BioHorizons™ Tapered 3.0 dental Implants

The Tapered Internal 3.0 dental implant system offers all the great benefits of BioHorizons highly successful Laser-Lok™ 3.0 dental implant, but features a buttress thread on an anatomically tapered body with a Laser-Lok treated collar for bone and soft tissue attachment.

Features of the Tapered Internal 3.0 Implant System

Laser-Lok™ microchannels

Precision engineered Laser-Lok collar shown to promote oblique connective tissue attachment, much like a natural tooth.

Optimized threadform

Anatomically tapered implant body has proprietary reverse buttress threads with wide flat leading edges for increased stability.

Restorative ease

45° conical internal hex connection is color-coded for quick identification and component matching.

Color-coded platforms

Color-coded platform and prosthetics increase safety and makes restorative procedures fast and accurate.

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The Tapered HD System

Laser-Lok™: better science, better implants

Control cellular migration - control esthetic outcomes

Only the Laser-Lok surface has been shown using light microscopy, polarized light microscopy and scanning electron microscopy to also be effective for soft tissue attachment. 1,2

"There is no other implant that shows functional orientation of fibers. There is not one. This is the only one. This is so important." 3

— Dr. Edward P Allen

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1. Human Histologic Evidence of a Connective Tissue Attachment to a Dental Implant. M Nevins, ML Nevins, M Camelo, JL Boyesen, DM Kim. International Journal of Periodontics Restorative Dentistry. Vol. 28, No. 2, 2008.
2. Histologic evidence of a connective tissue attachment to laser microgrooved abutments: a canine study. M Nevins, DDS, DM Kim, DDS, DMSc, SH Jun, DDS, MS, K Guze, DMD, P Schupbach, PhD, ML Nevins, DMD, MMSc. Accepted for publication: IJPRD, Vol 30, No. 3, 2010.
3. Symposium 2013 Laser-Lok highlights, Available at: Laser-Lok highlights