Naturall+ Ø3,
narrow dental implant

Used for single- or two-stage procedures, the Naturall+ Ø3 implant has a Morse taper style internal connection. Its narrow diameter at the apex makes this implant perfect for central or lateral incisor restorations when roots are convergent.

Indications for use

  • Central or lateral incisor restorations when roots are convergent.​
  • Reduced mesiodistal spaces​
  • Fine crests​
  • Post-extraction surgeries​

Immediate functional loading

Single and multi-unit connections with the Naturactis ø3 dental implant

Internal hexagonal conical connection

– Airtight prosthetic seal.​
– Stable implant assembly and prosthetic piece.​
– Precise orientation of prosthetic elements.​

Same connection as the Naturall + ø3 implant

– Rationalization of the prosthetic pieces for a simpler exchange between the dental practice and laboratory.​

Juxtacrestal placement

Better visibility and access to the probe.​

Easier and longer-term control during the sealing process.​

Micro machining grooves in the neck with an Ra of 0.2μm: the collagen fibers are oriented to better attach to the mucous.

Conical implant

A cylindro-conical implant

– Laterally condenses the bone to increase the implant’s primary stability​

Variable thread depth, larger at the apex

– Better apical anchoring in the low-density bone

Thread designed for great primary stability

Implant microthread seamlessly connects with the main thread

– Tearless insertion into the cortical bone​
– Stabilized cortical bone.​
– Optimization of the primary anchorage.​
– Greater resistance to axial loads.​
– Reduced shearing stress at the bone/implant interface.​

Double asymmetrical thread

– Even distribution of chewing forces​
– Excellent primary stability of the implant placement​
– Reduced heating of the bone and insertion time

Central protrusion between the implant threads

– 15% more surface contact with bone tissue. ​
– Facilitates osteogenesis​
– Activates cellular reconstruction

Non-traumatic and engaging apex

– Blade-shaped threads​
– Larger blade depth on the apical part than on the body of the implant.​
– Optimal anchorage in the spongy bone.​
– High self tapping capacity.​
– Perfect for post-extraction surgeries.​
– Makes it easier to choose the implant axis.

STAE® tested surface quality

Titanium oxide micro-sandblasting​
Acid etching with nitric and hydrofluoric acid.​
27 years of clinical experience.

Place the implant directly in the mandrel

Save time during surgery​
Better visibility when placing the implant and guiding the connection​
Gingival height indicated

The dental implant cases

Reduced size: get more space in the sterile field and in the autoclave.​

Easier drilling sequence legibility:
– the instruments are presented in order of use,​
– arrow indications​
– color-coded plugs, based on implant diameters.​

Tiltable for better visibility of the instruments during surgery.​

Standard surgical case

This case provides all the instruments needed for a surgical protocol and to manage all bone densities, for all lengths and diameters of the Naturactis ø3 and Naturall + ø3. implants.​

Mini surgery kit

This simplified kit offers a selection of instruments needed to place the 6- to 14-mm long Naturall+ implants.

Stop kit

Universal kit: can be used with all ranges of implants (only on stepped drills).

  • Pick up stops directly from a contra-angle
  • Color coding makes identifying stops simple, based on the diameter of the drill used.
  • 28 stops for short and long drill bits included in the case
  • Can be autoclave sterilized

Extraction kit: solutions for
dental prosthetic and implant removal

  • Removal of abutments stuck in the implant
  • Removal of broken screws in the implant
  • Removal of an implant

Extraction kits are available for all implant ranges.

1 – Removal of abutments stuck in the implant

The abutment extractor easily removes abutments without stressing the implant

2 – Removal of broken screws in the implant

A drilling guide and a carbide drill with a high-powered titanium cut creates a small opening in the remaining screw piece. You then insert a self-blocking extractor in the broken screw bit to unscrew it. You can then tap it to alter the implant thread, if it’s damaged.

3 – Removal of an implant

The implant can be unscrewed using a self-blocking extractor. The bone around the implant can be perforated using trepans adjusted to the diameter of the different implants.