Optimizing the prosthetic outcome with the On1™ concept
My first reaction to the On1 restorative concept was, “Why hasn’t anyone thought of this before?”
Preserve the connective tissue structure
The On1 concept is unique. It's the first concept to preserve the connective tissue structure, and maintain full restorative and surgical flexibility.
The concept also radically simplifies the restorative procedure, as the On1 Base moves the restorative platform of Nobel Biocare conical connection implants from bone level to tissue level. It remains in position from implant placement to finalization, which leaves the soft tissue undisturbed for optimized healing.
The On1 Base moves the prosthetic platform from bone level to tissue level. This makes attachment of restorative components and impression taking much easier as the connection is clearly visible.
The On1 Base has a unique prosthetic connection, ensuring that only precision-engineered Nobel Biocare restorations are used. But how strong is the On1 concept compared with one-piece systems?
Read the study summary on the fatigue performance of the On1 concept.
The On1 concept provides you with the option to follow the conventional impression taking workflow or the intraoral scan workflow using the special On1 IOS (Intraoral Scannable) Healing Cap.
The On1 Base stays in position while the healing cap, temporary restoration, impression coping and final restoration are placed.
Save substantial chair time with the unique On1 IOS Healing Cap, which supports an intraoral workflow. This eliminates conventional restorative procedures, including impression taking, while also serving as a healing abutment.
“With On1 you get the best of both worlds – a bone-level implant with built-in platform shifting and restoration at tissue level without disturbing the mucosal seal.“
“The On1 concept is great for both surgeons and restorative clinicians, as it provides surgical flexibility along with soft tissue biocompatibility, but also provides a simplified restorative workflow and great ease of use with a tissue-level connection.”
"My initial experience with the On1 concept is very positive. The advantage of the On1 concept is that we don't have to worry about any changes in soft tissue. If we place it and [the soft tissue] changes, then later on we can just remove it and go back down to bone level."
"We've been using the On1 concept for some months now and my immediate first thought was: why haven't we thought of this before? There are so many great options with intraoral scanning in combination with the On1 Base."
Prof. Eric Rompen, Belgium
Replacement of two upper premolar.
Dr. Simon Kold, Denmark
Replacement of an upper left premolar using the intraoral scanning workflow.