1. What types of products does the company offer?

BIONIKA is engaged in research, development, manufacture and trade in the fields of dentistry, oral surgery, traumatology and orthopaedics. Our primary focus is on the development and manufacture of dental artificial root implants.

Our wide range of dental products includes various types of implants (mini, single-phase and two-phase), abutments (snap in, cementable, screw-retained), dental surgical instruments and kits, meshes for bone augmentation and various CAD/CAM elements.

  1. What are BIONIKA implants made of?

The Grade 2 - Grade 4 titanium used in the manufacture of BIONIKA implants, in accordance with the ISO 5832-2ASTMF67 standard, has the most favourable properties for dental implantology.

  1. What are BIONIKA abutments made of?

We use alloyed, high-strength titanium of Grade 5 quality in accordance with ISO 5832-4ASTMF136.

  1. What guarantees the quality of the products?

Product quality is guaranteed by design, manufacturing and quality management in accordance with harmonised European Union legislation. BIONIKA Medline Medical Ltd. operates according to the EN ISO 9001 and EN ISO 13485 quality management systems. Our products are CE marked and certified by EMKI and QT-CERT.

  1. What types of tests are carried out to check quality?

Our company applies strict quality control processes at all stages of implant manufacturing. This includes inspection of raw materials, assembly quality and testing of finished products after manufacture. 

  1. What is the difference between single-phase and two-phase implants?

The term single-phase implant means that the dental implant can be placed in a single step (single surgery), with the root of the implant and the element in between consisting of a single piece. In this case, the implant head extends beyond the gum, avoiding a second surgery after healing. However, single-phase implants are only suitable for dense and large amounts of bone.

In contrast, with two-phase implants, the titanium screw (artificial root) and the element in between are separate pieces. In a traditional implantation, the artificial root is inserted first, then, after ossification and healing, the area is reopened and the pontic and the prosthesis are placed. In the case of a two-phase implant, it is also possible to place an immediate load implant, and this is also the procedure we use in our practice to create immediate load implants. 

  1. How do I choose the right implant?

There are several factors to consider, including the patient's condition, the technology used, and the expected results. If you're unsure about selecting the appropriate products, feel free to contact our consultants:

  • Phone: +36 70 362 92 35 (call, text, WhatsApp)
  • Email: trade@hu

Since our founding in 1989, we have built up a knowledge base that guarantees you that we can help you with any problem you may have!

  1. What payment options are available?

You can choose from bank transfer, debit card, or PayPal as payment options. If you select bank transfer, please remember to send us proof of payment, such as a screenshot of the bank transfer or bank account statement.

  1. How long does it take for an order to be delivered?

Delivery length: 1-3 working days with standard shipping, 1-2 working days express shipping (within EU)

In the case of manufacturing: + extra 2-3 working days

We also deliver outside Europe, where you can expect an additional + 2 days on average.

The data is for informative purposes only, discrepancies may occur!

  1. How can I contact the company?
  1. Can you help me identify an unknown implant? How does this process work?
1.  Collecting written documents, photographs, and X-rays.
2.  Removing parts above the fixture (screws, abutments, broken bridges, dentures, etc.).
3.  Taking an impression of the inside of the unknown implant with format-retaining silicone material.
4.  Designing new abutments based on the available information.
5.  Manufacturing implant components.
6.  Attempting to fit the manufactured components, and rigorously checking the screw connections.
7.  Making any necessary corrections, and then inserting in accordance with implantology guidelines


  1. How can I take an impression from inside an implant?
1.  The silicone (the version used for impression taking) is mixed to a dilute consistency and poured into the implant.
2.  A root canal needle or similar instrument (for embedding) is pushed into the diluted silicone and held there.
3.  Wait for the silicone to set (5-10 minutes) and then pull the whole thing out.
  1. Is it possible to order a customized product based on specific needs?

We know that there are cases when the standard solutions we are used to are not appropriate. We are not all the same, we may have different needs. That's why we have decided to offer our existing partners the possibility to produce custom-made abutments with short lead times.

For individual requirements, please contact us.

  1. In which cases and how can I return the products?

If you have any problems with your order or product, please contact us immediately by email or phone. You can reach our expert staff on the following telephone number: +36 70 362 9235 or email address: trade@bionika.hu.

  • We follow this EU regulation for returns:
    “If you buy a product or service online, you have the right to return it within 14 days of delivery without providing any justification.”
  • You may only return Products that are still in their intact original packaging. In particular, the original packaging and the Products may not be damaged, marked, or otherwise altered.
  • Expired products cannot be returned or exchanged.  
  • Items purchased as part of a promotion cannot be returned, only exchanged.
  1. Do the products have a guarantee?

BIONIKA offers a long-term guarantee for its products. We offer a lifetime guarantee on our dental fixtures, which means that we will replace them free of charge in the event of material defects.

  1. What does the COMPATIBLE product range cover?

There are many implant systems on the market today. This diversity makes it difficult to decide which one to invest in, as the financial implications of introducing a new system are considerable. We are trying to help with our "COMPATIBLE" abutments. These abutments are designed to be perfectly compatible with other systems and instruments. Our partners can choose from a range of different sizes and widths of abutments, with a choice of interfaces according to the system required. We even have a customized solution for every case!

We manufacture superstructures for more than 100 different implant systems in Hungary and abroad.