NobelParallel Conical Connection – simply straightforward

The implant system with exceptional versatility for universal use

Stability and flexibility in parallel

NobelParallel CC RP implant

The NobelParallel Conical Connection is straightforward in design and application. It offers extraordinary flexibility that you'll appreciate whether you're an experienced clinician or new to implantology. The well-documented implant body provides high primary stability and allows for universal use in all bone qualities and a wide range of indications.

Why NobelParallel Conical Connection?

Universal use and exceptional versatility

Cover the majority of your cases with only one implant system - no matter if you're placing implants in the anterior or posterior region1,2,6 or treating single tooth, multiple-teeth or full-arch restorations.1,2,3,4,5,6,7

The well-documented implant body is designed for universal use in all bone qualities and a wide range of indications.1,2,3

Engineered for Immediate Function

The surgical protocol in combination with the implant design (TiUnite surface, threads from tip to platform and the tapered apex) are all designed to provide high primary stability and support the Immediate Function protocol.1,4 The NobelParallel Conical Connection apex design also allows for bi-cortical anchorage to obtain high primary stability in cases of reduced bone density.5

Efficient treatment flow

A limited number of drills ensures a straightforward surgical protocol that can be flexibly used in different bone densities.



Access to innovative restorative solutions

Take advantage of innovative solutions available only for Nobel Biocare's conical connection. These include the cement-free NobelProcera ASC (angulated screw channel) Abutment and the NobelProcera FCZ (full-contour zirconia) Implant Crown. Experience the unique pick-up function of the Omnigrip tooling and its incredible grip on the screw.

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Strong internal conical connection

The advanced internal conical connection with hexagonal interlocking offers high mechanical strength.



Enhanced osseointegration

Unique oxidized TiUnite surface with grooves maintains implant stability through fast bone formation and promotes long-term success.8,9,10,11

How to restore?


Choose from a wide range of prosthetic options

NobelParallel Conical Connection supports the comprehensive range of NobelProcera CAD/CAM dental prosthetics as well as Nobel Biocare's full range of prefabricated abutments.

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Enjoy prosthetic flexibility

NobelParallel Conical Connection features a dual-function prosthetic connection with internal conical connection for abutment-supported restorations as well as an implant shoulder for unique NobelProcera Implant Bridges in titanium and zirconia.


Strong internal conical connection

  • Uniform load distribution with a conical seal
  • Color-coded for accurate and fast identification
  • Six abutment positions


Immediate implant placement with Immediate Function

Case courtesy of Dr. Claude Authelain, France

Situation: 67-year-old male patient with periodontal disease of the inferior incisors.

Solution: Immediate replacement of four lower incisors using two NobelParallel Conical Connection implants and a provisional bridge.

Anterior single-tooth replacement with Immediate Function

Case courtesy of Dr. Léon Pariente and Dr. Karim Dada, France

Situation: Root fracture of upper lateral incisor, tooth extraction indicated. 

Solution:  Immediate implant placement in extraction socket using a NobelParallel Conical Connection implant and NobelGuide pilot drilling template. Immediate provisionalization on the day of surgery and final restoration using the NobelProcera ASC Abutment. 

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All-on-4® treatment in the mandible

Case courtesy of Dr. Steffen Buchholz, Germany

Situation: Edentulous mandible with wide alveolar.

Solution: Full-arch reconstruction with immediate provisionalization using the All-on-4® treatment concept. NobelParallel CC RP 4.3 x 13 mm implants with a NobelProcera Implant Bridge as the final restoration. 

Lower anterior tooth replacement

Case courtesy of Prof. Alessandro Pozzi, Italy

Situation: Male patient, 66 years old. Vertical tooth drift of the four lower incisors, class II dento-skeletal malocclusion, chronic periodontitis, tooth mobility and dental caries.

Solution: NobelParallel Conical Connection 3.75 x 13 mm. NobelGuide pilot drill surgical template in fresh extraction socket. Flapless surgery. Immediate provisionalization. NobelProcera Zirconia Implant Bridge

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Replacement of multiple teeth in the posterior

Case courtesy of Dr. Claude Authelain, France

Situation: Partially edentulous in the lower and upper jaw, upper jaw to be treated at a later stage, narrow crest situation. 

Solution:  Endodontic treatment of infected area and placement of two NobelParallel Conical Connection implants. A NobelProcera Implant Bridge Titanium is chosen as the final restorative solution.

Immediate single-tooth replacement in the posterior

Case courtesy of Dr. Léon Pariente and Dr. Karim Dada, France

Situation: Fractured maxillary first molar, tooth extraction indicated. 

Solution: Immediate implant placement in extraction socket using a NobelParallel Conical Connection implant and NobelGuide pilot drilling template.

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Immediate placement and immediate provisionalization

Case courtesy of Dr. Roland Glauser, Switzerland

Situation: Missing maxillary first premolar, healed site 

Solution: Immediate implant placement using a NobelParallel CC RP 4.3 implant and NobelGuide Pilot Drill Surgical Template. Immediate provisionalization on the day of surgery.

User experiences

Dr. Sascha Jovanovic, Periodontist and Academic Chairman, gIDE Institute, Los Angeles, USA.

Dr. Sascha Jovanovic, USA

"I have been impressed with NobelParallel Conical Connection. The drill protocol is straightforward and the implant performs well in all bone qualities. I have found that NobelParallel Conical Connection provides excellent primary stability, making it a good implant choice for different indications."

Dr. Sascha Jovanovic, Periodontist and Academic Chairman, gIDE Institute, Los Angeles, USA.

Dr. Ana Ferro, Portugal

"It's an amazing implant. It has a pointed apex and parallel walls, which makes it perfect for thin crest and very soft bone. (...) We can go for bi-cortical anchorage, and that makes a huge difference when you are going for Immediate Function, especially in the posterior maxilla". 

Dr. Ana Ferro, Malo Clinic, Lisbon, Portugal

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Dr. Claude Authelain, France

"It's a versatile implant, which allows for lots of indications". 

Dr. Claude Authelain, Oral surgeon, Strasbourg, France

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Dr. Giorgio Tabanella, Italy

"We've seen that the implant is very very stable, it's excellent to use in very soft bone as well as hard bone. It's very easy to use, so it's an ideal dental implant for beginners." 

Dr. Giorgio Tabanella, Periodontist, Rome, Italy

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Prof. Alessandro Pozzi, Italy

"Impressive performance in fresh extraction sockets, easy to use and to achieve the proper primary stability for the immediate loading procedures. An implant design that enhances the minimally invasive surgical approach and meets the biology of bone and soft tissue." 

Dr. Alessandro Pozzi, Prosthodontist, Rome, Italy

Dr. David Dunn, Australia

"I believe this new NobelParallel Conical Connection offers a very universal implant. We have the benefits of the internal connection and yet not compromising the primary stability. To me this a very user-friendly implant, which is applicable in most areas of the mouth". 

Dr. David Dunn, gIDE - Global Institute for Dental Education, Sydney, Australia

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