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iON Conical Implant

i-ON Hybrid Conical Platform Implant for long-term successful, stable and esthetic results.


Why i-ON Implants?

  • Perfect design, for optimal esthetic results
  • Excellent bacteria sealed implant-abutment interface
  • Stable and strong implant-abutment connection
  • Unified physical platform-shifting for all diameters
  • Comprehensive prosthetic line for all diameters 3.5-5 mm
  • Top class design for the professional high-end use

The hybrid conical platform combines internal and external connections. The internal connection is comprised of a 14° conical platform, and a 2.1 mm HEX.

The platform angle allows optimal bacterial seal between implant and abutment, keeping the interface area distant from the tissues.
Precise implant-abutment fit provides high mechanical stability and stress distribution

The iON Conical Implant is a type of dental implant used to replace missing teeth. It features a conical design that allows for maximum stability and bone preservation. The implant is made from high-quality titanium, which is a biocompatible material that is widely used in dental implants due to its ability to fuse with the surrounding bone.

The iON Conical Implant is designed to be placed directly into the jawbone using a surgical procedure. Once the implant is placed, it will gradually fuse with the surrounding bone in a process called osseointegration. This creates a strong and durable foundation for the replacement tooth or teeth that will be attached to the implant.

One of the benefits of the iON Conical Implant is its tapered design, which allows it to be used in a variety of situations, including areas where the jawbone may be narrower or where there is limited space. The conical shape also helps to distribute forces evenly, which can reduce the risk of implant failure.

Overall, the iON Conical Implant is a reliable and effective option for replacing missing teeth. However, as with any dental procedure, it is important to discuss your individual needs and concerns with your dentist or oral surgeon to determine if this type of implant is the right choice for you.