2022 - 2024

The whiteSKY implant system has proven its worth on both a clinical and scientific level since its launch in 2006. Published, science-based long-term results spanning over more than 10 years attest to its success. These findings demonstrate that whiteSKY zirconium implants can achieve results which are comparable to those achieved with titanium implants.    

The second generation of whiteSKY now incorporates all the advantages of the classic whiteSKY in a modern, enhanced design: “Scientific success – in a new form”. The intricate production from compressed zirconium and one-piece design have been maintained in the whiteSKY T.L. This ensures whiteSKY T.L. implants are extreme stable, a key factor for whiteSKY’s long-term success.

whiteSKY Surface

The scientific literature on dentistry shows that rough surfaces are necessary for osseointegration to facilitate the attachment of osteoblasts. 

Based on this scientific knowledge, the whiteSKY surface is sandblasted to achieve a defined level of roughness.

One level higher

The further development of the whiteSKY zirconia implant into a whiteSKY tissue line!

1. Two angled surfaces, each 15°

less customisation required when restoring angled implants

2. Groove

fixation of prosthetics - "Cement lock“

3. Optimised self-tapping thread

less force required for screwing in

4. Optimised abutment height (4.5 mm)

makes prosthetic restoration easier

5. Optimised surface structure

for soft tissue attachment

6. Rough surface

for reliable osseointegration

7. 4-edge abutment joint

rotational security

Voluminous shoulder

Cavity filling directly after extraction

Concave-shaped shoulder

Scope for cosmetic forming of soft tissue

Osseointegration of zirconia and titanium surfaces

A study at the University of Dresden 2 showed very good results with regard to the osseointegration of whiteSKY zirconia implants. The regenerated bone can clearly be seen (left picture) , as can the direct attachment of osteoblasts (right picture) to the surface.

2 Stadlinger B. et al.: Comparison of zirconia and titanium implants after a short healing period. A pilot study in minipigs; International Journal of Oral Maxillofacial Surgery 2010; 39; 585 – 592


The benefits from whiteSKY

2nd Generation


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