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July 31, 2019 News ImplantologyNewsOral Health

Dental Implants Market To Reach USD 8.06 Billion By 2026

by Reports and Data

High prevalence of tooth related diseases, growing geriatric population, immense funding for carrying out R&D activities, increasing strategic developments such as partnerships and agreements are key factors contributing to high CAGR of Dental Implants Market during forecast period. According to

July 2, 2019 Feature DentistryImplantologyOral HealthOral SurgeryProduct Report

Dynamic Navigation: Predictable Implant Placement In Close Proximity To Sinus Floor

by Jim Yeganegi, BSc, DMD

The goal of the implant surgeon is to place an implant in the ideal position, that will support a prosthesis with the best long-term prognosis, while managing important anatomical landmarks. With the aid of Cone Beam CT scans the implant

July 2, 2019 Feature DentistryImplantologyOral HealthProduct Report

Colour Modifiers To Match An Odd Shade

by David V. Mazza, DDS, CAGS

Matching odd shades (particularly if they do not appear in shade guides) can be a challenging task for a dental professional. A skillful practitioner who is familiar with principles of colour (Value, Chroma, Hue and Translucency) and composite systems, colour

June 28, 2019 News DentistryImplantologyNewsOral Health

Nobel Biocare Announces Breakthrough New Implant System In Madrid

by Nobel Biocare

For over 50 years, Nobel Biocare has been a pioneering force for implant dentistry. At the Global Symposium in Madrid, the company is now taking innovation to another level with the announcement of its Nobel Biocare N1™ implant system. Soon

June 28, 2019 News ImplantologyNews

Full Supplement Of CIDRR Highlights Scientific Evidence For Nobel Biocare’s Latest Surface Innovations

by Nobel Biocare

With the launch of its Xeal™ abutment surface and TiUltra™ implant surface this year, Nobel Biocare recently initiated the Mucointegration™ era for implant dentistry. Now, evidence supporting these pioneering surfaces including clinical data has become available in a special supplement

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February 5, 2019 Feature AnesthesiologyImplantologyOral Health

Biomechanical Implant Failures Management of an Implant Failure: A Case Report

by Joshua Shieh, BDS, MDS

Introduction The goal of modern dentistry is to restore the patient’s oral health to normal contour, function, aesthetics and speech. 1 The era of dental implants have ushered in a new treatment concept where the patients no longer have to

August 1, 2018 Feature ImplantologyOral Health

Power of Healing

by Houman Abtin, BDS, MSc, FRCD(C), Diplomate American Board of Endodontics

To view figures, click on figure mentions throughout the article. Too often teeth are extracted merely due to the presence of apical periodontitis. The size of the apical radiolucency is not an indication for tooth extraction. Bacteria play the main

August 1, 2018 Feature ImplantologyOral Health

Implant Dentistry for Complete Maxillary Rehabilitation: Two Innovative Protocols

by Gilbert Tremblay, BSc, DMD; Scott D. Ganz, DMD

To view figures, click on figure mentions throughout the article. Patients who present with a terminal natural dentition in the maxillary arch offer both surgical and restorative challenges for the clinician. A formal diagnostic protocol is essential to determine viable

August 1, 2018 Feature ImplantologyOral Health

Risk Factors in Implant Dentistry: Operator Related Risk Factors

by Murray Arlin, DDS, Dip. Perio, FRCD(C)

To view figures, click on figure mentions throughout the article. This article is the fourth in a series by the author submitted to, and published exclusively by Oral Health. The first article of the series was published in the August

August 1, 2018 Feature ImplantologyOral Health

When to Take a CBCT Scan for Implant Placement

by Mark Nicolucci, DDS, MS, FRCD(C)

To view figures, click on figure mentions throughout the article. Implant dentistry has a particular need to assess the three-dimensional structure of the jaw bones. Traditionally two-dimensional radiographs have sufficed for most dentists’ needs such as with restorative or endodontics.

