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At Nobel Biocare, our mission is to champion creators of confidence. Every day, each of you creates that confidence in the patients you so compassionately treat in your practice. We have officially launched our new Xeal™ and TiUltra™ surfaces in the United States. Make sure to watch above and receive a 9-minute overview on how our extensive expertise in anodization technology is applied to the full implant system, from abutment to apex.
We tailor our online training for every experience level – whether you want to get started with the fundamentals of implantology or further develop your skills into the advanced. Get ready to learn alongside industry-leading experts from around the world.
Behind the bling: Meeting of the minds with Dr. Philip M. Walton and Dr. Nader Salib. Join the Instagram Live event as they answer the important questions on the latest implant surfaces.
To get the most of this event, we recommend downloading Dr. Walton’s case study. The study documents a 78-year-old patient’s journey from edentulism to being fitted with upper and lower dental implants using the All-on-4® treatment concept. The case study also provides updates after six and 18 months.
After the event, Dr. Salib's case study will be available.
This is an event you won’t want to miss. Register today and we will send you a reminder for the Instagram Live event.
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Soft-tissue preservation and restorative flexibility with new surface technology
1 CE credit | 60 minutes
In this webinar, Dr. Scott MacLean will describe how the new surfaces, TiUltra for implants, and Xeal for abutments, promote soft-tissue integration at every level, from abutment to implant apex. Dr. MacLean will discuss how the surface chemistry and topography of the TiUltra and Xeal surfaces are specifically designed to promote soft-tissue attachment, and how the On1 concept, with the On1 Base with Xeal, preserves the soft tissue attachment without compromising restorative flexibility.
• Learn how the surface chemistry is designed to promote early osseointegration, and how TiUltra and Xeal promote both hard and soft-tissue outcomes
• Learn how the On1 Base with Xeal surface preserves connective tissue structure while offering full restorative and surgical flexibility, by promoting undisturbed soft-tissue after implant placement
• Learn how the On1 concept allows for a simplified restorative procedure through a digital workflow
Perio-prosthetic synergy utilizing new surface technologies
1 CE credit | 60 minutes
In this webinar, Dr. Bobby Birdi will discuss the details of the perio-prosthetic implant interface and the biologic benefits of new surface technologies. He will discuss and showcase how he has integrated new surface technology into his dental implant treatments. Dr. Birdi will do a deep dive into the details of how proper treatment of the implant and abutment surfaces are important to long-term treatment success and how surface chemistry, topography, and porosity promote osseointegration, as well as soft-tissue preservation. Dr. Birdi will examine the link between soft tissue health and implant stability and function, and how early sealing of the implant connection can lead to optimal integration of dental implant restorations.
• Learn how the implant-abutment interface and implant positioning is important to long-term success
• Learn how early sealing of the implant-abutment connection can promote bone and tissue stability
• Learn why surface technology is important to the long-term success of dental implant treatments
Download: Xeal & TiUltra product brochure
Download: Scientific evidence
Download: All-on-4® treatment concept product overview
Download: Conical connection implants & prosthetics product overview
Download: On1™ concept product overview
Download: NobelActive product brochure with TiUltra
Download: NobelActive TiUnite long-term study
DOWNLOAD: On osseointegration in relation to implant surfaces | Tomas Albrektsson, Ann Wennerberg
DOWNLOAD: A randomized, controlled, clinical study on a new titanium oxide abutment surface for improved healing and soft tissue health | Jan Hall, Jessica Neilands, Julia R. Davies, Annika Ekestubbe, Bertil Friberg
DOWNLOAD: Quantitative in vitro comparison of the thrombogenicity of commercial dental implants | Vincent Milleret, Phillipp S. Lienemann, Sebastian Bauer, Martin Ehrbar
DOWNLOAD: Safety and efficacy of a novel, gradually anodized dental implant surface: A study in Yucatan mini pigs | Cristiano Susin, Amanda Finger Stadler, Marta Liliana Musskopf, Mariana de Sousa Rabelo, Umberto Demoner Ramos, Tiago Fiorini
DOWNLOAD: Rational design and in vitro characterization of novel dental implant and abutment surfaces for balancing clinical and biological needs | Vincent Milleret, Philipp S. Lienemann, Angelines Gasser, Sebastian Bauer, Martin Ehrbar, Ann Wennerberg
DOWNLOAD: Safety and efficacy of a novel anodized abutment on soft tissue healing in Yucatan mini-pigs | Cristiano Susin, Amanda Finger Stadler, Tiago Fiorini, Marianaa de Sousa Rabelo, Umberto Demoner Ramos, Peter Schupbach
DOWNLOAD: Evaluation of a novel oral mucosa in vitro implantation model for analysis of molecular interactions with dental abutment surfaces | Sanne Roffel, Gang Wu, Ivana Nedelijkovic, Michael Meyer, Tojo Razafiarison, Susan Gibbs