What is bone level implant?

What is bone level implant?

A ‘bone level’ dental implant is advantageous because it sits approximately 3-6 mm below the visible gum line which means that the connection between the implant screw and the restoration sits well below the visible gum margin.

What is Straumann RC?

Implant-abutment connection Bone Level Tapered Implants feature the Straumann® CrossFit® connection. Bone Level Tapered Implants with endosteal diameters of 4.1 mm and 4.8 mm feature the Regular CrossFit® connection (RC). They share the same magenta-colored secondary components.

What is Variobase Straumann?

Variobase® is Straumann’s efficient yet flexible Ti-Base concept offering an unequaled range of restorative options: Choose from single-tooth to fully edentulous indications, find efficient solutions for straightforward or more demanding esthetic cases, and opt for a cement- or screw-retained fixation.

What is synOcta?

The synOcta® prosthetic system offers you the advantages of a reliable, simple and flexible prosthetic solution. The secret of synOcta®’s success exists in the connection between the abutment and the implant. The precise fit of the abutment octagon in the implant octagon allows the abutment to be repositioned.

What is the difference between bone level and tissue level implants?

The difference between the two is that in the Tissue Level, the implant-abutment junction is moved 2-3 mm coronally, from near the bone margin to somewhere in the peri-implant sulcus. To some this was enough to justify a protective function of TL: it takes the junction away from the bone.

What is roxolid?

Roxolid® is a metal alloy composed of ~15 % zirconium and ~85 % titanium and has been specifically designed for use in dental implantology. Titanium-zirconium alloys are stronger than pure titanium and have excellent osseointegration and biocompatibility properties.

What is Variobase?

Straumann® Variobase® offers a variety of treatment options for customized single, multi-tooth and full-arch prosthetic restorations. It brings efficiency by giving dental professionals a choice between the preferred in-lab or chair-side workflow to fabricate the implant restoration.

What is Variobase abutment?

Variobase Abutments is an extremely safe and accurate technique for Cementation of the Crowns and Bridges over Dental Implants in Dental offices.

How much do you torque Straumann implants?

All Straumann® permanent abutments are torqued in at 35 Ncm; all occlusal Straumann screws are torqued in at 15 Ncm.