Implant SEVEN


Conical Shape

Conical, root-shaped geometry and a unique thread design ensure superior primary stability, offering the ultimate choice for a wide range of clinical cases and loading protocols.


SEVEN – Final Drill

Each SEVEN implant is supplied with a sterile, single-use final drill, to ensure a safe and precise surgical procedure.


Implant Surface Treatment

The surface roughness and micro-morphology is a result of sand-blasting and acid-etching. This MIS established surface technology has provided millions of patients and clinicians with excellent osseointegration results and long-lasting clinical success.


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Internal Hexagon Connection: Implementing a perfect fit between the implant and the abutment, minimizing micro-movements and reducing bone resorption.

Unique Thread Design: The interior body of the implant is significantly more tapered than its outline. This is achieved by deeper threads at the implant apex, which gradually become shallower towards the neck, resulting in horizontal bone condensing. In addition, the threads are sharper at the apex, gradually lessening towards the neck. The unique thread design provides the implant with high insertion properties as well as vertical condensation of bone. SEVEN features a dual thread which increases the BIC (Bone to Implant Contact) over the entire body of the implant. The Dual thread doubles implant insertion rate (2.40mm), allowing for a simpler and faster implant placement. The SEVEN thread design also contributes to its high initial stability properties.

Micro-Rings: At the neck of the SEVEN implant, Micro-Rings significantly increase the BIC (Bone to Implant Contact), avoiding bone resorption at the neck.
Surface Treatment: SEVEN implants are sand-blasted and acid etched. These surface treatments increase the implant surface area by creating both micro and nano-structures and eliminating various surface contaminants. Along with a thorough cleaning process, the acid etching ensures a surface of high quality and purity. The combination of sand-blasting and acid etching has been proven to substantially maximize the BIC (Bone to Implant Contact) in numerous clinical and scientific studies. It also creates osseoconductive morphology, achieving superb osseointegration results compared with other surface treatment methods.

Single-use Final Drill: Each and every SEVEN implant is packed and supplied with a sterile, single use, stainless-steel final drill. The drill is custom-made, in accordance with the specific geometry and design of the SEVEN implant, achieving an osteotomy that allows perfect positioning of the implant. The final drill offers a simpler, easier and safer procedure; increasing success rates.

Raw Material: All MIS implants are made from Ti-6Al-4V ELI (Grade 23), the higher purity version of Ti-6Al-4V. This specific type of alloy combines biocompatibility, excellent fatigue strength and low elastic modulus. These benefits make Ti-6Al-4V ELI mechanically superior to titanium grade 4 and the ultimate dental and medical titanium grade. Similarly to commercially pure titanium (Grades 1-4), the outer surface of all MIS implants are comprised of a thin layer of pure titanium oxide (TiO2).

Technical info


Three spiral channels

Sand-blasted and acid-etched surface

Internal hexagon connection

Raw material

The conical shape


Dual thread

Rounded apex


dot_zol Ø 3.30 mm


dot_cz  Ø 3.75 mm


dot_n Ø 4.20 mm


dot_z Ø 5 mm


dot_sz Ø 6 mm


Implant's sizes

Package contents

– Implant

– Final drill

– Cover Srew