August 1, 2018 Feature ImplantologyOral Health

Peri-Implantitis and The Risk Factors

by Leya Bahlou, DMD, MSc, FRCD(C); Nancy Mouradian, DMD, FRCD(C), Cert. Paro, Dip. ABP; Reginaldo Bruno Gonçalves, DDS, MSc, PhD, FRCD(C), Cert. Paro, Dip. ABP

To view figures, click on figure mentions throughout the article. Keywords peri-implantitis, implant, diagnosis, etiology, risk factors Abstract This review paper is to enable a better understanding of the biological complications that can occur after osseointegration on an implant. Inflammation

August 1, 2018 Feature ImplantologyOral Health

Intraosseous Local Anesthesia Revisited

by Mark Lin, BSc, DDS, MSc (Prosthodontics), FRCD(C)

To view figures, click on figure mentions throughout the article. Your patient in the chair has confirmed that their lips and tongue are numb from your block local anesthesia. As you are beginning to start the clinical procedure, your patient

August 1, 2018 Feature ImplantologyOral Health

2018 Canadian Dental Show Wrap-Up

by Oral Health

2018 was an exceptional year for Canadian dental events. Oral Health Group was in attendance for the three biggest meetings – Pacific Dental Conference (PDC), Ontario Dental Association’s Annual Spring Meeting (ODA ASM) and Journées dentaires internationales du Québec (JDIQ)

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August 1, 2018 Feature EditorialImplantologyOral Health

Implant Survival

by Mark Nicolucci, DDS, MS, FRCD(C)

The success of implants has been tremendous. Never before have we had a treatment option to replace missing teeth or stabilize dentures that performs so well. But just how successful are dental implants? In the May 2018 edition of Oral

March 12, 2018 News ImplantologyNews

Nevada Dentist Reused Abutments on Multiple Patients

by Natalie Bruzda, Las Vegas Review-Journal

UNLV is notifying 184 patients that they may have had dental implant work done with an instrument that had been used on other patients. A recent review of the dental implant process at the university’s Faculty Dental Practice Clinic found

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August 8, 2017 Feature ImplantologyOral Health

Children at Risk?: One Dentist’s Thoughts

by Peter Nkansah, DDS, Dip. Antes

On July 9th, the show Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly aired a piece called “Children at Risk? Kids and Sedation at the Dentist’s Office” that may generate discussion among your colleagues and in your practices. The lead reporter in the

August 8, 2017 Feature ImplantologyOral Health

Risk Factors in Implant Dentistry: “Patient Local Related” Risk Factors

by Murray Arlin, DDS, Dip. Perio

Introduction This article is the third in a series for Oral Health magazine (August issues) that highlights the discipline of Implant Dentistry. The first article 1 of the series was published in the August 2015 issue with the title “Surgical

August 8, 2017 Feature ImplantologyOral Health

Predicting The Transition Line Of An Immediate Complete Maxillary Implant Prosthesis

by Gilbert Tremblay, BSc, DMD, Dip ABOI/ID; Reginaldo Bruno Gonçalves, DDS, MSD, PhD, Dip ABP, FRCD(C)

Introduction Complete maxillary implant rehabilitation presents great challenges in achieving optimal aesthetic outcomes. The aesthetic component of the rehabilitation can often be unpredictable and not satisfy patients’ expectations, which implies the need of highly well done pre-operative examination and treatment

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August 8, 2017 Feature ImplantologyOral Health

Keys to Predictable Socket Grafting: Part 2

by Carl E. Misch; Vivian Roknian

The last article discussed the first five keys to bone grafting. The keys to bone grafting are local factors that affect the prognosis of the procedure and include: defect size, absence of infection, soft tissue closure, space maintenance, graft immobilization,

August 8, 2017 Feature Cosmetic / AestheticImplantologyOral Health

The Economics of Dental Aesthetics

by Robert A. Lowe, DDS, FAGD, FADI, FACD, FIADE, FASDA

The Past When it became possible to bond tooth colored restorative materials to enamel in the early 1980’s, dental practice, as we know it was changed forever. The “Age of Aesthetic Dentistry” was born. No longer did the dentist deal