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Themen der aktuellen Ausgabe 04/2008

Dr Roland Hille, Vice-President DGZI
Ceramic Implants in the Edentulous MaxillaÑAn Alternative for Patients with Multiple Incompatibilities? Clinical report with review of the literature
Manfred Nilius, Mirela Nilius, Rainhard Goeken, Germany, and Anas Damlakhi, Syria
In the past few years the demand for biocompatible materials in implant dentistry has increased. Despite the good results of ceramic implants in the esthetic rehabilitation of single teeth, nothing has so far been found in the literature concerning the treatment of complete maxillae/mandibles with ceramic implants...
Innovative tissue regeneration with dimensionally stable, defect-congruent b-TCP composite
Ronny Gläser M.Sc., Germany
Bone defects are a common finding in oral and maxillofacial surgery. These defects can arise as a result of pathological cavities (cysts), bacteria causing periodontal disease (periodontitis) or following the removal of teeth that are not worth saving (extraction sockets). In addition, bone deficits are caused by age-related bone atrophy as well as inactivity atrophy after tooth loss. Oral and mandibular trauma may also lead to substantial bone loss. Modern dental implantology has become well established not only as a possible alternative, but often as the treatment of choice, also favoured by patients, owing to a statistically high success rate in relation to the osteointegration of oral implants. As a result, there is considerable demand for methods that will compensate for the bone loss that arises. There are numerous methods available to the clinician, such as distraction osteogenesis, onlay grafts, open and closed sinus lift as well as GBR and a wide variety of materials (autologous, allogenic, xenogenic or alloplastic) with all their advantages and disadvantages. Increasingly, however, a preventive approach to bone defects has emerged as a better option. This includes the technique known as ridge or socket preservation. The aim is to prevent the five wall bone defect from collapsing in height and width, by filling the well curetted extraction socket, and thus to create favourable preoperative conditions for delayed implant insertion or other prosthetic treatments such as bridge pontics. In most cases this means that time consuming, costly and often more risky bone reconstruction at a later stage can be avoided to the benefit of the patient. A technique of socket preservation is presented below, in which soft tissue coverage of the augmentation material or placement of a membrane can be omitted in most cases because of the special properties of the bone augmentation material used.
Implant Surgery Using Short Implants with Sintered, Porous Surface
Peter Ghaussy, M.Sc., Germany
In conjunction with the clinical parameters, the implant surface has a considerable effect on the integration of the implant within the surrounding bone tissues. The use of short, root-shaped implants with porous surface is a predictable treatment method for an implant restoration even in difficult anatomical situations. Our case reports document the very effective function of short (5 mm and 7 mm) sintered press-fit implants with porous surface. In comparison with the majority of screw-type implants4, 6, 9 the sintered implants with porous surface also in short lengths in general show a good performance. This is probably the result of their integration mechanism by ingrowth of the bone into the porous surface.8, 3
Restoring an aesthetic smile: Case study on planning, surgical procedure and aesthetic prosthetic anterior reconstructionauthors_ Jan Bogena and Daniela Bogena, Germany
Jan Bogena and Daniela Bogena, Germany
Targeted advertising on television and in magazines has given rise to constantly growing patient demand for best possible aesthetics. Consequently, complete restoration of both implant-based and prosthetic reconstructions is expected, and in many cases patients are even looking for the implant-prosthetic treatment to actually be a substantial improvement on their original situation...
Staging the ChallengeÑA Single Implant Tissue Training in the Aesthetic Zone
Sanjay Sethi, United Kingdom
Modern dentistry has seen trends being constantly developed and revised, striving to accelerate treatment programmes to gain the picture perfect ending with the minimal number of stages over the shortest possible time period. This approach may be more cost effective for the practitioner and seemingly more beneficial to the patient, but to consistently achieve superior clinical aesthetic outcomes in a significant number of cases, biology teaches us a painful lesson that sometimes patience is a virtue.
More than 500 participantsÑ The DGZI Annual Congress in Bremen was a complete success
”Interdisciplinary concepts for implantological rehabilitationÓ was in the thick of things of the 38th DGZI International Annual Congress. The extraordinary versatile scientific program and the many special sessions made the most significant DGZI event become an outstanding advanced training event, which was certainly also due to the absolute successful soiree. On the occasion of the congress in Bremen it became once more clear that DGZI e.V. (German Association for Dental Implantology plays an important role in mediating between university and dental practice and in exchanging know-how on national and international level. The main issue was: How can I give a positive long-term prognosis to an implant supported prosthesis, and which important factors have to be considered?
First international examination conducted by GBOI in BremenÑA complete success!
The medical and especially the dental medical market is increasingly becoming more global. Many German dentists are already working abroad, they have partners all over the world, and they are successfully engaged internationally. For a considerable time, we have also been observing that there is growing interest of patients coming from abroad to be competently treated by experienced colleagues in Germany. Especially those patients coming from Arabian countries and the former GUS states certainly appreciate quality and know-how ”made in GermanyÓ and use their stay in Germany for sophisticated dental treatment. This is the reason, why the DGZI, which is the oldest European association for dentists specialized in oral implantology, provides the possibility to obtain the internationally accredited certificate of the German Board of Oral Implantology ”SPECIALIST IN ORAL IMPLANTOLOGY DGZI” and ”EXPERT IN ORAL IMPLANTOLOGY DGZI” respectively. The precondition is that you either have already successfully passed DGZI examination for implantology specialists or you fulfill the conditions required for implantology according to the Concensus Conference...
4th Arab-German Implantology Meeting of DGZI - Selection of Abstracts_ Dr Khalid Saleh Al-Hamdan, Saudi Arabia_ Dr Hans van der Elst, GermanyThe Treatment of the Difficult Maxilla and the Prosthetic Reconstruction _ Dr Dr Werner Stermann, Germany_ Dr Wa
Selected Events 2008/2009
Congratulations and Happy Birthday to all DGZI-members around the world
Red.Chief ExecutiveJürgen Isbanerisbaner@oemus-media.deChief Editorial ManagerDr. Torsten Hartmann (V. i. S. d. P.)hartmann@dentalnet.deEditorial CouncilDr. Friedhelm Heinemannfriedhelmheinemann@web.deDr. Roland Hilledr-hille@t-online.deDr. Winand Olivier

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