NobelActive® 

Smiles supported by science.

Imitation may be the sincerest form of flattery, but proof of performance only comes from 10+ years of clinical experience and an abundance of scientific evidence.1

Why NobelActive?

Count on high patient satisfaction. In the end, it's all about the final result.

NobelActive allows for Immediate Function, leading to high patient satisfaction in terms of function, esthetics, sense, speech and self-esteem.2

Since its introduction to the market, 41 clinical studies have evaluated over 14,300 NobelActive implants with over 2,600 patients.1

 

 

NobelActive dental implant

BENEFITS

Natural-looking esthetics

The back-tapered coronal design and built-in platform shifting are designed to optimize bone and soft-tissue volume.3

High primary stability

The unique implant design helps to achieve high primary stability in demanding situations, such as soft bone or extraction sockets.2-9 This enables immediate implant placement and function.2,7-10

Adjustable implant positioning during placement

Reverse-cutting flutes with drilling blades on the apex enable adjustment of the implant position during placement for an optimized restorative orientation.9 

 

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NobelActive meets digital dentistry

Same-day 3D navigated surgery for your NobelActive implant.

Plan your NobelActive implant in DTX Studio Implant. Seamlessly import to X-Guide enabling you to do a guided same-day surgery. As a NobelActive user you can benefit from X-Guide. It enables you to perform free-hand surgery with real-time 3D guidance for your drills and implants. You can adapt your implant plan anytime during surgery and facilitate more same-day diagnostic and treatment sessions with DTX Studio suite. Discover X-Guide

X-Guide: same-day 3D navigated surgery

DTX Studio suite empowers X-Guide


DTX Studio suite not only helps you acquire and consolidate diagnostic data in your practice, but also enables you to bring your implant treatments to a whole new level. It helps you reduce workflow steps and decide where to place your implant. Discover DTX Studio suite

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References

1. Nobel Biocare. NobelActive over 10 years of clinical experience. Science First 2018, volume 5, issue 1.

2. Kolinski ML, Cherry JE, McAllister BS, et al. Evaluation of a variable-thread tapered implant in extraction sites with immediate temporization: a 3-year multicenter clinical study. J Periodontol 2014;85(3):386-394.

3. Gultekin BA, Gultekin P, Leblebicioglu B, et al. Clinical evaluation of marginal bone loss and stability in two types of submerged dental implants. Int J Oral Maxillofac Implants 2013;28(3):815-823.

4. Karl M, Irastorza-Landa A. Does implant design affect primary stability in extraction sites? Quintessence Int 2017;48(3):219-224. 

5. Ganeles J, Norkin FJ, Zfaz S. Single-tooth implant restorations in fresh extraction sockets of the maxillary esthetic zone: two-year results of a prospective cohort study. Int J Periodontics Restorative Dent 2017;37(2):e154-e162.

6. Polizzi G, Cecchini P, Pasini E. 6-year retrospective analysis of variable-thread tapered implants placed in demanding situations. Clin Oral Implants Res 2017;28:229. 

7. Cosyn J, Eghbali A, Hermans A, et al. A 5-year prospective study on single immediate implants in the aesthetic zone. J Clin Periodontol 2016;43(8):702–709.

8. Polizzi G, Cantoni T, Pasini E, Tallarico M. Immediate loading of variable-thread expanding tapered-body implants placed into maxillary post-extraction or healed sites using a guided surgery approach: An up-to-five-year retrospective analysis. J Oral Science Rehabilitation 2016;2(3):50–60.

9. Irinakis T, Wiebe C. Clinical evaluation of the NobelActive implant system: a case series of 107 consecutively placed implants and a review of the implant features. J Oral Implantol 2009;35(6):283-288.

10. Babbush CA, Kanawati A, Brokloff J. A new approach to the All-on-Four treatment concept using narrow platform NobelActive implants. J Oral Implantol 2013;39(3):314-325.