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Fits the natural architecture.


Immediate Placement in a Molar Extraction Socket

The TILOBEMAXX® 7, 8 and 9 mm diameter dental implants allow for immediate placement into a multi-rooted molar extraction site.

  • Fits the natural architecture of the site
  • Optimizes the soft tissue embrasure space
  • Maximizes bone preservation

The molar extraction socket.

The TILOBEMAXX® dental implant fits the multi-rooted molar extraction socket and allows for immediate placement following extraction. This alternative treatment modality maximizes bone preservation, minimizes the need for bone grafting and reduces treatment time.


A conventional implant is not suited for immediate placement in the molar extraction socket. As a result, waiting periods of three to four months are necessary to allow for healing of the socket prior to implant placement. Often, the healed extraction site presents reduced bone height, inadequate for implant placement without a bone augmentation procedure.


The TILOBEMAXX® Dental Implants feature a body with a larger-than-conventional diameter (7, 8 and 9 mm) to fill the molar site, ultimately achieving primary stability from engagement with the perimeter bony wall. With tapered dental implant bodies and an enhanced surface, the TILOBEMAXX® dental implant is designed to fit the natural shape of the molar socket. The end result is an optimal implant fit in the multi-rooted immediate extraction site that minimizes bone loss and reduces treatment time.


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