Since 2000, the magazine implants: international magazine of oral implantology has been published quarterly with a circulation of 10,000 copies. With a readership that spans over 100 countries, implants has become one of the scientific journals with the highest circulation on the dental market. Implants is published in cooperation with the German Association of Dental Implantology (DGZI e.V.) - one of the oldest scientific implantological expert associations in Europe, which aims to leverage its international know-how and expertise in the field of dental implantology. The readers receive regular updates on the world of international implantology by means of user-oriented case studies, scientific reports as well as summarised product information. The magazine is particularly focussing on reports from international scientific congresses and symposia as well as on the international activities of the German Association of Dental Implantology whoseregular and associated members are part of a network which includes more than 11,000 specialists from the field of implantology. More than 80 per cent of the magazine’s circulation is shipped directly to its members and subscribers. Moreover, specimen copies of implants are available at more than 50 international fairs and congresses. Implants: international magazine of oral implantology is published in English.

Themen der aktuellen Ausgabe 02/2019

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Editorial: A glimpse into the future of implantology
Dr Georg Bach
Dear colleagues, the German Association of Dental Implantology (DGZI) would like to cordially invite you to the second Future Congress for Dental Implantology, to be held on 4 and 5 October 2019 in Munich in Germany...
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L-PRF in different intraoral applications – Part IV: Three preparation protocols
Prof. Nelson R. Pinto1, Dr Andy Temmerman2, Ana B. Castro2, Simone Cortellini2, Prof. Dr Wim Teughels2 & Prof. Dr Marc Quirynen21 Department of Periodontology and Oral Implantology, Faculty of Dentistry, Universidad de Los Andes, Santiago, Chile2 Departme
Favourable wound healing has always been a major quest in dental surgery. It is a concern in both healthy and compromised patients. In an effort to improve and accel-erate healing of both hard- and soft-tissue, substitutes, including growth factors and biomaterials, have tradition-ally been employed. Membranes were also introduced to separate tissue. Recent research clearly indicates that leukocyte- and platelet-rich fibrin (L-PRF; a second gen-eration of platelet concentrates) significantly enhances wound healing in both soft- and hard-tissue. Evidence now supports the assertion that this has the potential to replace the above-mentioned substitutes in many situations...
Guided implant placement in the anterior zone
Drs Burzin Khan & Purvi Bhargava (co-author), India
Precision in implant placement is of utmost importance for achieving predictable aesthetics and successful restorations, especially in the anterior zone. The quest for accuracy has recently been aided by digital workflows and stereolithographic stents, which not only support planning the implant positioning by flapless procedures accurately but also make possible the prefabrication of a provisional restoration before the procedure. CAD/CAM technology helps reduces inadvertent time loss and manual errors of impres-sion making, pouring casts and fabrication of prostheses...
Extraction, tissue management and implant surgery over the long term
Dr Philippe Jourdan, France
In this case report, I discuss a successful extraction and implant surgery in a female patient, with no complications after ten years of follow-up...
Horizontal ridge augmentation and implantation – A two-stage GBR procedure
Dr Orcan Yüksel, Germany
Atrophy of the mandibular bone caused by premature tooth loss due to periodontal or endodontic problems can often be found in posterior areas. Problems associated with implantation in these cases often arise owing to limited bone height or width of the mandible, and several treatment options have been suggested to gain enough bone for a stable implantation and achieve an aesthetically good result.1 ...
A pipeline filled with groundbreaking innovations
Hans Geiselhöringer, Georg Isbaner
At the 2019 International Dental Show (IDS), Georg Isbaner, editorial manager of implants, spoke with Nobel Biocare President Hans Geiselhöringer about the novel concept of ?Mucointegration?, about the role that the ceramic implant system NobelPearl plays in the portfolio of the company and about what participants can expect from their Global Symposium in Madrid this summer. In addition, he shared a few details about the new implant system N1, which is going to be introduced soon...
Finding the missing pieces of the puzzle in peri-implantitis
In 2018, Dr Luigi Canullo was awarded the William R. Laney Award for the second time. The prestigious prize is awarded annually by the Academy of Osseointegra-tion and is considered to be its highest scientific recognition. Dr Canullo received the award for his latest research study, titled “Association between clinical and microbiologic cluster profiles and peri-implantitis”. In this study, he investigates the association between clinical and micro-biological profiles and peri-implantitis in order to catego-rise the condition into different groups...
The logic behind the Bicon SHORT implant
When the Bicon system was first introduced in 1985, its freestanding 8 mm length implants were considered quite short. Since then, the natural progression of Bicon’s design philosophy has resulted in 5mm SHORT implants, all with proven clinical success. Impressively, the design of the Bicon implant system has remained essentially unchanged since it was first conceived in the late 1960s. At the first Giornate Veronesi congress, which celebrated its debut in the Italian village of Valpolicella in April, implants spoke with Dr Vincent J. Morgan, founder and president of the company, about Bicon’s early days, copycats and what makes its SHORT implant so special...
Azento and Acuris – Innovations in single tooth solutions
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The city of love as backdrop for a successful German–Italian congress
On Friday, 3 May 2019, the first edition of Giornate Veronesi was held in Verona in Italy. The city of love, where the story of Romeo and Juliet is set, served as a backdrop for the German–Italian congress on implan-tology and general dentistry. With over 200 participants, the two-day congress turned out to be a huge success. Prof. Pier Francesco Nocini, Professor of Maxillofacial Surgery at the University of Verona, opened the congress programme on Friday morning, comprising five lectures given at the University of Verona. In his opening lecture, Prof. Nocini discussed the possibilities of modern oral rehabilitation of the edentulous, atrophied maxilla using Zygoma implants...
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Congresses, courses and symposia/ Imprint
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