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Datum

Fr. 25. Nov 2022

Uhrzeit

11:45 - 12:05

Ort

Saal 3, EG
CCH - Congress Center Hamburg

Is the Taper the Key to Success?

  1. What is the impact of the implant-abutment connection on the marginal bone level?
  2. To what extent do the shape and angle of the emergence profile influence the hard and soft tissues?
  3. What is the ideal insertion depth of an implant with a conical implant abutment connection?
  • Abstract:

    An implant abutment morse taper connection virtually gap free certainly offers multiple advantages: greater stability, lack of bacteria infiltrations, stronger resistance to lateral forces, chance for subcrestal placement, just to name a few.
    Now imagine to have the same type of connection also at the prosthetic-abutment interface: no more screws no more cement, fixed prosthesis retained just by friction.
    This double conical cononnection better known as biconometry offers countless clinical and biological advantages: amazing stability of the soft and hard tissues in the long term, easy retrievability when it becomes necessary for hygiene or just to inspect the underlying tissues, last but not least a very low rate of peri-implant diseases.
    The Speaker will present these concepts in the light of his long clinical and research experience.

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Is the Taper the Key to Success?

  1. What is the impact of the implant-abutment connection on the marginal bone level?
  2. To what extent do the shape and angle of the emergence profile influence the hard and soft tissues?
  3. What is the ideal insertion depth of an implant with a conical implant abutment connection?
  • Abstract:

    An implant abutment morse taper connection virtually gap free certainly offers multiple advantages: greater stability, lack of bacteria infiltrations, stronger resistance to lateral forces, chance for subcrestal placement, just to name a few.
    Now imagine to have the same type of connection also at the prosthetic-abutment interface: no more screws no more cement, fixed prosthesis retained just by friction.
    This double conical cononnection better known as biconometry offers countless clinical and biological advantages: amazing stability of the soft and hard tissues in the long term, easy retrievability when it becomes necessary for hygiene or just to inspect the underlying tissues, last but not least a very low rate of peri-implant diseases.
    The Speaker will present these concepts in the light of his long clinical and research experience.

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