At Hiossen® Implant, we’ve become one of the top five dental implant companies in the world through our dedication to developing innovative, safe, high-quality and effective dental implants. We continue to achieve our mission by conducting rigorous testing, research, and clinical studies, as well as by listening to clinician input and using a five-step quality control process.
We’re more than a dental manufacturing company. Our mission focuses on four areas:
Due to our unique mission, we’ve set ourselves apart from other dental implant companies in the U.S. Our mission directs our efforts in research, education, development, and manufacturing. As a researcher, developer, manufacturer, and educator, our goal is to provide products, specifically for dental implants, that stem from the following goals:
Because of our role in the health community, our ISO-compliant company also dedicates itself to improving one’s health. That’s why we provide clinical, hands-on education to licensed dentists from renowned faculty at state-of-the-art facilities across the U.S., as well as an online education website. Moving forward, Hiossen remains dedicated to our ongoing commitment to customer service and technology.
At Hiossen® Implant, we’ve become one of the top five dental implant companies in the world through our dedication to developing innovative, safe, high-quality and effective dental implants.
Our journey to becoming a leading dental implant company in the U.S. began in 2006. In Fairless Hills, PA, we built our state-of- the-art manufacturing facility for producing our innovative dental systems, such as the ET System, as well as prosthetics and specialized regenerative kits.
We later established direct sales offices throughout major U.S. cities, including San Francisco, CA, and Washington, D.C. With 10 offices across the country, we started achieving our goal of providing local, one-to- one support to dentists of varying levels of dental implantation experience.
During this time, we recognized the growing need for implant education. Each year, the number of dental implants needed grows by 500,000, which is why we began providing professional implant training programs as well as lectures from qualified implantologists.