Trefoil™ – the next full-arch revolution
The Trefoil system is a breakthrough in efficiency for treating the mandible. Using a pre-manufactured bar with a unique fixation mechanism, it can adjust to compensate for inherent deviations from the ideal implant position. This is a new fixed solution for definitive teeth in one day.*
Nobel Biocare has led innovation in full-arch solutions for over 50 years. Dental implant patients are increasingly demanding immediate restorations. To meet those demands, dental professionals are seeking solutions with fewer surgical steps, shorter treatment time, high success rates, high patient satisfaction and function on the day of surgery. The Trefoil system is a cost-efficient solution that allows Immediate Function and makes fixed and definitive teeth on the day of implant surgery an option for more patients.
Visit nobelbiocare.com/Trefoil for more information on Trefoil.
*Depending on clinician preference and close cooperation with the laboratory.
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