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Recent advances in dental implants have led to an increase in the number of patients treated, with survival rates of more than 95% in a healthy population. ...


It is estimated that 1 in 2 women and 1 in 5 men over the age of 50 may develop a fracture due to osteoporosis. Osteoporosis is defined as a skeletal disease...


Nowadays patients with fully edentulous maxilla may benefit from different prosthetic rehabilitations. One of them  is the implant-supported overdenture...


The edentulous posterior maxillary region often presents with unique challenging conditions in implant dentistry. Limited bone height secondary to...


Zirconia implants have been brought to the dental market as a viable alternative to titanium implants initially to fulfill a demand from patients for...


Implant osseointegration takes several months at a minimum, and in these months oral function temporarily worsens and patients suffer during the healing...


In partially edentulous areas, implantology now has a widely established success even in the long term, but the result is influenced by operator-dependent factors that mainly concern the surgical...


In the study a huge amount of implants 6129 in 2127 patients were evaluated using the US dental school database. It is particularly interesting this clinical...


The osteointegration process has always interested researchers, both to make this phase more reliable, and to determine a faster ossification of the peri-implant...


Giuseppe Pellitteri

A 40-year-old female patient with third-degree furcation on the element 1.6 and severe bone resorption of the elements 1.4 and 1.5 which caused third-degree...


Last November 10th in Berlin, during the "Bone and Tissue Days Congress", the two-year "Straumann-botiss YoungPro Award" for best under 35 researchers in the field of implant biomaterials was...


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