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SLActive - УНІКАЛЬНА АКТИВНА ПОВЕРХНЯ

Унікальна запатентована активна поверхня з чіткими наноструктурами, які збільшують площу контакту з кісткою на 50%

ВДВІЧІ ШВИДШЕ ЗАГОЮВАННЯ

Наноструктури поверхні SLActive забезпечують мініралізацію кісткових клітин та вдвічі пришвидшують процеси остеоінтеграції

ПЕРЕДБАЧУВАНИЙ РЕЗУЛЬТАТ

100% приживленість, навіть у пацієнтів групи ризику - діабет 2 типу, курці, пацієнти, які мали променеву та хіміотерапію

ROXOLID - УНІКАЛЬНА ЗАПАТЕНТОВАНА РОЗРОБКА

Унікальна запантентована розробка Straumann, сплав титану (85%) та цирконію (15%)

НАДМІЦНИЙ СПЛАВ ІМПЛАНТАТУ

Roxolid на 35% міцніший за титан, що дозволяє використання імплантатів меншого діаметру та довжини порівняно з титановими імплантатами

БІОЛОГІЧНО-СУМІСНИЙ СПЛАВ

На 1,6% вищий показник приживлення в порівнянні з титаном завдяки вмісту у сплаві біологічно сумісного цирконію

Відео

BLX - НЕГАЙНЕ НАВАНТАЖЕННЯ ЛЕГКО

Straumann

BLT ЛЕГЕНДА - ДІЗНАЙСЯ З ЧОГО ВСЕ ПОЧИНАЄТЬСЯ

TL - КЛАСИКА ЯКА ЗАВЖДИ АКТУАЛЬНА

Straumann

PROARCH - ІНДИВІДУАЛЬНИЙ ПІДХІД ДО ЛІКУВАННЯ

Straumann

ПРОЦЕДУРИ ВИКОРИСТАННЯ КОНЦЕПЦІЇ PROARCH З BLX

Straumann

BLT - БІЛЬШЕ НІЖ ПЕРВИННА СТАБІЛЬНІСТЬ

Straumann

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СПИСОК ЛІТЕРАТУРИ

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