Ideal for post-extraction immediate implants

The conical Xbody design core increases soft bone compression. This design is especially beneficial in situations of low bone density.

Ideal for immediate loading

The conical core and the self-tapping thread shape provide greater primary stability with less milling.

Greater stability of the peri-implant bone tissue

The inverted cone of the coronal region promotes the creation of long-term stable bone tissue.

More prosthetic solutions

Introducing Vulkan Tissue Care®, the transepithelial attachment for single or multiple restorations that transfers the prosthetic platform from the bone level to the tissue level, reducing risks and time in the treatment.

Proven Guarantee of Success

Vulkan® Conical Connection Implant has been subjected to a treatment consisting of sandblasting + double acid etching creating a surface with optimum roughness of 1.4 μm.

This is a widely studied surface that provides a microstructure that stimulates the osseointegration of the implant.

The VLA® surface treatment presents success rates of 98%- 99%. This microstructure also ensures a large contact area between implant and bone, providing the maximum BIC (Bone Implant Contact).

1. Optimal sealing

The conical profile in 12o guarantees optimum sealing, minimizing micro filtrations. In addition, the Vulkan Conical Connection system simplifies prosthetic procedures with a single prosthetic connection for the main four implant diameters.

2. Increase the bone tissue

The Xbody design is marked by the shape of an inverted cone in the coronal region of the implant along with the platform switching, maximizing the volume of bone and soft tissue and providing a natural-looking aesthetic for an optimal prosthetic result.

3. Easy movement of fluids

The micro-grooves in thread design promote the circulation of fluids for optimal and faster osseointegration.

4. Self-tapping

The morphological design of the implant along with the conical core provides a greater sense of control in the insertion and greater primary stability with less milling.

5. Minimizes the risk of injury to anatomical structures

The blunt tip improves manoeuvrability in insertion and reduces the risk of injury.