Natural esthetics and soft tissue harmony

Innovation for your patients

Differentiate your practice by offering an innovative 100% metal-free and cement-free, two-piece ceramic implant solution, providing a familiar approach to titanium implants. NobelPearl line extension includes the narrow platform implant in several lengths, a complete metal-free attachment system for edentulous cases, and full integration into digital workflows.

A soft-tissue friendly implant solution1

NobelPearl is designed to support a natural soft-tissue appearance. Its white material is especially beneficial in patients with a thin mucosal biotype.2


Soft-tissue adhesion

Designed for excellent soft-tissue attachment and low inflammatory response.1

Proven osseointegration

Proven osseointegration and soft-tissue adhesion thanks to the hydrophilic sand-blasted, acid-etched Zerafil™ implant surface.3,4

Low plaque

Zirconia has demonstrated low plaque affinity.1,5,6

Experience peace of mind

NobelPearl provides proven strength for a successful start in ceramic implantology and offers greater restorative flexibility compared with one-piece or cemented ceramic implants. This is thanks to the two-piece, reversible, cement-free internal connection design. NobelPearl is engineered for primary stability and available for a broad range of indications, from single to multiple unit.7

High performance metal-free screw

Flexible two-piece tapered implant with an innovative metal-free VICARBO® screw made of carbon fiber-reinforced polymer, designed for a strong, removable ceramic-to-ceramic connection.7

Precision manufacturing

NobelPearl implants and abutments are milled from hot isostatic-pressed (HIP) alumina-toughened zirconia (ATZ) blanks, which are proven to be strong. No thermal process (sintering) or finishing takes place after the final shaping of the external and internal implant geometry. 
This manufacturing method enables a high level of dimensional precision and accuracy.7

Designed for excellent soft-tissue attachment1

Beneficial in patients with a thin mucosal biotype2


“For me the most important attributes of NobelPearl ceramic implants are the unique carbon-fiber screw for effective abutment anchorage, strong alumina toughened zirconia material, and the micro rough surface for osseointegration. Two-piece NobelPearl ceramic implants are the future metal-free alternative to established titanium implants.“


NobelPearl Instructions For Use

Important information and step-by-step instructions to help guide you through the NobelPearl surgical procedure from start to finish.

Questions about NobelPearl?

If you would like additional information, more details, or have specific questions about NobelPearl, click the link below.

Warranty Program

Smiles should last a lifetime. That is why Nobel Biocare offers lifetime warranties on dental implants and restorative components.

In addition, we offer a 10-year warranty on custom-made NobelProcera® prosthetics. We will also replace – free of charge – any implant that fails to remain in the bone in which it was implanted, as well as any Nobel Biocare restorative components on the implant at the time of failure.



Find a course on single- and multiple-unit implant placement


See Instructions For Use for full prescribing information, including indications, contraindications, warnings and precautions. 

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