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 02/2016

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Editorial: Education at its best
Dr Rolf Vollmer
Responding flexibly to individual and contemporary demands on further education has always been a strength of the DGZI e.V. Thus, we have established various further-education opportunities with the DGZI curriculum, our study groups and the DGZI International Annual Congress, which this year takes place from 30 September to 1 October in Munich—the last Octoberfest weekend. All of those events can be adapted to individual learning demands...
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CBCT zones of the jaw Bone quality related to implant location
Souheil Hussaini, Dubai
The causes of early implant failures during the osseointegration process include poor quality and quantity of bone and soft tissue, 1–8 the patient’s medical condition, 2, 6, 8–10 unfavorable patient habits (bruxism, heavy long-term smoking, poor oral hygiene, others), 3, 4, 6, 8, 11 inadequate surgical analysis and technique 3, 7–9, 11 inadequate prosthetic analysis and technique, 3, 7, 8, 11–13 suboptimal implant design and surface characteristics 6, 9, 13 implant position or location 14 and unknown factor...
Morbidity after harvesting of autologous pelvic bone — A Prospective longitudinal study
Prof. Dr Dr Peter Stoll, Dr Verena Gaydoul, Dr Verena Giers, Dr Kai Höckl & Dr Georg Bach, Germany
The industry offers numerous biological and sythetic bone replacement materials and partly pays great advertising expenses to place them on the market. The autologous bone graft, on the contrary, applied with outstanding success in oral and maxillofacial surgery for decades, has no lobby. Is the application of autologous bone grafts, which needs to be harvested beforehand in a second surgery, outdated under these circumstances?
A-PRF as sole grafting material in sinus lifts
Dadi Hrafnkelsson, Denmark
Reduced residual bone height underneath si nus maxillaris is solved by lifting the Schneiderian membrane from the floor of the sinus using either the osteotome technique or the lateral window approach...
Bimaxillary RehabilitationImplant-supported zircon-ceramic bridges
OA Dr Björn Dziedo, CA Prof. Dr Dr Stefan Schermer & Dr Elena Mihalcioiu, Germany
In September 2014, a dentist-anxious 63-year-old patient from abroad presented with a relatively limited time window and the desire for a fixed, metalfree biological dental restoration in our clinic. The case was discussed in the interdisciplinary team of surgery, prosthodontics, dental technician and anaesthesiology and planned with the patient in our international office as a stationary patient for one- stage full -ceramic treatment case...
Fixed implant-supported prostheses Minimally invasive immediate rehabilitation of the anterior maxilla
Zhe qu, Xiang zhang & Lan ma, China
This paper discusses a case of continuous absence of maxillary anterior teeth which is treated by immediate implant-supported prostheses. The simple plate made preoperatively was used for flapless im - plant surgery. Temporary restorations induce soft tissue forming and ultimately achieve better aesthetic results...
Interview: A nuanced perspective on periimplantitis
Nobel Biocare, Interview by Dr Stefan Holst, Switzerland
One of the most widely quoted scientists in dental implantology, Professor Tomas Albrektsson, worries that periimplantitis is increasingly used as an alarming label for benign marginal bone loss around implants. On a recent visit to Zurich, Switzerland, he took questions from Dr Stefan Holst, Nobel Biocare’s Vice President of Implant Systems and Research, on this topic...
manufacturer news
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6th International CAMLOG Congress in Krakow — Practice-oriented continuous education
CAMLOG Foundation
he 6 th International CAMLOG Congress will take place from June 9 to 11, 2016, in Krakow under the motto “Tackling everyday challenges”. Renowned ex perts from Europe and America will be presenting current results from their research and clinical experience. A ground-breaking digital dentistry pre-con - gress on Thursday provides fascinating insights on the entire digital workflow...
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Congresses, courses and symposia/ Imprint
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