NobelReplace Conical Connection – proven stability, high esthetics
The implant system that combines the proven tapered implant body with a tight sealed connection
An esthetic solution for all indications
NobelReplace Conical Connection merges the original tapered implant body with a tight sealed conical connection, offering you and your patients an esthetic solution for all indications. The implant body mimics the shape of a natural tooth root, ensuring high initial stability for all loading protocols, including Immediate Function.
Why NobelReplace Conical Connection?
Experience the strong sealed connection
The implant-abutment interface is crucial for a long-lasting functional and esthetic result. The internal conical connection offers a tight seal and high mechanical strength.8 This gives the restoration the stability required for a predictable result.
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How to restore?
Choose from a wide range of prosthetic options
NobelReplace Conical Connection supports the comprehensive range of NobelProcera CAD/CAM dental prosthetics as well as Nobel Biocare's full range of prefabricated abutments.
Strong internal conical connection
- Uniform load distribution with tight abutment fit 8
- Maximizes soft tissue volume with built-in platform shifting
- Supports narrow emergence profiles, ideal for the anterior
- Color-coded for accurate and fast identification
- Six abutment positions
Prof. Alessandro Pozzi, Italy
"NobelReplace Conical Connection merges the well-proven implant body of NobelReplace Tapered with a tight internal conical connection. It is a versatile, easy-to-use implant which performs well in soft and hard bone."
Dr. Albert Vericat, Spain
After NobelActive came onto the market, one of the requests I made to Nobel Biocare Spain was to combine the conical connection with the NobelReplace implant body. I consider the NobelReplace Conical Connection to be the implant that offers the greatest advantages and the best results in immediate placement.
Dr. Eirik Salvesen, Norway
An innovative implant system cannot be determined by one single feature. By combining the clinically well-proven implant body of the NobelReplace system with a tight conical connection, the possibility for enhanced pink esthetics is integrated into the implant design. Additionally, the precisely fitting supra-structure makes connecting the abutment a quick and predictable procedure.
Dr. Sam Hanson, USA
Using NobelReplace Conical Connection in my daily practice was a rewarding experience. The ease-of-use of the NobelReplace implant body remains a major advantage and provides more opportunities for use than the more specific NobelActive implant body. The mere fact that we can use an implant system where the well-proven implant body of NobelReplace is combined with the best-in-class tight conical connection is an added value in the day-to-day treatment of our patients.
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