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NobelProcera® restorations

Reliable partner with over 30 years of CAD/CAM production experience. We are here to help you build a reputation with your restorations.

Achieve excellent results with authentic restorations

Partner with a leader in precision engineering and manufacturing of customized dental prosthetics to meet your business needs. The precise fit between abutment, implant and screw combined with quality manufacturing helps to avoid system or component failure.1-3 All NobelProcera implant-based components are engineered as part of a whole system, not individual parts. 

100% cement-free, screw retained implant bridges

NobelProcera implant bridges combine strength and esthetics with the ability to place a screw-access hole to achieve optimized esthetics and excellent occlusal fit. All implant bridges are available in full-contour and partial cut-back.

Angulated screw channel

Designed to solve the esthetic challenges faced when screw-retained solutions are placed in the anterior and improve occlusal access in the posterior.

100% cement-free solutions

Safe and predictable outcomes that help to avoid the risks associated with residual cement.4 The adapter connecting the zirconia abutment to the implant is mechanically retained with the screw seated in the abutment.

High-translucency multi-layered full-contour zirconia

Enables faster finalization, reduces the risk of veneer chipping, remakes and stress. In addition, fully shaded zirconia will maintain its color even after adjustments.*

Customized abutments

Creating titanium or zirconia abutments with NobelProcera allows customization and restorative flexibility. Abutments are available with 100% cement free and angulated screw channel solutions.

Angulated screw channel

Solve the esthetic challenges faced when screw-retained solutions are placed in the anterior and improve occlusal access in the posterior.

Just because it seems to fit, doesn’t mean it works

Although not always visible to the naked eye, use of third-party components not designed and tested for the system can result in uncontrolled forces, and may cause individual components or the entire system to fail.

100% cement-free solutions

Safe and predictable outcomes that help to avoid the risks associated with residual cement.4* The adapter connecting the zirconia abutment to the implant is mechanically retained with the screw seated in the abutment.

Fixed and fixed-removable implant bars

NobelProcera implant bars provide stability and comfort for patients. The broad range of fixed and fixed-removable implant bars fit a wide variety of clinical situations and attachments.

Just because it seems to fit, doesn’t mean it works

Although not always visible to the naked eye, use of third-party components not designed and tested for the system can result in uncontrolled forces, and may cause individual components or the entire system to fail.

Optimized retention of the overdenture

NobelProcera is able to provide the right solution for patients' needs. Choose from a wide variety of bar types, attachments and retentive elements.

Fixed-removable restorations

Maximize your restorative flexibility. The full range of bar types allows for optimized solutions for patient clinical situations.

Peace of mind with our extensive warranty


Our products demonstrate high precision of fit,5,6 mechanical stability7 and provide years of safe and reliable performance.8-10


High-precision production just a click away


 

NobelProcera Instructions For Use

Important information on our NobelProcera restorations

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“Key words to summarize my visit to the NobelProcera production center: precision, stability of material, quality control and a huge general feeling of confidence in centralized manufacturing.“

 

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*When compared to using other materials
**For details see warranty program at www.nobelbiocare.com/warranty

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  2. Kelly JR, Rungruanganunt P. Fatigue Behavior of Computer-Aided Design/Computer-Assisted Manufacture Ceramic Abutments as a Function of Design and Ceramics Processing. Int J Oral Maxillofac Implants. 2016 May-Jun;31(3):601-9.
  3. Friberg B, Ahmadzai M. A prospective study on single tooth reconstructions using parallel walled implants with internal connection (NobelParallel CC) and abutments with angulated screw channels (ASC). Clin Implant Dent Relat Res. 2019 Apr;21(2):226-231.
  4. Wilson TG, Jr. The positive relationship between excess cement and peri-implant disease: a prospective clinical endoscopic study. J Periodontol 2009;80(9):1388-1392. 
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  5. Katsoulis J, Mericske-Stern R, Rotkina L, et al. Precision of fit of implant-supported screw-retained 10-unit computer-aided-designed and computer-aided-manufactured frameworks made from zirconium dioxide and titanium: an in vitro study. Clin Oral Implants Res 2014;25(2):165-174. 
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  7. Truninger TC, Stawarczyk B, Leutert CR, et al. Bending moments of zirconia and titanium abutments with internal and external implant-abutment connections after aging and chewing simulation. Clin Oral Implants Res 2012;23(1):12-18. 
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  8. Zembic A, Bosch A, Jung RE, et al. Five-year results of a randomized controlled clinical trial comparing zirconia and titanium abutments supporting single-implant crowns in canine and posterior regions. Clin Oral Implants Res 2013;24(4):384-390. 
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  9. Ozer F, Mante FK, Chiche G, et al. A retrospective survey on long-term survival of posterior zirconia and porcelain fused-to-metal crowns in private practice. Quintessence Int 2014;45(1):31-38. 
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  10. Pozzi A, Tallarico M, Barlattani A. Monolithic lithium disilicate full-contour crowns bonded on CAD/CAM zirconia complete-arch implant bridges with 3 to 5 years of follow-up. J Oral Implantol 2015;41(4):450-458. 
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