NobelReplace and Replace Select Tapered – one implant system for all your needs
The well-established and easy-to-use implant system
The original tapered implant
NobelReplace and the original tapered implant Replace Select mimic the shape of a natural tooth root. They are designed for high initial stability in all loading protocols, including Immediate Function.
Why NobelReplace and Replace Select Tapered?
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How to restore?
Wide choice of prosthetic options
NobelReplace and Replace Select support the comprehensive range of NobelProcera CAD/CAM dental prosthetics as well as Nobel Biocare's full range of prefabricated abutments.
Easy-to-use prosthetic connection for efficient workflow
The internal tri-channel connection offers an easy-to-use connection with an unrivaled tactile feel for accurate and predictable abutment placement:
- Get access to the large pool of trained restorative clinicians who prefer the tri-channel connection
- Unrivaled tactile feel for accurate and predictable abutment placement
- Color-coded for accurate and fast identification
- Three positions
Dr. Egon Euwe, Italy
“NobelReplace Platform Shift allows existing NobelReplace Tapered users to broaden their implant offering without having to abandon the familiar surgical protocol or the color-coded components that drop into place with the tri-channel connection. When crestal bone preservation and soft tissue volume are critical, this is my implant of choice.”
Dr. Baldwin W. Marchack, USA
"After more than 25 years of experience with dental implant treatments, NobelReplace Tapered is still my preferred implant system. I especially like the high restorative flexibility for serving all my patients' needs. The consistent performance and clinical outcome makes it an implant I trust for any clinical indication."
Dr. José Luis González Valenzuela, Spain
“Judging from the results four months after having placed these implants in clinical trials, I am very impressed. The platform shift solution shows a marked improvement on soft tissue response and the implant can also be used without having to change our methodology, drills and implant drivers, which is a welcome and stress-free innovation!”
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