More than efficient. A simple procedure.

The Straumann® Soft Tissue Level Implants are designed to simplify treatment. The one-stage surgical procedure will allow you to save time and increase efficiency in your practice. Cover a wide range of indications with 3 different implant lines – Standard, Standard Plus and Tapered Effect.

Flexible and reliable with the synOcta® connection

  • The internal octagon: Secure and flexible (re)positioning of individual abutments in the implant
  • Morse taper connection: Uniform load distribution and reliable, stable implant-to-abutment joints prevent rotation

Take advantage of the easy accessibility to the implant by working at soft tissue level

  • Lean prosthetic portfolio supported by the implant design
  • Simple impression taking and abutment placement thanks to the connection at soft tissue level

Innovative surfaces

  • SLA®, the reliable and scientifically well-documented surface, with predictable long-term clinical data3,4
  • SLActive®, the next generation in implant surface technology reduces the critical healing period down to 3 – 4 weeks5 and minimizes the potential for early implant failure

Optimized crestal bone preservation with Bone Control Design™

  • Respects the biological distance/width
  • Optimal position of smooth and rough surface interface
  • Microgap control
  • Biomechanical implant design
  • Implant surface osteoconductivity

Well-proven new materials

  • Titanium Grade 4
  • Roxolid®: A titanium-zirconium alloy stronger than titanium6,7 and specifically designed for the use in dental implantology

References

3 Fischer K., Stenberg T. al ‘Prospective 10-year Cohort Study Based on a Randomized Controlled Trial (RCT) on Implant-Supported Full-Arch Maxillary Prostheses. Part 1: Sandblasted and Acid-Etched Implants and Mucosal Tissue.’ Clin Implant Dent Relat Research. 2012 Dec;14(6):808-15 4 Fischer K, Stenberg T. ‘Prospective 10-year cohort study based on a randomized, controlled clinical trial (RCT) on implant-supported full-arch maxillary prostheses. Part II: Prosthetic outcomes and maintenance.’ Clin Implant Dent Relat Research.. 2013 Aug;15(4):498-508 5 Oates TW. et al. ‘Enhanced implant stability with a chemically modified SLA® surface: a randomized pilot study.’ Int. J. Oral Maxillofac. Implants. 2007;22(5):755–760. 6 Norm ASTM F67 (states min. tensile strength of annealed titanium). 7 Data on file for Straumann cold-worked titanium and Roxolid® Implants.