'Bioracine' is an artificial dental root made of natural calcium carbonate (Pinctade maxima mother of pearl). This non-biodegradable material is very close to bone tissue in its physicochemical composition and presents remarkable hardness, resistance and elasticity. Bioracine is a buried dental implant with a special screw thread, presenting a large surface which shows pores of 2-3 mum. A histological study of the interface between the implant and human maxillary bone demonstrated an extraordinary cellular union between these two tissues. Furthermore, bioracine presents two new technical innovations: a periprosthetic epithelial attachment of connective tissue with an active shock absorbing system. Bioracine is an exceptional dental root substitute that matches the biological properties of natural bone.