The CONELOG® Implant System
High-precision conical connection – two implant lines
The special feature of the CONELOG® Implant abutment connection is the high-precision, deep, conical connection geometry with indexing via three grooves and cams. CONELOG impresses with its excellent stability values and integrated Platform Switching and supports both epicrestal or subcrestal implant positioning. The CONELOG Implants are available as PROGRESSIVE-LINE and SCREW-LINE versions.
Prosthetic excellence at bone level
CONELOG Implants feature a high-precision 7.5° conical implant-abutment connection with integrated Platform Switching. The axial displacement and greater distance of the microgap from the bone margin has a positive effect on bone preservation. The result: excellent clinical results in terms of long-term preservation of the peri-implant crestal bone.
The correct positioning of the abutment is achieved easily and safely via three cams. The self-locking cone leads to precise and antirotational positioning of the abutments.
- Minimized micro-movements and superior positional stability1,2 compared to other conical implant-abutment connections
- Integrated Platform Switching
- Precise impression taking with no vertical offset, “vertical fit feature”
- Extended range of indications with 7 mm CONELOG Implant as well as diameter-reduced implants (3.3 mm)
- Evidence-based, clinical study results
The CONELOG PROGRESSIVE-LINE Implants make it easier to implement modern treatment concepts such as immediate restorations or immediate loading. The apical conical macro design of the CONELOG PROGRESSIVE-LINE Implant, with extended flank height and many other features, facilitates achieving high primary stability – regardless of bone quality.
The crestal thread provides additional support in case of limited bone height while the thread running to the apex is ideal for immediate placement. CONELOG PROGRESSIVE-LINE thus extends your therapeutic treatment options in soft bone and extraction sockets.
- Crestal anchorage thread for additional hold with limited bone height3
- Anatomically shaped conical area for high primary stability in soft bone3,4
- Flexible drill protocol for preferred stability
- Thread design with deeply engaging thread flanks
- Thread up to the apex – ideal for immediate placement3,4
With Platform Switching and the deep conical CONELOG Connection, the system focuses on treatment concepts at bone level and enables esthetic reconstructions. The clinical advantages of the Promote® Surface up to the platform and bone level position complement each other and help to preserve crestal bone and achieve esthetic results.
CONELOG SCREW-LINE Implants are slightly conical, self-tapping screw implants. They enable easy insertion by self-centering with continuous bone contact, thus achieving solid primary stability. Rounding of the apical geometry enables gentle insertion of the CONELOG SCREW-LINE Implants into the bone.
- Self-centering with continuous bone contact
- Comprehensive scientific documentation
- Outstanding long-term results
- High precision Guide System
- Integrated Platform Switching for epicrestal or slightly subcrestal implant positioning
Prefabricated and individually CAD/CAM CONELOG Abutments are available for prosthetic restoration. The clinical advantages of the Promote® Surface up to the platform and the bone level position is supported by evidence-based study results on crestal bone preservation.
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 Ruppin J. One-year clinical experience with Progressive-Line implants. EDI journal. 2020(4):54-63.