Neoss ProActive Implants
The Neoss ProActive® Implant design, which today includes Straight and Tapered implants, has been used widely throughout the world over the past 14 years, and is based on extensive research and development.
The Neoss® Implant System provides solutions for a wide variety of clinical indications and treatment protocols with a rationalized assortment including short, wide and narrow implants and abutment level restorations.
Market leading functionality and performance
Surgical placement - high primary stability
One of the core competencies within Neoss® is the know-how of combining implant design, surface characteristics, and drill protocols to achieve high primary stability in all bone qualities. This allows for secure and predictable implant placement in challenging indications ranging from immediate loading (in combination with grafting procedures) to the treatment of patients with risk factors.
Biologic response - high secondary stability
The Neoss ProActive® surface is designed to reduce marginal bone loss1 and optimize stability and osseointegration. The Neoss ProActive® surface has demonstrated faster and stronger osseointegration (when compared to blasted surfaces).2
The clinical performance of the Neoss® implant system is well documented with warranty data collected for more than 10 years that demonstrates less than one fractured implant per 10,000.3 NeoLoc®, the unique Neoss® implant to abutment connection, featuring an interference fit, provides an outstanding implant pillar with a high clamping force that resists micro movement and long-term fatigue.4
Ease of use
- Comprehensive implant range and implant kit - The Neoss® range consists of a large variety of designs, diameters and lengths, and an implant kit that includes a cover screw and two healing abutments, which provide surgical flexibility and efficient treatment.
- One connection – The concept of the ONE and the same CONNECTION for all implant diameters is the ideal solution to assist in a smooth procedure for the whole dental team; one surgical tray, one insertion tool, one screwdriver connection, one impression size, one abutment connection size!
- Treatment guidance and predictability – The Neoss PenguinRFA system provides accurate and objective measurements of implant stability, serving as a reliable support when taking decisions influencing the treatment protocol.
The Neoss® Implant System offers a reliable and cost-effective treatment with minimal complications as demonstrated by the wide range of supporting clinical data.
A system where geometry and features are designed with a clinical purpose in mind – Intelligent simplicity!
1. Sennerby L, Persson LG, Berglundh T, Wennerberg A, Lindhe J. Implant stability during initiation and resolution of experimental periimplantitis: an experimental study in the dog. Clin Implant Dent Relat Res. 2005;7(3):136–40. 2. Gottlow J & Sennerby L, 2010. ‘Influence of surface and implant design on stability of five commercial titanium implants. A Biomedical study in the rabbit’, AO Meeting, Post 83. 3. Warranty data up to 2013 on file. 4. Fatigue Performance according to ISO 14801, Neoss Sponsored Report.