Evolution has allowed a tooth holding apparatus to evolve over millions of years in which teeth are mounted so that they can move. In this way the chewing forces are distributed evenly in the jaw bones. However, tooth implants are connected rigidly with the jaw bones. The patented titanium shock absorber for tooth implants is globally the first ever biomechanical implant structure in oral implantology which synchronises the rigid tooth implants with the movability of natural teeth and tissue structures. In this way the forces created during chewing are distributed evenly over the tooth replacement on the entirely different abutment - natural teeth and implants. This means that the number of implants can be reduced in many cases and one can dispense with extensive skeletal structure . It is therefore possible to offer a more gentle and price-conscious implant treatment. This innovation is the key to long-term success of implant-prosthetics.
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This graphic shows an implant without the titanium shock absorber in a bridge connection with a natural tooth. The movability of the tooth causes the chewing forces to act as a lever on the rigid implant situation.