Tissue-Level Screw-Retained Solution


MIS CONNECT: Versatile One-Time Solution for Conical Connection Implants


The MIS CONNECT is a stay-in abutment system which enables avoiding interference with the peri-implant gingival seal.


It offers doctors the ability to maximize the tissue-level restoration concept, enabling the entire prosthetic procedure and restoration to occur far from the bone, and at any level of the connective tissue.


The CONNECT is designed to reduce micro-movements and micro-leakage of bacteria at the bone level.


  • Versatility The MIS CONNECT system may be used in single or multiple unit restorations for digital or traditional procedures. It may also be used for both provisional and final prosthetic restorations, as well as for one-stage or II stage procedures.
  • Ease of Use The CONNECT abutment is delivered sterile and comes with its own plastic grip for maximum ease of use. The system features a simple suprastructure engagement with a 12 point connection and offers one line of suprastructures for all platforms.
  • Esthetics The transmucosal CONNECT abutment (low and narrow profile) was designed to facilitate a predictable and successful outcome. Using the CONNECT potentially enables creating a biologic seal around the implant/ bone junction. This may provide the best possible environment to maintain bone level, and esthetic soft tissue results. In addition, the solution allows for a broader range of screw-retained prosthetics in the esthetic zone.
  • Ultimate Precision & Durability CONNECT abutments are one-piece and solid (with no separate prosthetic screw). The system enables a smooth path of insertion for bridges and connected crowns, thanks to a 40° opening of the abutment. Its internal connection presents the advantage of high accuracy and ultimate fit with the suprastructures.

Technical Information

  • CONNECT abutments
  • Healing caps
  • Impression copings
  • Analogs
  • Angulated cementable abutment
  • CoCr plastic cylinders
  • Temporary cylinders
  • Final esthetic abutments
  • Scan Posts

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
Rehabilitation of Right Central Incisor After Traumatic Root Fracture
The One-Time Connect Extension Abutment for Single Implants. Introduction of a New Concept.

Published Articles

The Influence of New Immediate Tissue Level Abutment on Crestal Bone Stability of Subcrestally Placed Implants: A 1-year Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial
Clinical Research Posters Abstracts - EAO 2020
Bone changes above and below the implant-abutment junction of subcrestally placed implants after 1 year post-delivery from a RCT
Replacing Hopeless Maxillary Incisors With Adjacent Implants via an Integrative Biologically-Oriented Approach
Implant Neck or 1-Time Abutment Level Treatment? Early Outcome of Bone and Soft Tissue from a RCT