radix Bone Level Implant

Usability in complex aesthetic cases is well predictable

Overview

radix Bone Level Implant: Implant without supracrestal elements and which is completely sunk into bone level.

For one- and two-stage implant placement. If hard and/or soft tissue have to be augmented.

Preferred in the anterior and premolar region – e.g. with a high smile line and thin gingiva.

Characteristics

  • The radix implants are first gently conditioned with zirconium oxide particles.
  • Then they are structured through acid treatment. The implants are treated according to validated processes.
  • Grade 4 titanium is an inert biocompatible material that is roughened on the surface to support osseointegration of the implant.

Grade 4 titanium | surfaces

Structure