The self-condensing abilities of NobelActive™ implants
deliver advantages in all types of bone and in compromised situations, especially in softer bone.
don't cut through bone like conventional implants, they gently press through it like a corkscrew.
This bone condensing capability delivers high initial stability. The narrow neck is designed to
preserve marginal bone and promote long-lasting soft tissue stability.
The self-drilling ability of NobelActive™ implants
allows it to be inserted into sites prepared to a reduced depth. This is useful where sites are close to vital anatomical structures:
the mandibular nerve canal or the maxillary sinus, and nose cavity for instance.
This means you can be confident of accurate placement while having a minimally invasive procedure.
The unique combination of design features of NobelActive™ implants
is derived from thorough investigation into the bio-mechanical dynamics of hard and soft tissues surrounding dental implants.
NobelActive™ offers unique advantages
High initial stability, even in compromised bone situations
extremely high stability in fresh extraction sites and sites with thin sinus floors
minimal osteotomy with minor trauma to bone and surrounding tissues
Bone condensing property
Redirecting capability for optimal placement
Dual-function prosthetic connection
high initial stability, even in compromised bone situations & redirecting capability for optimal placement
The expanding tapered body with double variable thread design and apical drilling blades delivers high initial stability
and enables experienced clinicians to actively change implant direction for optimal restorative position.
bone condensing property
The expanding tapered body and double variable thread design of NobelActive™ produces
a gradual bone-condensing property, illustrated here using a checkerboard background representing bone.
NobelActive™ implant design
create a hole for the dental implant.
insert an implant in the prepared hole
close the gum by suture
temporary crowns while waiting for laboratory fabrication of permanent crowns