Gold Tissue Level Vi 5.0*8 mm

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Dentalis implants include components that function to prevent peri-implant while maintaining the aesthetics of natural teeth [1, 2].

The next generation of Dentalis® offers a novel coating on their implants that minimizes bacterial adhesion and corrosion on implant surfaces,

without compromising the biocompatibility of titanium surfaces.

Studies have proven the benefits of this coating as holding anti-bacterial and osseointegration properties.

An in vitro assay showed that this coating decreases the biofilm formation of P. gingivalis (a common PI-causing bacteria) while maintaining biocompatibility.

The initial steps in stimulating bone formation and osseointegration are osteoblast adhesion and proliferation.


When comparing coated vs uncoated surfaces, the researchers found that this coating increases both osteoblast adhesion and proliferation [3].

While the benefits of an anti-bacterial coating are quite obvious in that they prevent PI, the minimization of corrosion, abrasion,

and ionization is equally important for the longevity of the implant as well as the patient’s comfort [4].

Dentalis® Gold tissue-level implants provide a viable treatment option both aesthetically and functionally for edentulous patients by maintaining hard and soft tissue health

and reducing the risk of peri-implantitis and associated bone loss.

The treatment strategy allows for both soft tissue adhesion to the implant abutment and osseointegration during the same healing phase after implantation

The larger micro gap occurring with bone-level implants means that there will be higher deformation of titanium, resulting in more stress in the implant.

Tissue-level implants allow for non-submerged healing by design: they have the abutment on top of the implant as one component.

The micro-gap directly affects the bacterial infiltration of the implant, which is precisely related to peri-implantitis.

One-stage treatment allows for minimal disturbance to the area, reducing inflammation and the risk of infection.

Tissue-level implants decrease the size of the micro-gap between the implant and the abutment surface.

Mechanical stress on the implant is another leading cause of bone resorption at the peri-implant site.


  1. Klinge, B., M. Hultin, and T. Berglundh, Peri-implantitis. Dental Clinics, 2005. 49(3): p. 661-676.
  2. Schwarz, F., et al., Peri‐implantitis. Journal of clinical periodontology, 2018. 45: p. S246-S266.
  3. Camargo, S.E., et al., Novel coatings to minimize bacterial adhesion and promote osteoblast activity for titanium implants. Journal of Functional Biomaterials, 2020. 11(2): p. 42.
  4. Bhola, R., et al., Corrosion in titanium dental implants/prostheses–a review. Trends Biomater Artif Organs, 2011. 25(1): p. 34-46.

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