implants - international magazine of oral implantology erscheint seit dem Jahr 2000 quartalsweise in einer Auflage von 10.000 Exemplaren. Mit Lesern in rund 100 Ländern ist implants heute eine der weltweit meist verbreiteten dentalen Fachpublikationen. Das in Kooperation mit der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Zahnärztliche Implantologie e.V. (DGZI), der ältesten europäischen implantologischen Fachgesellschaft, herausgegebene Magazin stellt sich in den Dienst des internationalen Know-how-Transfers auf dem Gebiet der dentalen Implantologie. Die Leser erhalten durch anwenderorientierte Fallberichte, wissenschaftliche Studien und komprimierte Produktinformationen ein regelmäßiges Update aus der Welt der internationalen Implantologie. Einen besonderen Stellenwert haben in diesem Zusammenhang vor allem Berichte über die international stattfindenden Fachkongresse und Symposien sowie die internationalen Aktivitäten der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Zahnärztliche Implantologie, die mit ihren eigenen und assoziierten Mitgliedern Bestandteil eines 11.000 Implantologiespezialisten umfassenden Netzwerkes ist.

Themen der aktuellen Ausgabe 01/2007

IDS 2007 - Focus on Implantology
Jürgen Isbaner, Editor-in-chief of the magazine ZWP Zahnarzt Wirtschaft Praxis, Germany
Research of antimicrobial photodynamic therapy (aPDT) according to the Helbo principle: In vitro as well as in vivo aspects, clinical applications and preliminary evaluation
Georg Bach, Peter Stoll, Wolfgang Bähr, Klaus Pelz, Christian Bogdan, and Heiner Nagursky/Germany
Although Paul Ehrlich had already discovered and described the principle of photodynamic ther apy by 1900, it took almost a century before medical science recognized the use of this form of therapy and attempted to integrate it into its treatment procedures.
Utilization of Zirconium Oxide in Fixed Restorations on Implants and Natural TeethÑa Case Report
Axel Zöllner, Claus Diemer, Germany
After the development of veneering ceramics, glass ceramics, and glass infiltration ceramics had, for the most part, decided what kind of veneering material would be used, eg for inlays or minor fixed restoration work, the discussion about dental ceramics has no doubt been revived by the introduction of zirconium oxide (Kappert 1999). As a result, there still are many open questions regarding zirconium oxide, among others those pertaining to its preparation, processing techniques and applicability for implant prosthetics.
Balloon-Lift-Control (blc): a minimal-invasive system for the elevation of the sinus floor mucosa (Part 1)
Klaus-U. Benner, Florian JM Bauer and Karl-H. Heuckmann, Germany
Within the last 30 years implantology has become more and more a standard treatment in daily dental practices. Endosteal implants have proved to be not only the basis of tightly fixed dentures, they obviously are capable, but also to prevent alveolar bone resorption. The materials, shapes and macro- as well as micro-designs of surface structures were the subject of a constant process of further development.
Implantology still runs the business in 2007: Surfaces, zirconoxidecoated implant components and CAD/CAM-systems are the big topicsauthor
Jürgen Isbaner/Germany
With two-digit rates of growth and an unstoppable speed of innovation in 2006 implantology was, without a doubt, the motor of dentistry. Whether in the media or at trade fairs or congresses - the central topic of 2007 remains ”implantology".
55th Annual Scientific Meeting American Academy of Implant Dentistry: Dental implants increasingly are becoming the preferredoption vs. bridgework and dentures
The main topic of the 55th American Academy of Implant Dentistry (AAID) was ”Achieve the Ultimate Makeover with Implant Dentistry.Ó It was held Oct. 25-29 in Chicago. Some 1,500 implant dentists and staff members attended, amongst them the board of the German Society of Dental Implantologie(DGZI). Below are news highlights from selected plenary talks and other sessions. Established in 1951, AAID is the oldest implant organization in the world and the only one offering implant credentials protected by federal court decisions. Its membership exceeds 3,200 and includes general dentists, oral surgeons, periodontists and prosthodontists from the United States and 40 other countries.
Nobel Biocare World Tour 2006 Wrap-up: Beautiful Teeth Nowª and Always!
Fifty-one days and seventeen cities later, Nobel Biocare has completed its successful, dynamic and often exhilarating World Tour 2006. The Tour began on the 9th of March in Frankfurt/Main, Germany, and wrapped up the 18th of November in Barcelona, Spain. The statistics from the tour are impressive: attendance in excess of 20,000, more than 125 live surgeries and over 250 hands-on training and focus sessions.
Continuing education with a certificate of excellence: BIOMET 3i Continuing Education for German practitioners in sunny Florida
Torsten Hartmann, Germany
Continuing education programs outside of Germany have always had a particular allure. Even though the number of these programs has shrunk considerably due to the increasingly altered economic landscape in dental medicine, foreign continuing education programs have retained their special appeal.
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