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Themen der aktuellen Ausgabe 03/2020

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Editorial: The second half of this year will be crucial
Dr Georg Bach
The crisis in the first half of 2020 has forced consider-able challenges upon us, which are here to stay for the months and probably years to come. As is the case with many crises, however, there are also opportunities and positive aspects, in contrast to the economic damage and the structural disruptions. We as dentists, together with our teams, are currently doing everything we can to re-establish regular practice routines and to get our patients back into dental care—in accordance with the necessary infection prevention measures, of course...
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Er:YAG laser scannerfor implant site preparation
Drs Norberto Berna, Giovanni Olivi, Luca Marigo & Massimo Cordaro, Italy
Numerous studies have reported the ability of mid-infra-red lasers (Er:YAG laser with a wavelength of 2,940 nm and Er,Cr:YSGG laser with a wavelength of 2,780 nm) to ablate hard biological tissue without creating thermal damage.1–5 Among the various applications, the possibility of preparing the implant site entirely with laser irradiation was originally illustrated in vivo by Dr Berna, one of the authors of this article, in 2003. A patent for this form and method was issued and registered at that time...
Successful restoration of the maxilla and mandible
Dr Branislav Fatori & Dr Inge Schmitz, Germany
Dental implants represent the most cost-effective and long-term solution for the replacement of missing teeth and have a high average life expectancy. Presently, the failure rate of implants is higher among smokers than in nonsmokers. There seems to be a correlation between the implant failure rate and the number of ciga-rettes smoked daily—the higher the number of cigarettes smoked daily, the higher the implant failure rate...
New zygomatic implant design
Drs Sepehr Zarrine, France; Carlos Aparicio, Spain & Edmond Bedrossian, USA
This article introduces and explains the rationale for the two different designs of the Straumann zygomatic implant, which is the result of a collaboration between the authors and engineers over the last several years. It is based on many years of the application of evidence-based clinical principles and clinical outcomes using this zygomatic implant and on common fundamental value...
More efficient workflows for crestal bone preservation
The PROGRESSIVE-LINE implant system is an implant that is geared to facilitate various treatment concepts such as immediate placement and restoration. Combined with the new CAMLOG titanium base CAD/CAM PS, you have two powerful instruments at your disposal to minimise treatment time and improve aesthetic results...
The art of ultra-aesthetic dentistry
Nasser Shademan, Malaysia
There are times when we copy the natural teeth of patients and fabricate an identical yet improved version of them. This means that we apply improvements on many different levels, including colour or smile arrangements, in order to turn the old, misaligned and broken natural smile into an almost identical but beautified version...
Bringing titanium and zirconia together in one implant
Dr Anders Henningsen, M.A
In 1992 Prof. Günter Heimke proclaimed in Hamburg: ?The goal is to have an implant body made from titanium on the inside, whereas the neck and the over-all shape on the outside are made of ceramics.? Now, after more than 25 years, this vision has finally become reality in the form of the hybrid implant from TIZIO Hybrid Implants. But how do you actually bring titanium and zirconia together in one system? And what role do glass solders play here? These are some of the questions that Hamburg-based implant specialist Dr Anders Henningsen, M.A., answers in the following interview with implants.
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Onward to new horizons
Dr Georg Bach/ Jürgen Isbaner
In late 2019,long-standing board member of the German Association of Dental Implantology (DGZI) Dr Georg Bach was elected as new President of the professional society. In this interview, Bach talks about the impor-tance of DGZI, the oldest professional society for implantology in Europe, and what can be expected from the 3rd Future Congress for Dental Implantology, which is set to take place this autumn in Bremen in Germany. The society’s 50th anniversary will be celebrated at the congress too...
Reflect on 50 years of implantologyin Bremen this autumn
On 6 and 7 November 2020, the 3rd Future Congress for Dental Implantology/ 50th International Annual Congress of the German Association of Dental Implantology (DGZI) will take place in Bremen in Germany. Under the theme “Visions in Implantology: 50 Years—From single Implant to digital Workflow”, the professional association will be celebrating its 50th anniversary. It was in Bremen where a group of implantology enthusiasts helmed by dentist Hans L. Grafelmann founded the DGZI in 1970, the first European professional association dedicated to dental implantology. As one of the main highlights of the highly anticipated event, Presidents, chairmen and board members of the DGI, DGOI, BDO, DGZI as well as Past Presidents of numerous other professional societies will hold scientific lectures as part of the main programm...
DGZI news
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Congresses, courses and symposia/ Imprint
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