Bone Level Implant

The Straumann® Bone Level Implant has a cylindrical outer contour. The core is cylindrical in the apical region, becoming slightly conical in the coronal part of the implant leading to a mild taper. The implant features a thread to the top (identical thread as on the Straumann® Tapered Effect Implant) for extensive interlocking with the bone. This design aims at providing excellent primary stability in all indications.1

The Bone Level implant features a conical-cylindrical connection, the CrossFit® connection, to connect with its corresponding prosthetic CrossFit® components from the Bone Level product portfolio.

Features & benefits

Bone Control Design™
 

Optimize crestal bone preservation by adhering to biological principles

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Consistent Emergence Profiles™

Experience simplified soft tissue management from start to finish

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CrossFit® Connection
 

Feel the fit of the self-guiding connection

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Surgical indications

The implant for confidence and esthetics at bone level
Most common clinical situations Straumann® Bone Level
Anterior region Highly recommended
Posterior region Recommended
Small interdental space Highly recommended
Thin mucosa biotype Highly recommended
Thick mucosa biotype Recommended
Bone augmentation with
simultaneous implant placement
Highly recommended
Submerged healing Highly recommended
Non-submerged healing Recommended
Immediate implant placement in
extraction socket
Highly recommended
Internal sinus lift Recommended

Please note that the size limitations according to the instructions for use of each Straumann® product apply and must be observed. Each Straumann® product must be used in accordance with the instructions for use provided by Straumann. It is the practitioner’s responsibility to use the device in accordance with these instructions for use and to determine if the device fits the individual patient situation.

Our Bone Level Implant is also available as a guided implant. The guided and standard implants are identical and use the same prosthetic components, but feature a different transfer piece.

1 Takeshi Toyoshima et al. Primary Stability of a Hybrid Self-Tapping Implant Compared to a Cylindrical Non-Self-Tapping Implant with Respect to Drilling Protocols in an Ex Vivo Model. Clin Implant Dent Relat Res. 2011 Mar;13(1):71-8.