The Straumann® implant portfolio

Morse taper (tissue level) and CrossFit® connections (bone level and tissue level) are designed to deliver a secure and precise fit between Straumann implants and abutments. On every level – reliability, simplicity, specialization – Straumann delivers.

Confidence On Every Level

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.

The Standard Implant

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.

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Standard Plus

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.

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Tapered Effect

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.

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Bone Level

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

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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).