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Themen der aktuellen Ausgabe 03/2022

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Dr Rolf Vollmer, First Vice President and Treasurer of DGZI
Dear colleagues and friends, After a break due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the an- nual meeting of the Arbeitsgemeinschaft Dentale Technologie (dental technology working group; ADT) could take place again, and so I and the German Association of Dental Implantology (DGZI) team could participate in this year?s event in Nürtingen in Germany. Participants were again able to engage face to face, but online participation was also made possible by the organiser...
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Clinical relevance of the useof implant-supportedprovisional restorations tocontour the emergence profile
Dr Marina Siegenthaler, Switzerland
What shape emergence profile of single implant crowns is ideal? Does the use of an implant-supported provisional restoration affect the clinical outcome and does its use justify the increase in cost and time?
All-on-four treatment in an atrophic mandible using dynamic guided surgery
Dr Jacques Vermeulen, France
The all-on-four technique for dental implant treatment is universally recognised for its efficacy, yet its applicability for atrophic mandibles remains problematic for many implant surgeons. Implant placement in such clinical situations requires high precision to avoid anatomical structures such as the mental foramina and to ensure that the bone volume around the implants is sufficient for osseointegration...
Cystic lesion management with enucleation and reconstruction followed by delayed implant placement for maxillary premolars
Dr Ali Tunkiwala & Darshan Parulkar, India
It is common practice to use delayed implant placement in patients whose teeth have been lost due to infection in the site. In case of long-term pre-existing infections, there is always a possibility that the implants will be negatively affected. According to Resnik and Misch, this occurs primarily because of the microbial interference in the healing process caused by pre-existing inflammation.1 Pre-existing inflammatory conditions such as periodontitis will release inflammatory factors, increasing the risk of secondary infection.2, 3 However, animal research, human case reports and case series, and prospective studies have confirmed that there is no difference in the success rates of delayed implant placement in sites associated with chronic periapical pathology and immediate implant placement in similar conditions.4, 5 This case report aims to illustrate the workflow involved in managing a cystic lesion around a maxillary first premolar with a staged grafting approach and delayed implant placement...
Is autologous bone irreplaceable?
Dr Jochen Tunkel, Germany
Tooth loss due to endodontic or periodontal problems is generally associated with loss of bony structures. The consequent insertion of an implant demands the restoration of bony structures, which is a procedure of varying complexity.1 Bone block transplantations and guided bone regeneration (GBR) have demonstrated predict- able and successful outcomes as therapeutic methods for alveolar ridge augmentation in dental implantology.2 Autologous bone transplants are generally accepted to be the gold standard in augmentation surgery..3, 4
Immediately loaded full-arch restoration on four implants in the maxilla
Dr Marco Toia, Italy
A 78-year-old male patient with an ASA physical status of II and a previous history of implant treatment requested an implant-supported restoration. Four PrimeTaper EV implants (Dentsply Sirona) were inserted according to digital planning, and the two distal implants were angled to make the best use of the height of the bone crest...
“At Neoss, we have the luxuryof being able to be more forward-oriented”
An interview with Dr Robert Gottlander, CEO of Neoss, SwedenFranziska Beier, Dental Tribune International
"At Neoss, we have the luxury of being able to be more forward-oriented” At EuroPerio10, Dental Tribune International met up with Dr Robert Gottlander, who took over the position of CEO and President of Neoss at the end of 2020. In this interview, he shared his vision for the future of his com- pany and how dentistry is changing and with it the demands for manufacturers and explained what makes Neoss’s new high-precision intra-oral scanner unique...
Quality products at accessible prices
An interview with Salih Sanli, NucleOSS, TurkeyTimo Krause, Germany
NucleOSS was established in 2001 in Izmir by Sanlilar Ltd. Over the past decades, the company evolved to a highly reliable implant manufacturer. In this interview with implants, NucleOSS CEO Sahli Sanli discusses the company’s values and gives a slight outlook of the NucleOSS future...
Driven by science, not trends
Janine Conzato, Germany
The innovative company Thommen Medical has been dedicated to a single goal since the beginning: To pro- duce the best possible dental implant system. They con- sistently rely on Swiss precision in manufacturing, rigor- ous quality controls and close collaboration with the best experts in dental medicine worldwide. This results in a unique dental implant system that combines Swiss qual- ity, simplicity and an innovative design, based on over 35 years of clinical experience..
Last call for current quality assessment study and education on implant impurities ex-factory at the EAO Congress in Geneva
The non-profit CleanImplant Foundation will attend the 29 th Scientific Congress of the European Association for Osseointegration (EAO) from 29 September to 1 October 2022 with its information booth at F 50. In the setting of the European congress, the Foundation continues its global awareness campaign concerning production- related contamination on new, sterile-packaged implants. On the same occasion, Dr Dirk U. Duddeck, Managing Director and Head of Research at CleanImplant, aims to advance the implant procurement for the Foundation’s current and fifth overall scientific study on the quality of dental implants. The presence of numerous implant manufacturers is sought to conclude the collection process, initiating the next iteration of the large-scale quality assessment study conducted in collaboration with internationally renowned universities such as the Charité– University Medicine in Berlin, Germany...
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Younger and more dynamic and exciting than ever before
Janine Conzato, Germany
Copenhagen delighted visitors to this year’s EuroPerio— both with its location and beautiful weather. From 15 to 18 June, attendees were offered an engaging programme covering innovations and proven classics of the dental industry. A leading global congress for periodontics and implantology, EuroPerio once again pleased visitors and industry participants alike
University meets practice—A congress for the entire practice team
Berlin is always worth a visit. There is hardly any other German metropolis where advanced training, culture and leisure can be better combined. Many reasons to travel to the German capital. And a visit to the DGZI Annual Congress at the Vienna House Andel’s Berlin is worthwhile for the entire practice tea
Fifty years of experience—strategies for the future
Dr Rolf Vollmer, Germany
This year, the Arbeitsgemeinschaft Dentale Technologie (dental technology working group; ADT) celebrated its 50th annual conference in Nürtingen in Germany from 16 to 18 June. The ADT offered visitors a wide-ranging overview of relevant new publications and the latest research results and promoted exchange between dental technol- ogy, dentistry, academia and industry, creating opportu- nities for exchange on an equal footing...
Congresses, courses and symposia/ Imprint
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