conical dental implant / titanium / internal hexagon
NobelActive

Add to MyMedicalExpo favorites
Compare this product
conical dental implant / titanium / internal hexagon conical dental implant / titanium / internal hexagon - NobelActive
{{requestButtons}}

Characteristics

  • Configuration:

    conical

  • Material:

    titanium

  • Connection:

    internal hexagon

  • Implant diameter:

    Min.: 3 mm (0.12 in)

    Max.: 5.5 mm (0.22 in)

  • Implant length:

    Min.: 7 mm (0.28 in)

    Max.: 18 mm (0.71 in)

Description

NobelActive®
An implant like no other.

The unique implant design for high primary stability and esthetic excellence.
Smiles supported by science
Choose NobelActive for implants – with more than 10 years of clinical experience and a mean survival rate of 98.5%* in over 41 studies, which evaluated over 14,300 implants in over 2,600 patients.1 NobelActive allows for immediate function, and improved patient satisfaction for function, esthetics, sense, speech and self-esteem.
Expand your patient services with NobelActive implants
NobelActive implants help you achieve high primary stability when you’re dealing with soft bone, extraction sockets, or the esthetic region. They're particularly suitable for more demanding situations that require immediate implant placement or immediate function.NobelActive 3.0 implants for when there's limited space
NobelActive 3.0 is specifically designed for narrow-space situations, such as lower incisors, that previously were unsuitable for conventional implants.NobelActive WP
(Wide Platform)
Replacing single-unit molars can be challenging, even though it's often necessary. Now you have an option specifically designed for posterior cases that require a wider base.Choose from a wide range of prosthetic options
NobelActive supports the comprehensive range of NobelProcera CAD/CAM dental prosthetics as well as Nobel Biocare's range of prefabricated abutments.Improved workflow with PureSet Trays
Choose the All-in-one NobelActive and NobelParallel CC PureSet tray to aid switching between implant systems.