Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Endosseous implant


Straumann dental implant: A complete review

Dr. Rahul VC Tiwari, Dr. Sai Santosh Patnaik J, Dr Shakeel S K, Dr. Sunil Kumar Gulia, Dr. Jyoti Mallanagouda Biradar, Dr. Pratik Agrawal, Dr. Pritee Rajkumar Pandey

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2022, Volume 9, Issue 3, Pages 5879-5886

The aim of this paper is to review different types of Straumann dental implants and
their effect on osseointegration. The major challenge for contemporary dental
implantologists is to provide oral rehabilitation to patients with healthy bone conditions
asking for rapid loading protocols or to patients with quantitatively or qualitatively
compromised bone. These charging conditions require advances in implant surface
design. The elucidation of bone healing physiology has driven investigators to engineer
implant surfaces that closely mimic natural bone characteristics. This article provides a
comprehensive overview of surface modifications of the Straumann dental implants that
beneficially alter to enhance osseointegration in healthy as well as in compromised bone.
This article discusses Straumann dental implants that have been successfully used for a
years. The Straumann Dental Implant System offers a wide range of implant lines with
diverse body and neck designs and different materials. This focuses on the Titanium
and Roxolid Tissue Level and Bone Level implants with a parallel-walled endosteal
design. These implants can be placed with the instruments from the Straumann
Surgical Cassette while using very similar surgical procedures.