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Themen der aktuellen Ausgabe 01/2008

Editorial: The Worldwide Implantology Trend
Dr Friedhelm Heinemann, President of DGZI
Divergence compensation of abutments - A comparative study based on the mathematical calculation
Michael Pampel, Germany
In literature and manufacturer«s publications there are no exact data about the capacity and limits of individualization of the definite abutments for crowns, bridges and overdentures on Frialit¨-2 and/or Xive¨ implants. Therefore the data for abutments have to be calculated by the use of a formula...
Animal experimental study of the healing of endosteal implants with vacuum titanium spray and calcium phosphate coating
Rainer Lutz, Safwan Srour, Peter Kessler, Emeka Nkenke, Karl Andreas Schlegel, Germany
Dental implants are often the only possibility for incorporating a functional denture in patients with marked jaw atrophy or following cancer surgery of the oral cavity. A crucial factor for the success of endosteal implants is the degree of bone deposition on the implant. This is considerably influenced by the bone density in the local tissue. The cortex is thinner in the maxilla compared with the mandible and the cancellous pattern is finer.51 Long-term clinical and experimental investigations have demonstrated statistically significantly that the success rate of implants is much poorer in the maxilla compared with the mandible...
Interdisciplinary restoration of anterior teethAplasia of teeth 12 and 22
Klaus Haselhuhn, Germany
Just how important interdisciplinary cooperation between orthodontists, oral surgeons and prosthodontists is becomes especially apparent when treating tooth-bounded gaps resulting from aplasia. The case described here suffers from aplasia of the upper lateral incisors...
Immediate implant placement and immediate loading after a complicated tooth extraction
Xavier Vela, Spain
As implant dentistry continues to evolve to meet our patient s demands for aesthetic tooth replacements with minimal downtime or inconvenience, the dental implant industry has responded with new technological advancements and research. For example, the development of enhanced implant surfaces, such as the Osseotite¨ Dual-Acid-Etched Implant Surface, improved on the results seen with machined surfaced implants. Studies demonstrated long term Cumulative Survival Rates (CSRs) with Osseotite implants in the range of 95% to 98%1-3 (at five years4) which represented an improvement over the CSRs of machined surfaced implants (85% to 95%)...
56th Annual AAID Conferencein Las Vegas
Rolf Vollmer, Germany
The annual AAID conference was held from November 7 through 11, 2007 in the Rio Suites Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada. The well-attended conference also provided the setting for the annual change of presidents, where current president Dr Frank LaMar handed the presidency over to Dr Jaime Lozada. The World Congress Symposium of Oral Implantology took place simultaneously to the AAID conference. Outstanding clinicians with scientific research were included in the program and presented state-of-the-art treatment options and alternative therapies...
1,200 Attend the AIAI Conference in Sendai/Japan - DGZI s Japanese partner association celebrates continued success
Roland Hille, Germany
This year s AIAI Conference in Japan was a great success with nearly 1,200 participants attending the international event held in the metropolis Sendai, situated two hours north of Tokyo.
Ma assalaama Dubai, God dag Stockholm - DGZI draws a positive balance on FDI world conference
Daniel Zimmermann und Claudia Salwiczek, Germany
Understanding oral hygiene as a component of general preventative health careÑthis is how FDI President Michle Aerden summarised the recently ended World Dental Congress in Dubai. This is an essential understanding if one hopes to lastingly improve and promote oral health, Aerden told the international press on the last day of the congress. The Belgian-born president also passed on her post to the newly elected Canadian Dr Burton Conrod, who will preside over the world federation for the next two years. Dr Conrod announced that continuity can be expected during his term, as well as structural changes to improve communication between the world federation and its member associations. The World Dental Federation (FDI) has been in existence since 1900 and holds its conference each year in a different city. Recent locations include Montreal and Shenzhen, China...
Focused on your practice success: 13th DENTSPLY Friadent World Symposium 2008 in Berlin
”Focused on your practice successÓ is the slogan of the 13th DENTSPLY Friadent World Symposium 2008. The world of implantology will meet in Berlin on April 18 and 19 under the scientific committee of Dr. David Garber, USA, Professor Adriano Piattelli, Italy, and Professor Lin Ye, China. More than 2,000 delegates from all over the world will be given the opportunity of experiencing interesting innovations and practical concepts, and discussing how to implement them successfully into everyday work in the dental practice. Numerous interesting presentations will be offered and delegates will be able to participate interactively. To round off the high-quality scientific program an exciting evening event will take place in one of the most unusual in-locations in the cultural metropolis of Berlin.
International CAMLOG Congress 2008
”Science meets practiceÑpractice meets science.Ó This will be the theme of the International CAMLOG Conference 2008. On May 9-10, the Congress Center Basle will be the venue for this meeting of experts from clinics, dental offices, and dental laboratories. The congress topics will cover the entire spectrum of implant dentistry, which has become a mature and beneficial therapy, that is experiencing increasing demand from an ever better informed patient clientele.
Selected Events 2008
Dr Friedhelm Heinemann - Unanimously Elected DGZI President for Three More Years
Dr Friedhelm Heinemann
On November 24, 2007, the general meeting of the German Association of Dental Implantology (DGZI) unanimously voted to retain Dr. Friedhelm Heinemann/Morsbach and Dr. Winand Olivier/Bottrop in their respective posts as president and head of continuing education. The board presented an impressive report of accomplishments achieved during the past legislative period...
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