The Straumann® Bone Level Tapered Implant ∅2.9 mm

Over 6 million people, or approximately 2% of the population, in the United States have one or both of the maxillary lateral incisors missing1. The reduced interdental space of the lateral maxillary and mandibular incisors can be challenging to treat. The Straumann® BLT ∅2.9 mm implant is designed to treat these patients while providing peace of mind.

*Compared to SLA

Perfect Combination of Shape and Strength

  • Roxolid® is a metal alloy composed of 15% zirconium and 85% titanium. The combination of these two metals leads to a material with a higher tensile* and fatigue strength2 than comparable titanium implants.
  • SLActive® –  Designed to maximize treatment success and predictability in stability critical treatment protocols
  • Apically tapered – Overcomes anatomical restrictions and is designed to enable placement in under-prepared sites

 

Natural-Looking Esthetics

Designed to complement the anatomy of the teeth

  • Oval shape for soft tissue management
  • Consistent emergence profile
  • Small Crossfit® design  delivers simplified handling and assurance that the abutment is seated properly

 

Peace of Mind

  • A strong and reliable treatment option 
  • All Straumann final abutments are torqued in at 35 Ncm eliminating confusion and provides consistency
  • Roxolid® Lifetime+ Straumann Guarantee®

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*Data on file.

1 Symons AL., Stritzel F., Stauation J. Anomaties associated with hypodontia of the permanent lateral incisor ans second premolar. J Clin Pediatr

Dent. 1993 Winter; 17(2): 109-11.2 

2 Medvedev A, Molotnikov A, Lapovok R, Zeller R, Berner S., Habersetzer P, Dalla Torre S. (2016). Microstructure and mechanical properties of Ti-15Zr alloy used as dental implant material. Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials, In Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available online 11 May 2016.