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Neoss ProActive® Narrow

Flexible & strong

The Neoss ProActive Narrow Ø3.25 is one of few Ø3.25mm and smaller diameter implants that is designed for both single teeth and bridges. It delivers excellent primary stability, even in compromised sites, and can be used for Immediate loading after insertion.

Why Neoss ProActive® Narrow


This Narrow Ø3.25mm implant is the only smaller diameter implant that is designed for both single teeth and bridges. It is available with a wide range of prosthetic solutions including CAD/CAM, ceramic, patient individual, and prepable abutments.


The Neoss ProActive Narrow ∅3.25 implant design provides high fatigue strength and is amongst the strongest available with high fatigue strength values of over 200 N.1 Warranty data over 20+ years has demonstrated an unparalleled low fracture rate for all Neoss implants.1


Although smaller, the Neoss ProActive Narrow ∅3.25 implant has the same high-strength implant connectivity design as all Neoss implants. Screwdriver compatibility and drilling protocols reduce the number of extra instruments necessary.

Placement and stability

The universal Thread Cutting and Forming (TCF) design of the implant ensures suitability for all bone qualities. Thanks to this design, it delivers excellent primary stability, even in compromised sites, and can be used for immediate loading after insertion.


Supplied with the Neoss ProActive surface, this Narrow ∅3.25 implant offers treatment options in poor bone qualities and immediate extraction sites when accelerated osseointegration is desirable, as indicated in in-vivo studies.


The Neoss ProActive Narrow implant features a smaller dimensional version of the NeoLoc internal connection with a dedicated and extensive Ø3.25 abutment assortment.

  • “ The great strength of the Neoss 3.25 implant allows me to use it in the anterior region in combination with other diameters with complete confidence, even for full-arch restorations. The easy integration with other implants from the same manufacturer is proof of engineering tailored to my clinical needs. “
  • “ With no other implant system have we achieved such perfect long-term results. With narrow bones, we are just as effective with the 3.25 as with larger-sized implants. “
  • “ Neoss 3.25mm implants are particularly indicated for "immediate function" method and the studies we have carried out confirm their reliability. Of course it is necessary to follow a strict protocol of implant stability control by using a device that measures the "implant resonance frequency “

The Neoss ProActive surface

The Neoss ProActive surface has demonstrated faster and stronger osseointegration compared to a blasted implant surface in in-vivo studies.1

The surface is achieved by subjecting the commercially pure titanium implant to a multistage blasting, etching, and super hydrophilicity treatment, which enables the implant to achieve a high level of wettability. As a result, Neoss ProActive Implants have a super hydrophilic surface.

The rougher surface on the threaded implant body stimulates bone to form more rapidly and with greater strength at the implant surface, allowing for earlier loading protocols.

The Neoss ProActive production process and packaging minimizes the already low carbon content on the surface, maximizing surface energy.

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    Case Report: Neoss ProActive® ∅ 3.25 implants supporting a fixed bridge, Dr. Ilhan Uzel, USA
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    Product Sheet: Neoss ProActive® Straight NP ∅3.25 Implant
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  1. Neoss data on file.
  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. Renouard F, Nisand D. Short implants in the severely resorbed maxilla: a 2-year retrospective clinical study. Clin Implant Dent Relat Res. 2005;7 Suppl 1:S104–10.
  4. Meredith N; A review of implant design, geometry and placement. Appl Osseointgrated Res 2008 6 pp 6–12.