The PerioSeal Company is committed to the advancement of dental science and dental implant technology. The company has ongoing research for the betterment of the dental profession. The PerioSeal Dental Implant System was first developed in 1995 and has proven to be one of the better systems to date, if not the best on the market.read more
Goals of Dental Implants
The goal of dental implant treatment is to provide function, longevity and esthetics to dental patients in an environment that can be maintained with routine oral hygiene procedures. PerioSeal™ implants have been designed to address the criteria of success as defined by the patient.read more
Different for a reason
The genesis of the PerioSeal™ Implant (PSI™) system was an engineering project to develop a stronger implant abutment connection and to eliminate the open micro-gap at the implant abutment junction. The project was expanded to include biological research to identify the principle causes of implant failure.read more
PerioSeal™ implants also eliminate the frustration of loose prosthetic screws. The literature cites studies with significant numbers of prosthetic screw loosening in conventional dental implants. The PerioSeal™ collet locking connection rigidly secures the abutment in the implant, thus eliminating micro-motion and subsequent screw loosening.read more
Simple dentistry (routine).
Conventional restorative procedures for the dentist.
Less cost for abutments.
Less cost for implants.
Fewer laboratory costs.
Simple laboratory procedures.
Less confusion for the laboratory.
A New Beginning
If a patient faces the loss of one or several teeth or is dissatisfied with dentures or other options available, the patient may find that dental implants are the right solution. Age is not typically a major factor: successful dental implants have been performed on young people as well as the elderly.read more