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Themen der aktuellen Ausgabe 04/2019

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Editorial: Visions of the future
Dr Georg Bach, President of the DGZI
Behind us lies an extremely successful dental week-end of noteworthy accomplishments: the second Future Congress for Dental Implantology of the German Association of Dental Implantology (DGZI), which was held in early October in Munich, not only was informative and appealing to clinicians from Germany and abroad, but also proved that our visionary Future Congress concept is gaining ground...
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Rehabilitation of maxillary unilateral posterior edentulism
Drs Jean-Baptiste Verdino, Sepehr Zarrine, Thierry Louvet & David Mardenalom, France
There are two options for treating partially edentulous maxillae: a removable partial denture or an implant-supported fixed partial denture. The resorption of the upper jaw, in association with maxillary sinus pneumatisation, often requires pre-implant surgery, such as inlay/onlay grafting or crestal/lateral sinus lift to allow the insertion of regular implants. A graftless approach including tilted implants,1 such as zygomatic implants, has been proposed to avoid long-lasting treatment sequences...
Two-stage implant therapy forsingle-tooth restoration
Simon Lehner, Germany
The choice of implant is a decisive factor for a successful treatment outcome. Careful planning, taking into account the patient’s wishes, is a prerequisite for this. The following article describes the placement of a single-tooth implant in region #24. During surgery, the buccal bone wall proved insufficient and lateral augmentation was necessary. The author explains the choice of implant used in this case...
Experiences with a collagen composite in socket preservation
Prof. Frank Palm1, Dr Jan Rupp1 & Prof. Werner Götz2, Germany 1 Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at Klinikum Konstanz;?2?Department of Orthodontics at the Dental Clinic of the University of Bonn
In the first year after tooth extraction, there is bone loss of up to 60 %, and the loss in width tends to be greater than in height as has been shown in multiple studies.1, 2 Bone loss by itself is a negative result in procedures where immediate or future placement of an implant is planned. Within today’s implantology, there is therefore a need for constant material improvement and innovative products that are easy to use, present no risk for patients, and promote bone remodelling that allows implantation without bone augmentation...
What’s your favourite colour?
Nobel Biocare, Switzerland
Surface characteristics are key to the body’s response to the implant and abutment that you place in your patient.1, 2 Ultimately, it could decide whether your mission for tissue integration succeeds or fails, both for early healing and longterm stability.3 This is why the surface treatment chosen by your implant and abutment manufacturer is so important: their engineering determines those crucial surface characteristics...
Going digital with the Heron IOS
It’s been just over a year since American-based imaging company 3DISC made its Heron IOS solution commercially available. In this interview, 3DISC Deputy Group CEO, Thomas Weldingh, talks about how the solution has developed over the past year and provides his view on how the Heron IOS solution can help dentists overcome the barriers to going digital...
Interview: More than just PRF
Prof. Shahram Ghanaati and Georg Isbaner
Needless to say, the patient’s own tissue is still the augmentation material of choice and often preferred by many clinicians to the various synthetic or xenogeneic bone replacement materials on the market. In recent years, the autologous blood concentrate known as platelet-rich fibrin (PRF) as an adjunct to surgery has established itself as a gentle and practice-oriented method of accelerating wound healing...
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The future of implantology within grasp in Munich
Dr Georg Bach, Germany
“People who have visions should go see a doctor,” former Chancellor of Germany Helmut Schmidt once said. The German Association of Dental Implantology (DGZI) begs to differ: “Our vision for the next two days is to present oral implantology not as it is today, but as it will be.” With this opening statement, DGZI congress chairman Dr Georg Bach kicked off the 49th DGZI international annual congress, which was held as the 2nd Future Congress for Dental Implantology on 4 and 5 October in Munich...
Dentsply Sirona World 2019 in Las Vegas
From 3 to 5 October 2019, several thousand dentists, specialists, hygienists, dental technicians, industry ex-perts, office managers and key opinion leaders from around the world gathered for the Dentsply Sirona World 2019 in Las Vegas, USA...
The 2020 Oral Reconstruction Global Symposium in New York City
Registration is now open for the 2020 Oral Recon-struction Global Symposium at the iconic Marriott Marquis hotel in New York to be held from 30 April to 2 May 2020. Under the theme “20/20 Vision”, the internationally renowned line-up of speakers promises to cover a vast range of contemporary issues in implant dentistry and tissue regeneration.
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Congresses, courses and symposia/ Imprint
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