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CadCam Customized 3D-Printed Subperiosteal Implant

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The “classical” subperiosteal implant does not enjoy a good reputation; the causes of failure were myriad, as evidenced in the literature. Dahl’s over the mucosa impression technique resulted in a poor fit. The Vitallium frame caused stress shielding and bone resorption. Obwegeser resected the gingiva surrounding the posts, which led to pathological pocket formation, and no screw fixation were used to avoid or minimize mobility of the implant. The frame was not made from titanium, and poor osseointegration and poor soft tissue behaviour resulted. The relationship between the oral microflora and periodontitis was poorly understood in the 1950s and 1960s. When considering the future of implants, it appears justified to reconsider the old concepts in light of the availability of contemporary technologies, such as computer-aided design, softwares and programs design, virtual stress– strain testing, and 3D printing of titanium alloy. With the employment of these modern technologies, the concept of a “high-tech” subperiosteal implant has gradually emerged. Biological design of subperiosteal implant is mandatory for the success of the treatment, guidelines on architectural changes, topological optimization, and biofunctionalization will be explained. This new era of a “high-tech” customized 3D printed subperiosteal implant leads us to consider this technique a valuable treatment option for atrophic jaws, avoiding more invasive procedures and giving the possibility of immediate loading, improving the patient’s quality of life.

Date Added:
1/12/2022

Author(s):

Vladimir Garcia Lozada, DDS, MS, PhD Vladimir Garcia Lozada, DDS, MS, PhD
Dr. Vladimir García Lozada is graduated in Dentistry, Oral Surgery and Maxillofacial Implantology internationally in many programs of Universities and Hospita...
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Questions & Comments
abdullah çakır - (10/28/2021 12:57 PM)

prof, could you please check your mail?

Vladimir García Lozada - (5/12/2021 2:13 PM)

Estimado Enrique trevino muchas gracias por tu comentario!! Un gran saludo

Vladimir García Lozada - (5/12/2021 2:12 PM)

Hello Abdullah, my email adress is info@cibumax.com

ENRIQUE TREVINO - (5/5/2021 2:46 PM)

Excelente presentacion, Gracias por compartir

abdullah çakır - (4/11/2021 6:17 AM)

Hello profesor ,can you give me your email adress?

abdullah çakır - (2/9/2021 2:40 AM)

thank you for attention .my mail adress is abdullahsm2017@gmail.com

Vladimir García Lozada - (2/5/2021 10:51 AM)

Hello Abdullah, certainly the video you see its a spanish version recorded by BoneEasy, talking about different techniques to deal with atrophic jaws, i will recommend you to see the webinar here in DentalXP with this treatment modality of 3d printing custom made subperiosteal implants with ImplanTize System much more explained in detail. Its nice this treatment option take your attention, because its a very valuable alternative option. About your thesis of course i can help you to reach some studies, recently i have submitted 2 articles in this topic in different journals!! just waiting the acceptance!! you can leave here your email address to contact. Regards from SPAIN

abdullah çakır - (2/1/2021 1:15 PM)

hello professor, i watched your video on youtub. the case you made drew my attention. i want to do a thesis on this implant system. Could you help me reach your studies and articles on this subject? I am working in Dicle University Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery in TURKEY

Vladimir García Lozada - (11/24/2020 8:00 AM)

Emad habib, thank you very much!! a pleasure you enjoy the presentation!! About courses in this option treatment modality, we are working in organize for the next year in Spain, if the current situation may suitable to promote, it will depend on the country perse and you can contact BoneEasy in Portugal, talk with Rui Coelho for the possibility to get this technology in your clinic!! Regards!!

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