Tag: Abutment surface

And the results are in! Dr. Ban explains preliminary findings of Xeal™ and TiUltra™ surfaces clinical study

At the European Association of Osseointegration’s Digital Days 2020 event, Drs. Giorgio Ban and Giacomo Fabbri presented Here, Dr. Ban discusses why he began using...

/ January 20, 2021
Graham Carmichael

“Science, stability, success”: Dr. Graham Carmichael discusses Xeal and TiUltra surfaces

An award-winning clinician, researcher and director at the Brånemark Center in Perth, Australia, Dr. Graham Carmichael is a Consultant Prosthodontist and senior clinical lecturer at...

/ November 23, 2020
Ana Ferro

“Xeal is a great step forward into the Mucointegration™ era” Dr. Ana Ferro

Dr. Ana Ferro, Head of Oral Surgery, Implant & Periodontology at MALO CLINIC, explains her experience with the latest surface innovations, Xeal™ and TiUltra™.

/ July 14, 2020
Giacomo Fabbri

“For abutments & implants available with the new surfaces, I have completely converted to Xeal and TiUltra” Dr. Giacomo Fabbri

One of the first clinicians to use Xeal™ and TiUltra™, Giacomo Fabbri explains why he converted to the new surfaces, the results he has seen...

/ July 7, 2020

Spotlight on surface innovation: Video presentation

Prof. Albrektsson explains the evolution in implant surface knowledge and research, and why implant anodization has been developed even further by Nobel Biocare.

/ March 26, 2020

Why abutment surface matters for soft tissue health

As many of us already know, dental implants are designed to facilitate an optimal level of osseointegration. However, there’s another factor that is also of...

/ November 7, 2019

“Some people claim implants are just commodity products…I fear this is a major threat to implants today.” Why company-organized research matters for greater knowledge in implantology.

Prof. Tomas Albrektsson, MD, PhD, ODhc, RCPSG began working on dental implants with Per-Ingvar Brånemark in 1967 and has since published many papers on osseointegration....

/ September 18, 2019

How do hydrophilic surfaces speed up the healing process?

A considerable number of studies have shown that cells attach better to hydrophilic surfaces than to hydrophobic surfaces. But what, exactly, is hydrophilicity? Here, we...

/ August 30, 2019