Tightly sealed conical interface with a deep internal hex connection offers high mechanical strength and platform switching to optimize bone preservation and soft tissue.
The platform switch maintains crestal bone and increases soft tissue volume around the implant platform.14,15,16
Microthreads provide even load distribution, stabilizing and maintaining crestal bone level.4,5,6
Sandblasted acid-etched surface, with an extensive multi-stage cleaning process, utilizes ultra-pure water (UPW) which removes undesired residues, providing a clean surface and maintaining an intact oxide layer.8,9,10
Tapered progressive thread aimed to enhance initial stability by creating bone compression.
The apically tapered implant design allows for under-preparation of the osteotomy and supports primary stability in soft bone.
Double-lead thread with a reverse buttress profile with optimal 0.8 mm thread pitch.
Designed for controlled implant placement in challenging sites.

22° Conical Connection

Secure Implant Abutment Interface

Tightly sealed conical interface with a deep internal hex connection offers high mechanical strength and platform switching to optimize bone preservation and soft tissue.11,12,13

One Platform

Simplified Workflow

One platform across all implant diameters simplifies the restorative workflow, with one prosthetic connection providing a variety of restorative options. This drives efficiency and reduces treatment complexity.

Precision Milled

Implant and abutments are produced to an accuracy within 0.5° to achieve excellent retention. The tighter the tolerance, the greater the mechanical retention for eliminating micromovement and providing a clinical seal between the implant and the abutment.11,12,13

Product Brochure
Dynamic Conical brochure
Thread Design
Double lead thread with a reverse buttress profile with optimal 0.8 mm thread pitch.
Science Meets Innovation
We continue to build on our strong heritage as a contemporary implant system backed by science and innovation. Paltop offers six innovative implants with an advanced biological design, including state-of-the-art surgical and restorative components. This complete implant system with two restorative connections, both engineered for marginal bone preservation and restorative flexibility, can be placed utilizing the Premium Surgical Kit. The hallmark of our restorative components is a unique concave abutment profile, which helps deliver long-term aesthetics. Paltop leads with innovation through unique digital workflows and individual implant solutions, such as the Single-Unit Abutment System (SUA) and the Angulated Corrective System (ACS) designed to deliver excellent treatment outcomes and better patient care.

The proprietary K-LEAN™ surface is created by two sequential stages: sandblasting, aimed at creating a porous surface topography, followed by acid etching, intended to generate micro-roughened surface structure. The surface treatment is completed by removing contaminants using ultra-pure water (UPW), a unique process acquired from the semiconductor industry.8,9,10

EDI Journal
SEM Surface Analyses of 120 Sterile-Packed Implants

“PALTOP has decided to consistently clean their products with ultra-pure water (UPW), which is rather expensive to produce, compared to regular demineralized water, and is otherwise mostly employed by the semiconductor industry.”9

Concanve Throughout
Engineered Aesthetics
The concave design creates an optimal emergence profile by forming a dense layer of mucosal tissue.
Bone Preservation
Biological System
Long-term aesthetics, Concave Profile, Microthreads, K-Lean.
Internal Hex
3 Platforms - Narrow, Standard and Wide.
One Platform! Simplified workflow & precision milled.
One Kit for All
Premium KIt
Innovative Handpiece-Based Guidance.
Innovative Guidance
Fully Guided Kit
Innovative Handpiece-Based Guidance.
A complete line of prosthetic components, provides unlimited analog and digital flexibility.
Discover a wide range of surgical kits and instruments.
Angulated Corrective System
Increased restorative flexibility.
Single-Unit Abutment
Soft-tissue preservation.


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