Roxolid Implants


Roxolid Dental Implants


Relative to the conventional titanium implants, Roxolid is a homogenous metallic alloy composed of the elements titanium and zirconium. Roxolid is thus a new DNA material for dental implants. These two metallic alloy elements provides a higher tensile strength compared to pure titanium. The higher tensile strength thus enables small diameter implants to be placed with more confidence.

Roxolid dental implants allows:

  • More confidence in small diameter implants due to high strength with excellent osseointegration
  • Flexibility of having more treatment options because Roxolid provides a wider choice of treatment options with small diameter implants allowing optimal treatment in specific clinical situation

Biomechanical tests for fatigue strength (i.e. the maximum force where an implant survives at least 5 million load cycles without any fractures) have been performed with Roxolid material according to the ISO 14 801 standard. Despite the small diameter, Roxolid implants have shown to be able to take higher fatigue strength compared with other main implants/abutment systems as in diagram below.



Roxolid Dental Implants Type

Roxolid implants are available with an endosteal diameter of 3.3mm and with the SLActive surfaces.


Roxolid Implant Types
Roxolid Standard Implant
Roxolid Standard Plus Implant
Roxolid Tapered Implant
Roxolid Bone Level Implant
Standard Plus
Tapered Effect
Bone Level


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