implants (english)

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 03/2018

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Editorial: We are inviting you to the future
Dr Rolf Vollmer
This year, the 48th DGZI International Annual Congress, being held on 28 and 29 September in Düssel- dorf, Germany, will also be the 1 st Future Congress in Dental Implantology. In cooperation with the congress organiser and publisher OEMUS MEDIA AG, we have developed a diverse and futureoriented further training programme...
Congresses, courses and symposia
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Minimally invasive implant dentistry with short or narrow implants
Prof. Mauro Marincola1, Dr Daniel Hernández-González1, Dr Jaime Guzmán-De Ávila1 & Dr Miguel Simancas-Pallares1, Colombia1 Dental Implant Unit, Faculty of Dentistry, University of Cartagena, Colombia
Dental implants have been advocated as the treatment of choice for missing teeth and tooth replacements. Scientific evidence demonstrates their high success rates and therefore their clinical applicability. However, in some circumstances due to premature posterior tooth loss leading to severe sinus pneumatisation or a congenitally missed tooth causing alveolar bone collapse, implant placement can still remain challenging for clinicians. These circumstances could be present in one surgical target area at the same time, thus increasing treatment complexity. In such cases, available options such as short implants, ridge splitting, and internal and crestal sinus lifts have been proposed to minimise treatment cost and time, as well as co-morbidities but preserve treatment success rates.
Periapical implant lesion and retrograde peri-implantitis
Dr Nikolaos Papagiannoulis, Germany
Dental implants are established as a standard treatment in dentistry. More implants are placed every year and dentists are encountering new findings, often pathological, that are little described and researched in the literature. The more implants placed, the greater the variety of novel clinical and radiographic findings for which no treatment protocols exist. The association of peri-implantitis, implant failure and other pathologies with numerous unknown factors is steadily increasing...
Implant retreatment
Dr Philippe Leclercq, France; Jean-François Martinez, France & Michael Brüsh, Germany
When working with dental implants , a number of specific rules must be followed regarding both the implant surgery and the prosthesis itself (fixed protheses tending to have a more favourable prognosis than overdentures). If these rules are not adhered to, the results are often unsatisfactory, requiring retreatment...
Interview: Measuring implant stability
Dr Peter Andersson and Prof. Lars Sennerby
Dr Peter Andersson and Prof. Lars Sennerby have treated implant patients together in Italy since 1996. They have used the Resonance Frequency Analysis (RFA) technique for implant stability measurements as an integrated part of their implant protocol since the RFA technique was invented more than 20 years ago. This is not too surprising, as Prof. Sennerby was one of the developers of the RFA technique. In this interview, however, Dr Andersson (Fig. 1) took the time to present his experience with the RFA technique and described how it is used in his clinic on a daily basis...
Bringing a turnkey restoration solution to dentists
At the 2017 Greater New York Dental Meeting , 3DISC launched its Heron IOS intraoral scanner to the world. Three months later, in February 2018, the US-based imaging company presented an improved device to attendees of the Chicago Dental Society Midwinter Meeting (Fig. 1). In an interview, Thomas Weldingh, 3DISC Deputy Group CEO, took the time to present the key benefits of the Heron IOS for dental professionals...
Manufacturer News
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Best of EuroPerio9
10,232 periodontists and other oral health profes- sionals from all over the world travelled to Amsterdam, Netherlands from 20 to 23 June to learn about the latest research on periodontal disease and implants at EuroPerio9—one of the leading congresses in periodontology and implant dentistry.
Nobel Biocare announces new products and partnerships
A new ceramic implant, as well as an innovative device for long-term implant care and maintenance were among the highlights Nobel Biocare presented during a press conference at EuroPerio9 in Amsterdam in June (Fig. 1). There, the company also invited to its Global Symposium in 2019, which will take place from 27 to 29 June at the Mandalay Bay hotel and convention centre in Las Vegas, USA...
Implantology & Modern Dentistry Verona, Italy, May 2019
In close cooperation with the University of Verona, the Giornate Veronesi—the Days of Verona—will be held from 3 to 4 May 2019. It will be the fourth time that OEMUS MEDIA AG will hold a dental event with special Italian flair. Locations of the congress are the University of Verona, as well as the congress resort VILLA QUARANTA on the outskirts of Verona. The scientific hosts of the congress are Prof. Dr Pier Francesco Nocini/IT and Prof. Mauro Marincola/IT.
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Congresses, courses and symposia/ Imprint
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