Tag: TiUltra implant surface

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

At the European Association of Osseointegration’s Digital Days event, Drs. Giorgio Ban and Giacomo Fabbri presented the preliminary results of a prospective clinical study they...

/ January 20, 2021

Preliminary results from a prospective clinical study: Xeal™ and TiUltra™

Preliminary* results from a prospective clinical study into the performance of gradually anodized implant surfaces show evident early success. Outcomes of the study reveal an...

/ December 2, 2020
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
TiUltra dental implant surface

Dental Implant Surface Treatments: What You Need to Know

When considering the factors that can affect dental implant success both long and short term, one of the most crucial is undoubtedly the implant’s surface.

/ September 17, 2020

“Progress in implants with no change in protocol appeals a lot to my trainees”

Dr. Bobby Birdi has chosen to use Xeal™ abutments and TiUltra™ implants. Here, he explains why.

/ September 16, 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

How rough is rough? Why implant surface matters at every level for patients

It’s the interface between living and inanimate; it’s where biology meets chemistry. Find out why surface matters – and at every level

/ January 25, 2019