SINUS ROOF

3D Laser Sintering/Additive Manufacturing Customized Implant System.
Sinus lift bone augmentation provides an effective, personalized restoration solution for especially complex clinical cases where conventional implants are not a suitable option.

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CASE STUDIES

Customized Implant in the Maxilla

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Individually 3D printed customized implant

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3D “Custom Made Roofing” Technique for Maxillary Sinus Lift Augmentation

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Orbital Floor Reconstruction using custom-made implant with screw fixation

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Patient specific implant: Customized subperiosteal implant for resorbed jaws

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LPI: Laser Precision Implant, Customized subperiosteal implant for resorbed jaws

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Customized subperiosteal implant for lack of bone

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LPI: Laser Precision Implant: Customized subperiosteal implant on the right mandible

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Bilateral mandibular edentulism: A subperiosteal Patient specific implant

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3d printed Facial Reconstruction following gunshot injury

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Reconstruction of complex mandibular defects using integrated dental custom-made implants

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Upper Jaw Reconstruction following Central Giant Cell Granuloma on the right side

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TMJ Condyle Replacement to a patient with metastatic tumor in the right mandibular ramus

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SURFACE ENERGY

Nanostructures generate the correct energy on the surface of the implant and stimulate
cellular activity.
Increased hydrophilia and cellular activity means more successful osseointegration.
With efficient cell selection, bone develops not only on the surface of the existing bone, but on the surface of the implant. This contact osteogenesis is vital for successful osseointegration and is critical in compromised cases.
This research describes the technology used to produce subperiosteal microtextured titanium implants by additive manufacturing with specific surface topography.
The ability of these implants to be osteogenic and to induce osseointegration of the implant outside bone envelopes will be demonstrated using two animal models.

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