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Why consider ceramic implants?
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Clinical observations & advances in material properties
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The evolution of ceramic implants: Where are we now?
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Is osseointegration similar to titanium implants?
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New approaches using a two-piece alumina toughened zirconia implant
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Clinical cases and how to get started
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- How improvements in material property characteristics, manufacturing processes and implant design have transformed the clinical reliability of zirconia implants
- Compare osseointegration of micro-roughened zirconium dioxide to titanium dental implants
- Discuss handling considerations and how to apply the drill protocol of a two-piece zirconia implant (NobelPearlTM) for implant stability
- How to place and restore a two-piece zirconia implant considering the soft tissue height
- Case selection and procedures to get started with ceramic implants
The modernization of dental materials and implant design has transformed the reliability of ceramic implants for an established treatment option. Today’s commercially available ceramic implants have survival and fracture rates that fall within the range of those made from titanium. Tooth colored with no grey shimmering effect and very good soft tissue attachment, the osseointegration of micro-roughened zirconia implants is similar to titanium in preclinical studies. Join experts in ceramic implants, Markus Blatz, Jens Tartsch and Michael Gahlert, to discuss the science and gain practical knowledge on how to approach implant placement and restoration of two-piece zirconia implants
Can I get implants if I have paradontal
I'm 24 years old and have to wear a partial due to some extractions I needed to have done in the front bottom row..... Is it too late for implants??