New Sensations with Latest Implant Generations Allowing High Performance Strategies in Oral Implantology

Introduction There have been many changes in our therapeutic attitude since the Swedish school published its works concerning osseointegrated implants in 1985 [1]. Some of us, as practitioners, understood the revolution that was brought about by this new implant concept; others preferred to “wait and see” ... [2]. I personally was happy to be “at [...]

Titanium implants are still leading type of implants – Interview with Vitomir Konstantinovic

Tell us briefly please the main stages of your professional career and scientific work. I completed my education at the University of Belgrade; Faculty of Stomatology (1984), Faculty of Medicine (1992), Master of Science (MSc) Thesis (1991), Specialists exam in Maxillofacial Surgery (1993) and Doctorate Thesis (PhD) (1996). I was elected Professor in Maxillofacial surgery [...]

Oral scanners and digital planning – Interview with Yuval Zubery

When did you decided to immerse into the knowledge and practical solutions of dental implantology? In 1992 upon my return from a two years of teaching and research at the University of texas, health Science Center in San Antonio. What do you think to be the greatest improvement in technological innovations? (CAD/CAM, 3D printing, laser [...]

Work hard, be humble and trust in yours instincts – Interview with Sergio Rocha Bernardes

Your publications stand in a very illustrious place in international scientific literature, and they provide substantial information for some new methods or possible solutions. Currently in what subject are you conducting your research? My main research field and most important publications were in Biomechanics and invitro studies. I always tried to build a link between [...]

Immediately restored full arch-fixed prosthesis on implants placed in both healed and fresh extraction sockets after computer-planned flapless guided surgery. A 3-year follow-up study

INTRODUCTION Edentulism affects a patient’s life with impairment of psychosocial functioning, nutritional disturbances, and overall loss of quality of life. The conventional approach to implant therapy includes typically a two-step procedure whereby a standardized healing time of between 3 and 6 months is respected to create good conditions for healing. During this time, no implant [...]
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