A component that connects the implant with the prosthesis and protrudes into the oral cavity.
Systematic allocation of the depreciable amount of an intangible asset over its useful life
Associates are those entities over which the Group has significant influence, but neither control nor joint control.
Straumann’s fully synthetic bone substitute for bone augmentation procedures
BONE LEVEL IMPLANT
Implant where the connection between the implant and the abutment is placed at the level of the bone crest
An appliance used to bridge the gap created by missing teeth by using one or more false teeth fixed to crowns anchored to tooth stumps or implants
A transaction/event in which an acquirer obtains control of one or more businesses
Computer Aided Design/Computer Aided Manufacturing, a computer system is used both for designing a product and for controlling manufacturing processes
Compound Annual Growth Rate, annualized growth rate over a multiple year period
Computerized Numerically Controlled lathe used to machine implants and other components
CONSISTENT EMERGENCE PROFILES
Optimized and uniform soft tissue management through prosthetic components
A covering or cap that fits on an abutment and is usually made of metal, ceramic or plastic
Results presented in addition to the figures reported under IFRS to facilitate a like-for-like comparison (Alternative Performance Measures)
Straumann’s self-guiding internal implant-abutment connection, featuring four internal grooves that prevent rotation and ensure precise fit and a conical interface for lasting mechanical stability
A tooth-shaped “cap” restoration attached to a tooth stump or implant abutment
Dental professional who manufactures patient-specific crowns, bridges, dentures and other dental and oral prostheses according to the specifications of the dentist
Systematic allocation of the depreciable amount of a tangible asset
BASIC EARNINGS PER SHARE (EPS)
Net profit attributable to shareholders of Straumann Holding AG divided by the weighted average number of shares outstanding
DILUTED EARNINGS PER SHARE
Net profit attributable to shareholders of Straumann Holding AG divided by the weighted average number of shares outstanding plus the weighted average number of ordinary shares that would be issued on the conversion of all the dilutive potential of outstanding equity instruments into ordinary shares.
Earnings before interest and taxes; also referred to here as operating profit
Earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization
Operating profit (EBIT) divided by group revenues in %
(EP) See compensation report in Straumann’s Annual report
Having fewer teeth than normal, which may include full edentulism
EMDOGAIN (ENAMEL MATRIX DERIVATIVE)
easy-to-use unique gel containing enamel matrix derivative. Straumann® Emdogain® forms a matrix that stimulates cells and processes that are fundamental for tissue regeneration which provides improved long-term clinical results with increased patient comfort.
Branch of dentistry concerned with the etiology, prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases and injuries that affect the dental pulp, tooth root and periapical tissues
Enterprise Resource Planning
Total equity divided by total assets in %
FREE CASH FLOW
Net cash from operating activities less purchase of property, plant and equipment, less purchase of intangible assets, plus net proceeds from property, plant and equipment.
FREE CASH FLOW MARGIN
Free cash flow divided by group revenues in %
Guided Bone Regeneration
Ceramic of lithium disilicate or similar high-performance material that combines strength with translucence; examples include Ivoclar Vivadent’s IPS e.max
Future economic benefits arising from assets that are not capable of being individually identified and separately recognized
Readily absorbing or attracting water, or having chemical groups that interact with water
An impairment loss is the amount by which the carrying amount of an asset or a cash-generating unit exceeds its recoverable value
A pre-fabricated individualized restoration cemented into a tooth to restore its shape.
International Financial Reporting Standards
Subjecting an implant to biting pressure by fitting a temporary/ permanent crown
International Team for Implantology
Subjecting an implant to biting pressure by fitting a temporary/ permanent crown
A barrier used e.g. in GBR to prevent rapidly growing soft tissue from occupying space into which new bone should form, and to stabilize bone augmentation materials
NET PROFIT MARGIN
Net profit divided by group revenues in %
Non-interventional study, designed to evaluate products in everyday clinical settings in a wide range of patients, where the clinician can use the product however deemed suitable, provided that treatment guidelines are followed
Surgical procedure whereby the implant is placed but not covered by the gum tissue during healing, so no second surgical procedure is necessary to uncover the implant
Organic growth is the growth excluding effect from business combinations and currency effects
Branch of dentistry concerned with the correction of misaligned teeth using appliances designed to move the teeth into a more favorable position over a period of time
The integration of an implant with the surrounding bone
An osteoconductive substance has the ability to act as a scaffold to which bone cells can attach, initiating bone growth
A substance with the ability to induce bone growth
Percentage of earnings paid to shareholders of Straumann Holding AG as a dividend
Inflammatory tissue pathology and progressive bone loss at implant site resulting from plaque accumulation and bacterial infiltration around dental implants
Branch of dentistry concerned with the care and treatment of the supporting tissues of the teeth from gingival to the adjacent alveolar bone and ligament
Dental professional specialized in the periodontal tissue and bone surrounding the teeth and in treating diseases that affect them
Progressive disease of the periodontal tissues, which may result in the gradual loss of the tooth and supporting structures
POLYETHYLENE GLYCOL (PEG)
A hydrophilic polymer (macromolecule of repeating units) that interacts with cell membranes and promotes fusion of cells
Purchase Price Allocation; allocation of the purchase price to the assets and liabilities of a business acquired in a business combination
PRE-SHAPED ANATOMIC ABUTMENT
Abutment designed with the anatomical considerations of the periodontal tissue as well as occlusal and functional aspects in mind, and for modification by both the technician and dentist
A dental professional who restores and rehabilitates the dentition, craniofacial, craniomandibular and masticatory function of patients
Randomized controlled trial
Branch of dentistry concerned with the replacement or reconstruction of the dentition
An asset that represents a lessee’s right to use an underlying asset for the lease term.
Return on assets; net profit divided by average assets in %
Return on capital employed; earnings before interest and taxes divided by average capital employed in %
Return on equity; net profit divided by average equity in %
Straumann’s proprietary alloy of titanium and zirconium, which combines high tensile and fatigue strengths with excellent osseointragration - particulary useful in smaller diameter implants.
Implant surface which is sand blasted with Large grit and Acid etched.
TOTAL SHAREHOLDER RETURN (TSR)
Profit or loss realized by an investor for a specific period. TSR includes capital gains/losses from increases/decreases in stock price as well as dividends received.
refers to Straumann’s second-generation implant surface technology introduced in 1998, which – with the exception of SLActive – is the gold standard in terms of osseointegration time.
Straumann’s third-generation implant surface technology with extensive healing potential. It stands for high predictability and accelerated osseointegration. Recent studies show an outstanding clinical performance of SLActive® implants even in very challenging treatment protocols and patients with compromised health.
Subsidiaries are entities controlled by the Group.
TISSUE LEVEL IMPLANT
Implant where the connection between the implant and the abutment is placed at the level of the soft tissue, so that the soft tissue surrounds the polished collar of the implant
Metallic substance isolated from minerals as an iron-gray powder; available in many forms and used in many dental and orthopedic applications
Surgical procedure whereby the implant is inserted and a healing cap placed, which is covered by the gum tissue during healing; a second surgical procedure is performed later, where the healing cap is removed and an abutment and provisional prosthesis placed
Weighted average cost of capital
etkon’s 100% metal-free, biocompatible, full-ceramic zirconium oxide for customized reconstructions ZIRCONIA ZrO2 – the white oxide of zirconium used on account of its infusibility and luminosity in dental prosthetics, enamels and glazes
A grayish-white, strong, ductile metallic element obtained from zircon and used in ceramic and refractory compounds as an alloying agent