The Principle of “Differentiated Osseointegration”

Differentiated Osseointegration describes the guided equilibrium of bone implant distance, contact and compression in due consideration of spongy or cortical bone to achieve secure osseointegration on individual anatomical dental implants.  

Implant surface design is crucial in integrating all three possible primary bone implant contact scenarios:

Contact in the areas of the exact dental replica, for an immediate start of primary osseointegration without bone trauma;

Distance at the thin buccal and lingual cortical plates,
to safely avoid fracture and pressure resorption of this sensitive bone;

Compression in areas of macro retentions in areas of spongy bone to maintain safe primary stability during the entire osseointegration phase.

True ‘root-form analogue’ or ‘anatomic’ dental implants have been attempted in the past, most notably by Hodosh (1969). Those early attempts failed because of insufficient knowledge on healing of cortical and spongy bone, method, material, tooling, and technology. 

Only the principle of Differentiated Osseointegration in conjunction with the best material and technology has led to the first success in this field. In addition BioImplant™ employs modern industry 4.0 CAD/CAM technology to enable the precise replication of natural tooth forms, using zirconia – the hardest, most biocompatible material, already extensively used in implant medicine.

Further information can be found in our scientific publications on Differentiated Osseointegration
Therefore BioImplant™ is much more than simply to “replicate a tooth” as you can see on our publicat