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La magie derrière le nouvel implant – la nouvelle référence en matière d’implants coniques

Matériau révolutionnaire Roxolid®

Réduire l’invasivité avec des implants plus courts

  • Options de traitement supplémentaires
  • Meilleure adhésion du patient
  • Performance validée cliniquement

Extrémité apicale de forme conique

Excellente stabilité primaire, même en cas de situation osseuse compromise

  • Filetage jusqu’à la région apicale, pour un engagement précoce
  • Auto taraudant lorsque les sites ont une ostéotomie sous-dimensionnée
  • Respectueux de la structure anatomique avec son extrémité apicale arrondie

Prévisibilité maximale grâce à la surface SLActive®

Prévisibilité optimale

  • Un traitement plus sûr et plus rapide en 3 à 4 semaines pour toutes les indications3-11
  • Meilleure prévisibilité de traitement lors de protocoles complexes12-17
  • Répondez à la demande de votre patientèle: en élargissant le potentiel des traitements18

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Science & preuves cliniques

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Cas cliniques

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Infographie

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Témoignages

Prof. Andreas Stavopoulos, Malmö University
Prof. Chatchai Kunavisarut, Mahidol University, Bangkok
Prof. Dr. Ronald Jung, Zurich University

Dr. David Cochran, University of Texas, USA

Dr. Jean-Louis Zadikian, Paris, France

Dr. Paolo Casentini, University of Milan, Italy
Dr. Sergio Paiano, Private Practitioner, Italy

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