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Bone Response To Blast Material

Bone response to machined and resorbable blast material titanium implants: an experimental study in rabbits. Piattelli M1, Scarano A, Paolantonio M, Iezzi G, Petrone G, Piattelli A. Abstract The aim of the present study was a comparison of implants' responses to a machined surface and to a surface sandblasted with hydroxyapatite (HA) particles (resorbable blast [...]

Prospective, Multicenter, 4-Year Study

A Prospective, Multicenter, 4-Year Study of the ACE Surgical Resorbable Blast Media Implant Aron Gonshor, PhD, DDS, Gerald Goveia, DMD, Emmanouil Sotirakis, DDS Aron Gonshor, PhD, DDS, is in private practice and is a lecturer at McGill University, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Montreal, Canada. Address correspondence to Dr Gonshor at McGill University, Oral and Maxillofacial [...]

Micromovements Implant-Abutment

MICROMOVEMENTS AT THE IMPLANT-ABUTMENT INTERFACE: MEASUREMENT, CAUSES, & CONSEQUENCES Zipprich, Holger/ Weigl, Paul / Lange, Bodo / Lauer, Hans-Christoph Abstract Most of two-component or multi-component implant systems use an implant-abutment connection with a clearance fit. The clinical impact is assumed as high according to the following factors: Implant systems consisting of two or several components [...]

Experimental Study Of Bone Response

Experimental Study of Bone Response to a New Surface Treatment of Endosseous Titanium Implants Antonio Sanz R., DDS Periodontist, Adjunct Professor in Oral Implantology, and Director of the Postgrade in Oral Implantology, Odontology Faculty, University of Chile, Santiago, Chile. Alejandro Oyarzun, DDS Biochemical and Oral Biology Unit, Odontology Faculty, University of Chile, Santiago, Chile. Daniel [...]

Supplementary Publications

Experimental Study of Bone Response to a New Surface Treatment of Endosseous Titanium Implants Antonio Sanz R., DDS Periodontist, Adjunct Professor in Oral Implantology, and Director of the Postgrade in Oral Implantology, Odontology Faculty, University of Chile, Santiago, Chile. Alejandro Oyarzun, DDS Biochemical and Oral Biology Unit, Odontology Faculty, University of Chile, Santiago, Chile. Daniel [...]

Why are Pouches Superior to Vials for Dental Implant Packaging?

Why Implant Companies Should Choose Pouches over Vials for Dental Implant Packaging
Why vials were used in the past?
Dental implants were first commercialized for the industry by using vials as it was a relatively okay solution to ensure the implants that were sterile and would remain so. Injectable water vials were the first packaging solution for dental implants. Many factories were easily capable of of making injectable water vials due to how inexpensively they could be made as well as being a reliable solution to seal the implants off.
Why did they get replaced by plastic vials?

FRIDGE™: Friction Grip Bridging System

FRIDGE™ is the trademark of Friction Grip Bridge system. Fridge is a fixed prosthesis for the patient, but easily removable by the dentist. It takes advantage of precision milled Titanium parts to hold the teeth in by the same principle that has been in use by Bicon ® implants and abutments (castings with substantial added costs, limiting their use by the masses) for decades.

Dental Evolutions Introduces Dentist Removable Patient Fixed Implant Supported friction Grip Bridge: FRIDGE™.

Traditionally, wearing “dentures” was a sign of old age and lack of teeth. Emotionally, when patients have to wear removable teeth, they have great resistance. Traditional dentures suffer from lack of retention and unwanted mobility during mastication and speech. As implants became popular, the retention problem of dentures was resolved by attaching them to implants, however, they were still removable appliances, and they were fraught with social stigma.

Dental Evolutions Introduces New FDA-Approved Dental Implant System Implanova at Annual AO Meeting in San Diego, CA.

Dental Evolutions Inc. introduced the first self-grafting, self-osteomizing dental implant system at the Annual Academy of Osseointegration’s Annual Meeting in San Diego, CA on Thursday, February 18th, 2016. “After studying, placing and restoring dental implants for more than 25 years, I thought of many improvements and noticed many shortcomings and limitations of existing dental implant systems. They are too expensive, too cumbersome, with too many parts to satisfy different implant case,” says founder of Dental Evolutions Inc. and inventor of Implanova, Parsa T. Zadeh, DDS, MAGD, FICOI.