NTA Titanium Implants

NTA Titanium Implants

NTA Implants – Confidence in Stability

NTA Implants are Swiss-made titanium implants designed for stability and confidence. The implants feature a unique surface treatment known as SLA, which involves a sand-blasting process with corundum particles and an acid-etching bath to create a rough but micro-pitted surface that resists bacterial enclosures. The chemical composition of the SLA structure is titanium oxide (TiO2).
The implants also feature platform switching, which places the implant-abutment junction closer to the center of the implant and away from the implant-bone interface to prevent bone loss. The implants use a conical connection for bacterial sealing and precise placement of the abutment, and a straight body for easier placement and stress distribution. The implants have a cutting-edge design with three sharp edges for easy implant osteotomy preparation and less postoperative pain.
The NTA Implants come in two sizes, narrow and regular, with varying diameters and heights. The implants use a no-mount system for easy separation and connection, and the recommended torque for placement is less than 40 Ncm. The implants also have a tapered angle for safer maxillary placement.

How We Work?


Who Are We ?

Smile Antalya has grown to be the largest facilitator of dental services in Turkey to the international community.


Kemerağzı Mah., Yaşar Sobutay Bulvarı, Tekin Plaza No:304 D:23 Kundu/Antalya

FDA Approved

The Dental Implants are approved by the FDA and come with a lifetime guarantee.

Travel Plans

We can advise on every aspect of your travel including flights, hotels, airport transfers and specialist travel insurance.


3D smile design software and CAD/ CAM technology enabling the dental professionals to provide any smile design and tooth shape. Only available in high-end clinics, this technology gives you full control of the end result.


Both accurate and safe treatment planning by the use of sophisticated technology including Panoramic X-ray and 3D Tomographic scanning.