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Diameter of 2.1 mm.
Intraosseous section available in two lengths – 10 and 14 mm.
Immediate provisional restoration. More

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  • Immediate provisional restoration
  • Intraosseous section available in two lengths – 10 and 14 mm
  • Diameter of 2.1 mm
  • Easy straightforward insertion (sometimes with just two instruments – ProImplant final drill and Extend driver or mechanical ProImplant insertion wrench)
  • Possibility of parallelism correction

LASAK one-piece temporary ProImplant implants enable the temporary treatment of patients with high aesthetic and functional demands with an existing prosthesis or with provisional fixed dentures during the healing period for permanent implants or graft sites. These temporary implants are made from Titanium Grade 4. The bendable implant section enables the provisional implants to be optimally aligned. LASAK temporary ProImplant implants have been in clinical use since 2008.

These temporary ProImplant implants give your patients the opportunity to leave your practice immediately after implantation with a functional denture. This way, they can enjoy their lives without any aesthetic or functional restrictions and participate in social life during the necessary healing period.

The bone bed is prepared with the ProImplant final drill with a diameter of 1.5 mm.

LASAK ProImplant implants can be easily placed using the extend driver or the mechanical ProImplant insertion wrench or the Unigrip (possibly together with the ratchet). After six months at the latest, the ProImplant implants can be removed with the same instruments.

Using the ProImplant parallelizer, you can check as well as correct the parallelism of the ProImplant implants.

You can take an impression of the temporary ProImplant implants with the Proimplant closed tray impression copings. Abutment analogs are certainly also necessary for the laboratory.


  • Support for immediate loaded, provisional restorations
  • Protection of soft tissue over healing implant sites
  • Protection of the grafted area