The trial was carried out for the purpose of comparing different surface treatments (machined STi titanium, plasma spray TPS
titanium, zirconium oxide sandblasting + acid AL-SLA pickling, acid ZR-SLA pickling) and their results in terms of assessing titanium particle release during tightening.
The trial was carried out with the purpose of performing a biomechanical and histological assessment of the tipped, tapered dental implant.At the same time a comparative assessment was carried out, with particular focus on the bone/implant interface on three different surface kinds (machines STi titanium, vacuum plasma spray VPS, fluorohydroxyapatite FHAVS).
The trial was carried out for the purpose of comparing different surface treatments (machined STi titanium, plasma spray TPS titanium, zirconium oxide sandblasting + acid ZR-SLA pickling) and their results in terms of tissue osteogenesis in the peri-implant area after the first 2 weeks and at full healing (3 months).
The trial was carried out to observe using an electronic microscope the osseointegration ability of 6 different treatments applied to as many titanium discs using osteoblasts (machined SS titanium, plasma spray TPS titanium, corundum C100 sandblasted + acid treatment, corundum C150 sandblasted + acid treatment, zirconium dioxide B60 sandblasted + acid treatment, zirconium dioxide B120 sandblasted + acid treatment).
The trial was carried out to assess the evolution (1h, 14 days, 90 days after implant insertion) of tissues and bone remodelling in terms of biological fixation.The trial was carried out using implants with different surfaces (machined STi titanium, plasma spray TPS titanium, sandblasted).
The trial was carried out to highlight any behavioural differences with regard to axial, bending and torsion stresses between a Profile1 implant and an implant manufactured by competitors.
The goal of mechanical testing is to experimentally determine static and fatigue mechanical resistance of dental implants assembled with pre-angled abutments.
Moreover, torsion resistance of the through screw and the implant+mounting assembly has been considered with static testing until system collapse.
The trial was carried out to check which surface (zirconium sandblasting – 60 SLA 60 coarseness, zirconium sandblasting – 120 SLA 120 coarseness, machined titanium) is the most suitable to ensure effective osseointegration. The trial proves that zirconium – 60 coarseness – treatment is the ideal treatment to reach optimal osseointegration
The trial was carried out to assess how implant geometry affects the contact surface and, consequently, osseointegration.More specifically, two different profiles were analysed (narrow pitch and wide pitch).The trial shows that both profiles have suitable osseointegration capacity.
The trial was carried out for the purposes of assessing titanium particle release during tightening.In case of products treated with the TPS method, there is an undesired release, even though the trial proves that neither the biological fixation nor final osseointegration are compromised