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革新的インプラント性状とテクノロジー: Trabecular Metal (トラベキュラーメタル)

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今日、インプラントの表面性状は進化を続けているが、革新的なものは少ない。Trabecular Metal (トラベキュラーメタル)は今までものものと大きく異なり、表面での成長を促進するだけでなく、内部への成長を促進するものである。このWebinarでは新しいインプラントの表面性状、関連文献、臨床的インプラントのプロトコルへの利点を細部にわたって紹介する。さらに、手術と即時テンポライゼーションのテクニックも網羅する。

Date Added:
12/4/2012

Author(s):

Richard Akin, DDS, MD Richard Akin, DDS, MD

Dr. Akin, an Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon in private practice in Baton Rouge, LA, earned both his Doctor of Dental Surgery (1998) and Doctor of Medicine (2001) from the Lou...
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Questions & Comments
ricardo auer - (5/25/2020 9:42 PM)

Very interesting

Richard Akin - (1/14/2013 11:48 PM)

Henry, With this system I have found that the crestal threads allow for good stability in staged implant surgery and the apical threads provide for stability in immediate implant situations. Adequate insertion torque is something I feel strongly about and was initially concerned about with this implant. With some tweaking of the drilling protocol I have not found this to be the case.

Richard Akin - (1/14/2013 11:41 PM)

Charles, I did get a tremendous amount of information on tantalum and it application to vitreous carbon while in Parsippany, NJ at Zimmer manufacturing plant but I am not sure of the exact method that the titanium is fused to the tantalum sleeve. I can say that I have found this implant to be as strong as the TSV implant and am only minimally concerned about galvanic reaction between these 2 very inert materials.

henry salama - (1/3/2013 1:29 PM)

Hi Richard, my compliments on very nice presentation. I'm interested in knowing your thoughts conceptually on how the loss of threads, that would otherwise be in the area taken up by the trabecular metal, effects initial primary stability and early loading? thanks

Richard Akin - (1/2/2013 3:05 PM)

Dear Sam, My experiences with the trabecular metal implant have all been favorable but I have not loaded any in 2 weeks. I leave all provisionals just out of contact in centric occlusion and excursions.

Sam Busich - (12/10/2012 1:18 PM)

Dr. Akin; Any follow ups on this new implant that you can provide for us? Radiographic changes, early loading responses. Do you feel that a 2 week load protocol is acceptable with the TM? thanks Sam

Charles Schwimer - (12/6/2012 3:23 PM)

Richard,nice video. Immediate screw retained provisionals are ideal when possible. Do you know how the these trabecular metal implants are manufactured. It seems to me these implants are constucted with titanium and tantalum. I am curious how the two metals interphase (Strengh? galvanic reaction?). The Orthopedic trabecular metal components are only made of tantelum. I would be interested to hear your thoughts. Thank you again. Chuck

Richard Akin - (5/25/2012 12:20 AM)

Dear Mauricio, I think the risk of peri-implantitis is very low due to the tantalum surface being present along the body of the implant and not at the crest.

Richard Akin - (5/25/2012 12:17 AM)

Dear Alper, I am very optimistic about the application of this material to a dental implant. My early experience is positive and I feel that the 'ingrowth' versus 'ongrowth' component of these implants changes the discussion from BIC to bone incorporation. Clinically, my early success rates have been exceptional. More time and data is needed to determine how it performs under function.

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