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ZERAMEX XT Ceramic Implant: 1 year follow up of 1st in the world placed

Written by Dr Jens Tartsch

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Posted on April 10 2019

Dr. Jens Tartsch - Swiss Dental Health

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Case Report: Next Generation – two-piece, metal free, screwed ZERAMEX XT
By: Dr. med. dent. Jens Tartsch, DMD
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This case involved a simple placement of an implant in a site with adequate bone in an overall healthy patient. The case is significant in that it was the first case ever done worldwide using the ZERAMEX XT Ceramic Implant System.

It shows a ZERAMEX XT 4.2 x 10mm implant placed in a healed extraction and grafted site. The implant placement was done 4 months post tooth extraction and grafting. The implant was restored using the VICARBO Carbon Fiber screw and zirconia abutment. At one year follow up, the implant shows no peri-implant inflammation. No movement or bone loss can be observed.

Zeramex XT Implant System
European Society for Ceramic Implantology

This case was done in Zurich Switzerland by Dr. Jens Tartsch. Dr. Tartsch practices in Zurich Switzerland and is a founding father of the European Society of Ceramic Implants. ESCI is a connection between industry leaders and clinical users of ceramic implants working together to create the designs, and technologies for proven future success.


Diagnostic 3D treatment planning: Implant dimension & position with SMOP guided surgery system

Fig. 1. Diagnostic 3D treatment planning: Implant dimension & position with SMOP guided surgery system

Situation 4 months post Extraction

Fig. 2 - Situation 4 months post Extraction

Prepared implant bed after thread cutting

Fig. 3 - Prepared implant bed after thread cutting

Insertion with Bolt in Tube inserting instrument max Torque 25Ncm

Fig. 4 - Insertion with Bolt in Tube inserting instrument max Torque 25Ncm

Implant in situ, neck area 0.6 mm supracrestal

Fig. 5- Implant in situ, neck area 0.6 mm supracrestal

The flat healing cap allows a primary wound closure guided surgery system

Fig. 6 - The flat healing cap allows a primary wound closure guided surgery system

Healing period with healing cap Zeramex XT

Fig. 7- Healing period with healing cap Zeramex XT

ZERAMEX XT Implant ready for impression

Fig. 8- ZERAMEX XT Implant ready for impression

Precise impression with open tray

Fig. 9- Precise impression with open tray

Individualized abutment on master cast

Fig. 10 - Individualized abutment on master cast

Abutmentstry

Fig. 11 - Abutmentstry

Crown with composite closure of screw access channel

Fig. 12 - Crown with composite closure of screw access channel

X-ray control after surgery and 1 yearpost loading

Fig. 13 - X-ray control after surgery and 1 yearpost loading

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