As the company that pioneered single-stage tissue-level implants, Straumann has a strong track record in, and vision for dental implantology. Precision is the hallmark of the Straumann product portfolio. From Bone Control Design® to the implant-abutment connections, Straumann products are manufactured to meticulous specifications.
Classic soft tissue level implant
Straumann Standard implants feature a smooth neck of 2.8mm in height and are well-suited for single-stage procedures, where the implant is placed at the soft tissue level and left uncovered during the healing phase. A streamlined tissue level prosthetic portfolio – featuring the solid abutment – provides a seamless transition into implant dentistry.
For flexible placement
Straumann Standard Plus implants consist of a smooth neck of 1.8mm in height that allows flexible coronoapical implant placement in combination with trans- or sub-gingival healing.
For immediate placement
The anatomical design of Straumann Tapered Effect implants combines a cylindrical shape of the apex and a conical shape at the coronal aspect of the implant site – making it suitable for immediate or early implantation following extraction or tooth loss.
Expertise at bone level
A diverse abutment portfolio with extraordinary design features offers clinicians confidence and treatment flexibility. Straumann Bone Level implants are suitable for bone level treatments in combination with trans- or sub-gingival healing. Results of a randomized, controlled, multicenter clinical study show that the Straumann bone level implant exhibited excellent crestal bone maintenance and a high survival rate of 99.2%.1
NEW! The Straumann Dental Implant System now includes the Straumann Bone Level Tapered Implant. This new implant is designed to deliver primary stability in all bone classes making them ideal for immediate placement and loading2 even in challenging protocols.
1 Cordaro L et al. Submerged vs non-submerged healing of implants for single ooth replacement in the esthetic zone. Two year results from a multicenter RCT. Oral presentation at the 19ty Annual Scientific Meeting of the European Association of Osseointegration, 7-9 October 2010, Glasgow (UK).
2 When good primary stability is achieved.