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Natural Dental Implants™ Announces Availability of the REPLICATE™ Non-Surgical Tooth Replacement System in Germany and Switzerland

Tue, 03/12/2013 - 1:00am
PR Newswire

BERLIN, March 12, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Berlin-based Natural Dental Implants AG, the developer of the REPLICATE™ Non-Surgical Tooth Replacement System, today announced the availability of the system to customers in Germany and Switzerland.  The product will become available in other EU countries before the end of the year.

The REPLICATE™ System, a non-surgical approach to replacing non-functional teeth, offers an alternative to three-unit bridges and traditional dental implants.  Each REPLICATE™ Tooth is 100% customized for the individual patient.  Using CBCT/DVT imaging, specialized software and precision manufacturing techniques, an anatomical copy of the natural tooth is made prior to extraction and then inserted into the existing bone socket at the time the non-functional tooth is removed.  A customized crown/splint is temporarily bonded to adjacent teeth providing primary stability.  It is designed to position the REPLICATE Tooth out of occlusion and to restrict micro-movements during osteointegration.  The REPLICATE System is indicated for single tooth replacement only.

Natural Dental Implants AG will be at the IDS meeting in Cologne with its partner Biodentis, March 12-16, Hall: 11.3 Booth: F008/G009.

About Natural Dental Implants AG

Natural Dental Implants AG, headquartered in Berlin, Germany, with a U.S. subsidiary based in Dallas, Texas, was founded in 2006 to develop the intellectual property behind the REPLICATE™ Non-surgical Tooth Replacement System. Research and development operations began in 2009. The REPLICATE System, a patented solution for non-surgical, single tooth replacement, is currently available in the European Union and awaiting regulatory clearance in the United States. Visit www.replicatetooth.com to learn more.

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