Areas of Application

The implant is the artificial tooth roots that are placed in the jawbone, to serve instead of the missing teeth. They are usually made of titanium and are produced using the state-of-the-art technologies. Titanium is a metal that has been used safely in many areas of medicine for centuries because its texture harmony is very good. Today, screw-shaped implants are the most popular ones.


Thanks to the implant concept placed flush with the bone, it can be completed as single-stage surgery by using two-stage or healing caps (standard or aesthetic) by using closure screw, if desired.


Self-tapered implant systems come to the fore thanks to ease of use in closed sinus lifting applications.


Image of gingiva around the implant following the healing cap application. The special design of the neck areaof theimplant is intended to create a maximum gum attachment.