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.
Prof. Wennerberg's recent systematic review evaluates the reported survival rate and marginal bone loss of implants with modified surfaces, including Nobel Biocare’s TiUnite implant surface,...
The history and development of dental implant materials, from the accidental discovery of osseointegration to new metal-free solutions.
In a newly published study comparing five implant surfaces, TiUnite has come out on top.
It can be difficult to distinguish fact from fiction when it comes to implant surfaces and their relationship with peri-implantitis.
True science, original solutions and real innovations greeted visitors to the Nobel Biocare booth at EAO 2017.
A newly published meta-analysis evaluating TiUnite implant surface is believed to be the largest such evaluation of a single implant brand ever conducted. Here Prof....
Prof. Albrektsson is the co-author of a landmark meta-analysis analyzing all prospective studies published on the TiUnite dental implant surface. Read more.