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Bone augmentation

Dr. Giulia Cerino | Switzerland
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The iMc Institute: An example for practice-based research
Dr. Michael K. McGuire | United States

The truth is that as clinicians we are all practice-based researchers. When we diagnose our patients, choose treatments and follow results, we are really performing research, whether we know it or not.

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In the phantom room with Anton Sculean
Dr. Giulia Cerino | Switzerland
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Strip autograft plus Geistlich Mucograft® allow the growth of physiologically normal keratinized gingiva
Dr. Giulia Cerino | Switzerland

Biopsies from the combined grafting technique show tissue morphology as well as keratin and collagen expression identical to that of free gingival graft strips.1

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Soft tissue volume augmentation
Dr. Giulia Cerino | Switzerland

Does soft tissue management have an impact on peri-implant health or is it just a questions of esthetics? Our infographic gives insights on this questions.

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Facing dehiscence defects in the anterior area
Prof. Shakeel Shahdad | United Kingdom

Soft tissue defects are often encountered prior to implantation, resulting in insufficient attached keratinized mucosa, which, if not corrected, results in less than ideal aesthetic outcomes.

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Oral Regeneration Topic
Verena Vermeulen | Switzerland

Scientific radar, expert interview, webinar - all on the same topic. In the Oral Regeneration Topic, which is organized every six months by the Osteology Foundation, you can learn a lot about selected matters.

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Sequential extractions and implantations
Dr. Philippe Khayat | France, Dr. Marin Pomperski | France

Multiple immediate implants and extensive treatment in the maxilla. Stay in control and simplify therapy to prevent peri-implantitis.

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Keratinized tissue
Verena Vermeulen | Switzerland

Does a band of keratinized tissue effect peri-implant health? Our infographic sheds light on this question.

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Geistlich Bio-Oss® is an option for augmenting atrophic bone
Dr. Giulia Cerino | Switzerland

Causing a low pro-inflammatory response, Geistlich Bio-Oss® integrates into the augmentation site, serves as a scaffold, and reduces the ingrowth of connective tissue.1

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Use of Yxoss CBR® in the anterior area
Prof. Frank Liebaug | China

The disadvantages of bone blocks for large bone augmentation are significant – graft resorption, harvest site morbidity, poor graft integration and limited blood supply. Yxoss CBR® provides an alternative approach using particulate graft material.

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How to deal with missing anterior teeth. Take stock of the situation
Prof. Lin Ye | China, Dr. Jiang Xi | China

Dental implant therapy is considered a safe and predictable treatment to replace missing teeth. Nonetheless, implant rehabilitation in the anterior maxilla is still a challenge because of esthetic concerns.

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The biology behind Geistlich Bio-Oss®
Associate Prof. Dieter D. Bosshardt | Switzerland

Histologic staining properties, adsorption and uptake of proteins, osteoconductivity, and resorbability – an overview of biological data and long-term stability clinical outcomes to better understand Geistlich Bio-Oss®.

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A more accurate measure of soft tissue changes
Adjunct Prof. Dr. Thiago Morelli | United States

Quantifying treatment outcomes is the first step towards continuous improvement. A new technique allows accurate and precise measurement of the increase in soft tissue thickness.

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When the company meets the university
Dr. Giulia Cerino | Switzerland

Geistlich believes in strategic collaborations with universities, and with the University of Geneva, Geistlich found a new partner for quality research. Prof. Irena Sailer, Head of Geneva’s Division of Fixed Prosthodontics and Biomaterials, and Dr. Birgit Schäfer, Geistlich’s Executive Scientific Manager, talk about synergies between the two organizations.

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Geistlich Mucograft® Seal causes fewer scars than a punch graft
Verena Vermeulen | Switzerland

Closing an extraction socket with Geistlich Mucograft® Seal instead of an autologous punch graft saves the patient a painful wound on the palate. It also shortens the treatment time and creates fewer scars in the soft tissue. This is shown by a new study from Germany.1

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Gene therapy for the eyes
Dr. Klaus Duffner | Germany

What sounds like science fiction could become reality in the near future: People with hereditary retinal diseases are given new genes in their eyes to prevent them from going blind. The first drugs are about to be approved.