Mark system

A benchmark for dental implants and a universally known clinical protocol

A benchmark for dental implants that has been widely used for over twenty years, to which a universally known clinical protocol applies.

The MARK implant system is one of the most widely used implant designs. The threaded cylindrical implant and the implant-prosthetic connection with external hexagon follow a standard that has been used for over twenty years.

The technical features of implant screws, prosthetic components and surgical instruments make the MARK system easy to use in both dental practice and laboratory.

The threaded cylindrical implant screws guarantee a good primary stability in all kinds of bones. The apical self-threading geometry allows professionals to avoid tapping operations in most situations.

Precision and reliability: components are produced with very tight production tolerances to ensure the highest coupling precision, resulting in a high reliable product with excellent long-term success rates. Over time improvements -such as the OsseoGRIP surface treatment- have been made and prosthetic components have been constantly updated.

The prosthetic components feature high precision couplings, offer a large product range and are easy to use in both dental practice and laboratory. The external hexagonal connection is particularly suitable for multiple restorations requiring long rehabilitation.

Traditional products, such as Multi-Unit Abutments, abutments with ball attachment for overdenture and castable abutments allow for flexible and cost-effective solutions. In case of single tooth restorations, the possibility to use a millable hollow screw eliminates the risk of abutment loosening.

This implant is available in two forms: the first solution includes only the implant screw and its cover screw, while the second solution includes the implant screw with a pre-assembled mounting device (it can be used as impression transfer for perforated and mouldable impression tray and as a customized prosthetic abutment), cover screw and transmucosal ring (to use the cover screw as healing abutment with a one-stage technique and a two-stage technique after having uncovered the implant).

Subscribe to our newsletter

Subscribe to our mailing list to get the latest news from our team.


Thanks for subscribing