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V3 Conical Connection Implant


The V3 is a groundbreaking, innovative and sophisticated solution. It was invented by doctors for doctors and was designed for potentially optimizing esthetic procedures through tissue preservation and growth. 

The MIS comprehensive conical connection solution offers:

  • One consistent prosthetic solution.
  • One surgical kit.
  • One drilling protocol.
  • Two unique geometries of the C1 and V3 implant systems provide optimum implant integration and bone growth.


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  • Esthetics: A broad range of MIS conical connection prosthetic components presents uncompromising accuracy; a consistent concave emergence profile for excellent soft tissue results; golden shade to support high esthetic results.
  • Implant Integration: The triangular-shaped neck of the of the V3 was engineered to provide a reservoir for blood pooling and the formation of blood clots. These conditions are required for both optimum implant integration and bone growth.
  • Bone Preservation: A 12-degree friction fit conical connection which ensures a secure seal and minimal micro-movements, along with the gaps formed around the sides of the implant neck and a platform switched design, were engineered to provide a tight interface, compression-free zone, and soft tissue preservation and growth. Crestal bone loss may be minimized by reducing mechanical trauma and stress in the cortical bone, and gaining soft tissue volume.
  • Maximum Accuracy: Each V3 package comes with its own sterile, single-use final drill, which is suitable for all bone types, increasing the potential for a more precise-fit. V3 insertion tools are marked to help orient the implant during placement.
  • Clinical success: The surface roughness and micro-morphology of all MIS implants, is a result of sand-blasting and acid-etching. This MIS established surface technology has provided millions of patients with excellent osseointegration results and long-lasting clinical success, and is backed by years of research and supporting data.

V3 with B+ Surface

B+ is a mono molecular layer of multi-phosphonates. It is permanently bound to the surface of the implant and is perceived as bone-like by the body.


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Clinical Cases

Use of angled screw channel to facilitate the placement of a screw-retained implant-supported crown replacing a maxillary central incisor
Star Concept: Guided Surgery 3.0
Use of Stay-in Abutment to Minimize Crestal Bone Remodeling
One-Time CONNECT Abutments in Different Diameters in the Posterior Maxilla
Clinical Case Competition, Bahamas 2018
V3 Clinical Case
Guided Immediate Placement in the Esthetic Zone
Digital Workflow with the V3 Implant
Immediate Dentoalveolar Restoration (IDR) using MIS V3 implant
Immediate Implantation and Loading After Extraction on Lateral Incisor
Young Clinicians Clinical Case Competition, Barcelona 2016
V3 Clinical Cases Booklet

Published Articles

Physical Characterization of 3 Implant Systems Made of Distinct Materials with Distinct Surfaces
Clinical Research Posters Abstracts - EAO 2020
Drill Performance: Erosion and Corrosion Tests Summary
Clinical Research Posters - EAO 2019
Clinical Research Posters Abstracts - EAO 2019
Hard and Soft Tissue Changes in the Rehabilitation of the Anterior Maxilla with Triangular Shape Neck Implants: A Retrospective Clinical Study with a One-Year Follow Up
Identification Card and Codification of the Chemical and Morphological Characteristics of 62 Dental Implant Surfaces
Human Histologic Evaluations of Implants with a Unique Triangular Neck Design
Characterizations of MIS Implant Surface
Clinical and Radiographic Assessment of Circular Versus Triangular Cross-section Neck Implants ‎in the Posterior Maxilla: A 1-year Randomized Controlled Trial
Bone changes above and below the implant-abutment junction of subcrestally placed implants after 1 year post-delivery from a RCT
Osseoconduction of a sandblasted and etched titanium alloy surface in type IV bone: a human histologic evaluation