Straumann® Pro Arch. Responding to patient expectations.

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Respecting individual patient needs and expectations, the new Straumann® Pro Arch offers dental professionals all the components needed to provide a seamless and safe treatment that reduces patient discomfort to a minimum.

Reduced complexity

Reduced complexity by addressing the individual anatomical situation and leveraging the unique Roxolid® material

  • Preserves bone and reduces invasive grafting procedures,1,2
  • More treatment options with smaller implants


Predictability even in challenging cases thanks to the SLActive® surface

  • Higher treatment predictability in challenging protocols1,3-7
  • Broadens treatment potentials for all your patients8-15


Time-saving treatment with the option for immediate temporization

  • Safer and faster treatment in 3 – 4 weeks for all indications16-25
  • Comprehensive portfolio for immediate temporization

Increased efficiency

Increased efficiency with new prosthetic portfolio

  • Prosthetic flexibility due to smaller abutment dimensions and different angulations26
  • Custom-milled bar designs as a framework for final dentures, now also possible with CARES® X-Stream™, Variobase® Abutment and Variobase® Coping
  • Wide range of framework designs and materials: zirconia and titanium


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