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Material inovador Roxolid®

Menos invasivo com implantes curtos

  • Mais opções de tratamento
  • Maior aceitação por parte dos pacientes
  • Performance clinicamente validada

Implante cônico
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Excelente estabilidade primária mesmo em situações ósseas comprometidas

  • Rosca completa até ao vértice para encaixe precoce
  • Auto-perfurante em locais não preparados
  • Proteção das estruturas anatómicas com ponta arredondada

Superfície SLActive® com previsibilidade máxima

Previsibilidade no seu melhor nível

  • Tratamentos mais seguros e mais rápidos em 3-4 semanas em todas as indicações3-11
  • Maior previsibilidade do tratamento em protocolos críticos12-17
  • Além de pacientes saudáveis: Alargando o potencial de tratamento18

Experimente a sensação

Obtenha 50% de desconto na compra de 2 implantes BLT Roxolid SLA.

Registe-se e o nosso delegado comercial irá visitá-lo para emprestar o instrumental cirúrgico necessário*.

*Uma oferta válida por cliente/prospect e máximo de 2 implantes por pedido.

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