Technological superiority defines the future of implant dentistry, and Zimmer Biomet Dental is leading this charge. Our teams of engineers, scientists, designers and clinicians are committed to developing innovative solutions that shape the future of oral care. With approximately 319 combined issued patents and 161 combined patents pending worldwide, we devote the highest level of resources available to the development of products that aid in improving patient outcomes.
As our customer, you’ll enjoy premium access to the backing and resources of one of the largest musculoskeletal companies in the world can offer. Through research and development initiatives, we respond to the daily demands of your practice with a sense of clarity, effectiveness and leadership you won’t find elsewhere.
Superior craftsmanship and quality are reflected in the proven clinical performance of our comprehensive suite of dental implant and rehabilitation solutions. More than 650 published articles, as well as honors by industry associations, including a Medical Design Excellence Award (MDEA), serve as a testament to our unwavering commitment to operational excellence, continuous improvement and precision manufacturing to exceed the highest quality standards possible.
Beyond exceptional products, we offer unparalleled continuing education courses to enhance current skill sets and expand into new competencies. Our premium products and training opportunities can provide the confidence to address a range of clinical challenges and help you deliver successful patient outcomes.
At Zimmer Biomet Dental, our focus is always on you. Priority attention is the hallmark of our service commitment, and we stand ready to offer you an unprecedented level of service and personalized solutions, including:
We realize that every minute counts when you are running a successful practice. That’s why it is our promise that you always find yourself at the front of the line whenever you need support.
Training center focuses on strengthening and enhancing the dental profession by offering scientific educational courses to dental clinicians from around the world.
(PARSIPPANY, NJ) February 16, 2016–Zimmer Biomet Holdings, Inc. (NYSE and SIX: ZBH), a global leader in musculoskeletal healthcare, is pleased to announce the grand re-opening of its dental division’s Zimmer Biomet Institute training center in Parsippany, New Jersey. The Zimmer Biomet Institute Parsippany training center is a part of the dental division of Zimmer Biomet.
A Strong, Esthetic Solution for Narrow Anterior Spaces
(Palm Beach Gardens, FL) – February 16, 2016–Zimmer Biomet’s dental division is pleased to announce the availability of its new 3.1 mmD Eztetic™ Implant, manufactured by Zimmer Dental, and accompanying surgical and restorative components. The 3.1mmD Eztetic Implant offers a strong, esthetic solution for narrow anterior sites.
Leader in musculoskeletal healthcare expands Tapered Screw-Vent® Family of dental implants featuring new coronal texturing options with microgrooves
(PALM BEACH GARDENS, FL) August 16, 2016—Zimmer Biomet (NYSE and SIX: ZBH), a global leader in musculoskeletal healthcare, launches the TSVT and TSVM MP-1® HA Dental Implants, manufactured by Zimmer Dental. An extension of the successful1 Tapered Screw-Vent® Implant Family, these additional implant configurations are designed to address clinical challenges and preferences for crestal bone maintenance and soft tissue management through coronal texturing options with microgrooves.
(Palm Beach Gardens, FL) – February 19, 2016 – The Zimmer Biomet dental division is pleased to announce the U.S. launch of its new 3i T3 Short Implants, manufactured by Biomet 3i. The company is also offering a comprehensive new surgical kit designed specifically to support site preparation and placement of 3i T3 Short Implants. The 3i T3 Short Implants have been commercially available in Europe and Australia since June of 2015. Dr. Francesco Amato stated, “The 3i T3 Short Implant provides me with an implant treatment option for patients with limited bone height, reducing the need for a sinus elevation or vertical ridge augmentation procedure.”