Pikos Symposium 2020: Hard and Soft Tissue Grafting for Optimal Implant Reconstruction. The symposium will be held at the Ritz-Carlton Grande Lakes in Orlando, Florida from October 15 – 17, 2020 with optional hands-on workshops held on October 14, 2020.
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The white or the gray implant? Which one would you choose?
The Coronavirus-2019 (COVID-19) pandemic remains a pressing problem in the world and will continually surface as more than 30 different mutations of the disease strain, severe acute respiratory syndrome-coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2), were detected from the latest study in China.
Dr. Shelby Nelson of Custom Periodontics & Implantology shares her experience in placing her first ever Ceramic Dental Implant. Continue reading to know the reasons why she chose to move forward with ZERAMEX XT!
ZERAMEX CEO, Adrian Hunn went live on Wednesday, May 6th, for a Q&A session hosted by ‘Ceramic Implant Guy’ Michael Foley.
Know the history of the company, present day situation, current state of ceramic dental implants and a lot more!
ZERAMEX® CEO, Adrian Hunn and Emerginnova – ZERAMEX® USA Founder, Michael Foley announces State of Affairs during the global pandemic.
Drs. Morgan and Lemke are Cleveland area Periodontists. Centrally located in Independence, Ohio. The practice focuses on regenerative periodontal (gum) therapy and dental implant placement.
WESTERN SOCIETY OF PERIODONTOLOGY & NEVADA DENTAL HYGIENISTS ASSOCIATION
Western Region Dental Hygiene Symposium. The Dental Team Event of the Year!
Sammy Noumbissi, DDS MS has been a ceramic implant specialist for over ten years. He received his DDS from Howard University College of Dentistry in Washington, DC in 1998. He also has earned both a certificate in Implant Dentistry and a Masters of Science in Implant Surgery.
The “metal-free” trend has long been apparent starting with crowns and bridge prosthesis and by extension is also now evident in implantology, Titanium implants are subject bio corrosion, especially in the presence of lipopolysaccharides from bacterial walls and that titanium particles have been found in the peri-Implantary hard and soft tissues.