Roxolid® for All

For the Surgeon.  For the Restorative Doctor.  For the Patient. Differentiating Your Practice.

Do you have patients who:

  • Said no to implants due to grafting procedures, time and cost?
  • Will need implants in function longer due to extended life expectancy?
  • Are more readily accepting implant treatment and would benefit from today's advanced technology?

What does Roxolid® for All mean for you and your patients?

Roxolid was initially designed to offer more confidence when placing small diameter implants and to help increase patient acceptance of implant treatment. Roxolid Ø3.3 implants were just the beginning.  

Case courtesy of Mariano Polack, DDS, MS and Joseph Arzadon, MD, DDS. Virginia, USA

Today, Roxolid for All expands to all diameters the advanced combination of the Roxolid material, the SLActive® surface technology, and the NEW Loxim™ transfer piece for simplified implant handling. These award winning technologies are designed to increase your treatment options and to help increase patient acceptance of implant therapy.

Roxolid® for All with the Loxim™ transfer piece is designed to provide you with confidence in all cases, the flexibility of more treatment options, help increasing patient acceptance of implant treatment, improved osseointegration properties1 and efficient implant placement through simplified handling.

Case courtesy of Dr. Robert Miller, Plantation, FL

Roxolid for all implants are an option when faced with the following clinical situations:

  • Limited bone availability
  • Narrow interdental space
  • Cases in which you want to preserve as much of the available bone as possible
  • Cases in which you want reduce treatment complexity

Just imagine the possibilities for your practice with Roxolid:

  • Treating more patients with implant dentistry through the treatment options available thanks to Roxolid for All
  • Having higher patient acceptance of implants with the help of Roxolid in reducing treatment complexity and treatment time
  • Providing a solution that can increase the confidence of the entire implant treatment team – surgeon, restorative doctor, and lab


1Gottlow J, et al. Evaluation of a new titanium-zirconium dental implant: a biomechanical and histological comparative study in the mini pig. Clin Imp Dent Relat Res. 2012 Aug;14(4):538-545.