Materials of the Straumann® Dental Implant System
For every indication and every need.
Looking for the long-term proven standard, exceptional strength for reduced invasiveness or metal-free esthetics? In addition to our ground-breaking implant surfaces, we also offer a unique portfolio of different dental implant materials. For every indication and the patient’s specific needs and requirements, you can choose between grade 4 titanium, Roxolid® or zirconia.
More than solid – Roxolid®. Reducing invasiveness.
Roxolid® is a high-performance alloy composed of 15 % zirconium and 85 % titanium, specifically designed by Straumann for use in implant dentistry. It features high tensile strength and excellent osseointegration capabilities, making it the material of choice for reduced invasiveness. Its properties allow for greater confidence and more treatment options through the placement of reduced diameter (Straumann® Bone Level Tapered Implant Ø 2.9 mm) and shorter (Straumann® Standard Plus 4 mm Short Implant) implants, especially in cases where bone augmentation can be avoided.
Higher mechanical strength compared to titanium.1
Preserves bone and less invasive grafting procedures.2,3
More treatment options with smaller implants.
The excellent osseointegration properties of Roxolid® implants in combination with our SLActive® surface9,10 leads to reduced treatment complexity.4-7,11,12
Less invasive treatment plans (= faster healing and less post-operative discomfort) can help to overcome many patient doubts.
The successful use of Roxolid® has been documented in numerous clinical trials with up to 5-year follow-ups.8
Peace of Mind
Special conditions for Roxolid® implants: Straumann® Lifetime+ Guarantee.
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