If you consider getting dental implants, you may have heard of the Neoss implant. This is a new type of implant that has gained popularity over the past few years. This blog post will discuss ten things you need to know about the Neoss implant. We will cover everything from how it is implanted to how long it lasts. Keep reading for more!
Here at Beyond Dental Care, we’re dedicated to providing superior technology and materials that allow us to maintain and restore your smile in the best way possible. When it comes to the latter, we use the Neoss dental implant system, designed to replace missing teeth in a comfortable, convenient, and streamlined way. With this in mind, we’re going to talk about our Dental Implants in the form of a Neoss implant review. So without further ado, let’s get started.
Why Neoss Dental Implants?
Let’s face it, they aren’t the cheapest implants on the market, but when it comes to replacing missing teeth, that’s a good thing. You see, quality implant-based restorations are designed to last for several decades or more, but it’s like anything; you get what you pay for. Neoss is a well-established brand with years of clinical testing behind them.
Patented implant design
The Neoss system is designed to make dental implant processes as simple as possible. It has a patented implant design that optimises stability across all bone conditions. The specialised Neoss design gives you outstanding primary strength even in softer or compromised bone. In fact, data from a recent study suggests that Neoss dental implants achieved implant stability that is equal to or better than some of the founding brands like Nobel Biocare or Straumann. Moreover, a single-platform concept that can be placed into all bone types eliminates the need for different designs. For the patient, this means convenient and easy treatment.
Fewer prosthetic components
Unlike other brands of Dental Implants, Neoss implants use substantially fewer prosthetic components. The all-in-one design means that there is less that can fail. One study, for example, suggested that at least 58% of the implants placed experienced at least one mechanical failure. The fewer component parts, the more unlikely it is to fail.
Reduced chair time
Perhaps the most significant factor that patients need to know regarding this Neoss Implant review is that a revolutionary 1-2 step protocol allows the clinician to prepare the site with minimal bone removal. As a result, placement is faster, more comfortable, and simpler, resulting in reduced chair time and a speedier recovery.
Ideal for immediate early-loading
With many other brands of dental implants, patients can typically expect to wait around five months before they receive their permanent restoration. With Neoss, a high level of primary stability means that single crowns, partial bridges, or even full-arch restorations can be loaded quicker. And (when given the right conditions) even immediately after implant placement.
Excellent bone fusing capability
Once dental implants are placed into the jaw, they rely on a process known as osseointegration. In essence, natural biological processes cause a stimulation of the bone tissue at the missing tooth site. As stimulation occurs, the remaining bone tissue merges and fuses with the titanium implant itself.
Once bone fusion (osseointegration) has occurred, patients are left with a super-strong platform that becomes part of the mouth. This platform is then able to support a dental crown, a dental bridge, or (as part of several implants) support a full arch denture.
Patients need to be aware that the time taken for bone fusion to occur when replacing missing teeth with Dental Implants varies greatly depending upon a number of factors. Neoss dental implants are designed with something called a super-hydrophilic Pro-Active surface. What this means is that the surface of the tooth implant has been engineered in such a way that it attracts the maximum amount of bone tissue. The rough surface on the threaded implant body stimulates bone to form more rapidly, thus speeding up the bone fusion process in many cases.
Ultra-clean low carbon surface
Another plus point in this Neoss implant review is that it has an ultraclean low-carbon surface. The manufacturing, storage, and handling processes can all contribute to the surface contamination of a dental implant. In fact, studies show that cross-contamination is more common than you might think. Carbon absorption reduces surface energy and wettability, thereby impairing healing and bone formation.
With Neoss, their tightly controlled production and packing processes help to minimise the already low carbon content contained on the surface, maximising bone healing capability.
Beyond Dental Care – Taking dentistry to the next level!
If you have tooth gaps and are considering your options for replacing missing teeth, then come and talk to our experienced team about Neoss Dental Implants. We’ll listen to your needs and discuss your oral health requirements. We’re committed to delivering an outstanding dental experience, and that starts with being open and honest about the equipment and materials we use. This is why we wanted to write this review.
With our highly-experienced team who work with some of the best brands like Neoss, you can trust us when we say that you’re in safe and secure hands. If you are looking for an exquisite tooth restoration in every way, Get in touch today. We’ll work with you to ensure that you get the perfect smile you deserve. We can’t wait to meet you.
British Dental Journal – New Implants with Excellent Primary Stability https://www.nature.com/articles/s41415-021-3066-0
NCBI – An Overview Of The Mechanical Integrity Of Dental Implants
Springer Link – Contamination Of Titanium Dental Implants – A Narrative Review