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Dear Doctor, Ceramic dental implants have been first tested in the 1960s – in those early days, alumina was the chosen material and sometimes caused mixed clinical results. Nowadays, and not least thanks to the introduction of zirconia as the best suited material for ceramic implants, these technical shortcomings are apparently overcome, and more and more clinicians worldwide use ceramic dental implants with excellent results. The main driver of their increasing diffusion is patient request – and what could be a better stimulus than that for a modern clinician? So the application of ceramic...

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Mellinghoff J 8 First clinical results of dental screw implants made of zirconium oxide Mellinghoff J 9 Zirconium dioxide implants - Practical experience What are the aesthetic benefits of ceramic implants? Schlomer G et al. 10 Zirconium dioxide implants: An alternative to titanium? A clinical assessment Long Term Data Brull F 12 Zirconia dental implants: a clinical, radiographic, and microbiologic evaluation up to 3 years Mellinghoff J et al. 13 One-piece ceramic implants: A longitudinal study over a two-year observation period Olivia J et al. 14 Five-year success rate of 831 consecutively...

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First clinical results of dental screw implants made of zirconium oxide Zirconium dioxide implants – Practical experience What are the aesthetic benefits of ceramic implants? In the work at hand, clinical results of dental screw implants = n) at 93 %. When compared with similar studies to titanium Ceramic implants combined with all-ceramic superstructures In addition, traditional titanium implants can achieve excellent made of zirconium oxide (type Z 3, Z-SYSTEMS AG) have been implants, zirconium implants do comparably well in the two create a perfect red-white aesthetic, offering care at...

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Zirconium dioxide implants: An alternative to titanium? A clinical assessment Schlömer G et al. Zirconia implants: an alternative to titanium? All implants successfully osseo-integrated, and displayed A clinical follow-up examination gingival health and excellent esthetic results. 92 zirconia implants (Z-Look3, Z-SYSTEMS AG, 2nd and Rehabilitation with zirconia implants and full ceramic crowns 3rd generation with standard sandblasted surface) were is a very good alternative to titanium implants if patients desire Zirkondioxidkeramik-Implantate: Eine Alternative zu Titan? Eine klinische...

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Int J Oral Maxillofac Implants 2014; 29(4): 914–920. Zirconia dental implants: a clinical, radiographic, and microbiologic evaluation up to 3 years One-piece ceramic implants: A longitudinal study over a two-year observation period Mellinghoff J, Cacaci C, Detsch F were clinically evaluated after a mean observation period of To retrospectively evaluate the clinical performance of zirconia 18 months. Three implants had failed and had been removed, for The greatest risk of one-piece ceramic implants is during After an average treatment time of about 2.5 years in which the endosseous implants....

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Int J Oral Maxillofac Implants 2010; 25(2): 336–344. Journal of Medical and Dental Research 2017, Dent Implants Dentures 2: 116. Five-year success rate of 831 consecutively placed Zirconia dental implants in humans: a comparison of three different rough surfaces Titanium to Ceramic Dental Implants: A Short Communication Saurabh G Zirconia ceramics is successfully used to fabricate tooth- are offered in customized or prefabricated forms and may be The aim of this study was to evaluate the 5-year success rate of In all, 831 implants were placed in 378 patients with a mean supported...

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Courtesy by Dr. Ralf Lüttmann, Germany

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Clin Oral Investig 2016; 20(7): 1403–1417. Peri-implantitis – onset and pattern of progression A systematic review of the clinical survival of zirconia implants Derks J, Schaller D, Håkansson J, Wennström JL, Tomasi C, Berglundh T Hashim D, Cionca N, Courvoisier DS, Mombelli A While information on the prevalence of peri-implantitis is available, The analysis showed a non-linear, accelerating pattern of bone The aim of this review was to evaluate the clinical success and In spite of the unavailability of sufficient long-term evidence data describing onset and progression of the disease are...

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Int J Oral Maxillofac Implants 2016; 31(4): 855–864. Zirconium dioxide dental implants: Clinical and microbiological assessment Zirconia Dental Implants: Investigation of Clinical Parameters, Patient Satisfaction, and Microbial Contamination Holländer J, Lorenz J, Stübinger S, Hölscher W, Heidemann D, Ghanaati S, Sader R PAL. A statistical significance was detected regarding PI and CR/ Clinical and microbiological follow-up examination of zirconia The implant sites displayed healthy and stable soft tissue con- In recent years, dental implants made from zirconia have been REC with...

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Quality of the peri-implant soft tissue attachment of zirconia implants (-abutments): Comparison of the results of a literature review with the experiences of dental practitioners Increased Levels of Dissolved Titanium Are Associated With Peri-Implantitis – A Cross-Sectional Study Safioti LM, Kotsakis GA, Pozhitkov AE, Chung WO, Daubert DM for mass of bacterial DNA per sample to exclude confounding In the present work, zirconia implants are discussed solely with In the literature review, 72 hits were generated, with a total Peri-implantitis represents a disruption of the biocompatible by...

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Bacterial adhesion on commercially pure titanium and zirconium oxide disks: an in vivo human study Scarano A, Piattelli M, Caputi S, Favero GA, Piattelli A titanium (control) and zirconium oxide (test) disks were glued Little is known about the mechanisms of bacterial interaction to the buccal aspect of each device. The surface roughness of with implant materials in the oral cavity. A correlation between titanium and test specimens was similar. After 24 hours, all disks plaque accumulation and progressive bone loss around were removed and processed for scanning electron microscopy, implants...

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