Kick-starting year-long celebrations of the innovations that have led Nobel Biocare to be “First for 50 Years”, a new complete, cement-free treatment concept was unveiled at IDS Cologne, promising exciting new possibilities for implant treatment.
Developed specifically to address common challenges faced when restoring molar teeth, the complete posterior solution consists of the new 5.5mm NobelActive® WP implant and NobelParallel® Conical Connection (CC) system.
Designed for optimised emergence profiles, both implant systems are intended for immediate function and ensure improved stability and longevity of implant treatment.
The new NobelProcera® Full-Contour Zirconia (FCZ) Implant Crown is the key restorative component of the complete posterior solution. Screw-retained and available with an Angulated Screw-Channel (ASC) abutment, the FCZ avoids the risks associated with cement excess while offering remarkable strength and flexible access.
Richard Laube, Nobel Biocare CEO, commented:
“This year we are marking fifty years since the late Per-Ingvar Brånemark placed the very first titanium dental implants. Nobel Biocare is proud to continue playing an important role in developing original treatment concepts to help restore quality of life for millions of patients. The innovations featured in our new complete posterior solution build on our heritage by further helping dental professionals to treat more patients better.”
For more information, contact Nobel Biocare on 0208 756 3300 or visit www.nobelbiocare.com
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