Research and Science


Our research project IdentiTI, which is funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research, focuses on the use of new materials in implantology.
Our engineers Jan Niewolik and Florian Sachsenhauser are involved in this project.

Christopher Spiegel is our doctoral student in the field of microbiology, who is currently researching surface properties

There are more things to research on and to help us develop products and services.

So, if you are a lateral thinker, a person with a thirst for research or you are just interested in our topics
– especially if you are a professor, student, dentist or patient – please get in touch with us.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Ongoing Research

Areas of Research

Open Innovation

We invite anyone interested and talented in the fields of implantology, finite elements, research & development, IT and business to work with us on the best and safest implant.

We would be pleased if you give us constructive criticism and get to know us as well as our visionary products.

Research partners

We cooperate with universities and other external partners to advance implant research.


Reshaping titanium

The aim of this research is to establish the process of reshaping titanium alloys in the area of medical technology. This changes the properties of the material and we hope to achieve a significant improvement for the implant.

Mr. Kluy is researching the process in his doctorate at the Technical University of Darmstadt.

Time for change.

There shouldn’t be any compromises. That’s why we make implants simple and safe. For patients, as well as doctors.

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