Maintained Peri-implant Health
A tight Soft-Tissue Seal plays a crucial role in maintaining peri-implant health in the long term. If a dental implant does not create sufficient soft-tissue adaptation, pathogenic bacteria can bypass the epithelial barrier and infiltrate the inner body, leading to biological complications and marginal bone loss, among other issues.
Unique Soft-Tissue Seal
The combination of the soft-tissue-level design and the implant material allows a firm soft-tissue adhesion that results in the formation of a tight seal.
This seal protects the healing bone beneath, supporting osseointegration in the short term, helping to maintain a stable interface between the implant and the surrounding integrated bone in the long term.
In a retrospective long-term study, Dr. Sofia Karapataki at the University of Graz found no signs of peri-implantitis in over 90 Patent™ Implants, which were placed in a cohort of compromised patients. The implants maintained stable marginal bone and soft-tissue levels thoughout the study period of up to 12 years.Learn More
"Around the investigated Patent™ Implants we found
strong attachment of the soft tissue."