in all dimensions. Optimized crestal bone preservation with Bone Control Design™.


High predictability, shorter healing times and enhanced bone regeneration even at compromised sites with SLActive®.


Reduced invasiveness thanks to smaller implants with our high-performance material Roxolid®.


Simplified treatment and increased efficiency in daily practice.


Flexibility and reliability thanks to the synOcta® connection. Easier handling with the Loxim™ Transfer Piece. 


Greatly facilitated thanks to prosthetic margin at tissue level.

Guided Surgery

Also available as guided implants.


Built-in emergence profile facilitates soft tissue management. 

Straumann® Standard Implant

The pioneer in one-stage surgery.

The Straumann® Standard Implant – a pioneer in transgingival healing – is especially suitable for classic one-stage surgery and a proven solution for predictable treatment outcomes in all indications. It features the synOcta® connection and is used with the corresponding prosthetic components (Straumann® synOcta portfolio and Straumann® Solid Abutment). Its machined neck of 2.8 mm is optimal for a thick mucosa in classic single-stage procedures where the implant is placed at soft tissue level for transgingival healing. 

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Straumann® Standard Plus Implant

A flexible solution for more options.

The Straumann® Standard Plus Implant was designed for optimal esthetics in the anterior region, whilst still respecting the biologic width. Particularly when esthetic demands are high, its shorter machined neck of 1.8 mm provides high flexibility in soft tissue management, allowing for trans-, semi- and sub-gingival healing. 

Straumann® Standard Plus 4 mm Short Implant

A new world of possibilities.

The Straumann® Standard Plus Short (SPS) Implant, with a length of only 4 mm, is the shortest screw-type implant with internal connection on the market. It offers new, less invasive treatment options in cases with limited bone height where a bone reconstruction prior to implant treatment is not desired.6 Extra short drills, taps, and a drill stop system facilitate surgical procedures and enhance patient comfort. As a part of the Soft Tissue Level/Roxolid®/SLActive® implant portfolio, it includes all of the great features and benefits that have made the entire line so successful. Clinical studies7 show that short implants perform as well as longer implants – thanks to Straumann's advanced material and surface properties.

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Straumann® Standard Plus Narrow Neck CrossFit® Implant

Confidence in confined spaces.

With its Ø 3.3 mm endosteal diameter, the Straumann® Standard Plus Narrow Neck CrossFit® (NNC) Implant is the implant of choice for narrow interdental spaces or narrow bone ridges, while still respecting the biologic width. High mechanical strength allows this implant to be placed in the anterior and premolar area for all different types of restorations. No splinting with other implants is needed. The thread pitch of 0.8 mm is designed for excellent primary stability. In contrast to other members of the “Standard Plus” product family, the NNC features the self-guiding internal CrossFit® connection at soft tissue level. The Ø 3.5 mm prosthetic platform allows for a wide range of restorative options.

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