TiUnite®种植体表面 - 经过实践验证

增强的骨结合和稳定的骨水平

什么是TiUnite®

TiUnite®是一种高性能种植体表面, 即使在最具挑战性的条件下,也能增强骨结合12-8  它具有中等粗糙,增厚的氧化钛层,具有高结晶度和骨传导特性, 导致更快的骨形成。

 

与加工的植入物相比,TiUnite®表面已被证明有助于  维持  在临界愈合阶段9放置期间和在周围骨中的锚定所实现的植入物稳定性1011  TiUnite®表面种植体可以因此在帮助医生满足眼前的牙齿患者需求的重要作用。

选择TiUnite®表面植入物的5个理由

1.无与伦比的科学证据

TiUnite®是市场上临床研究最多的种植体表面之一。自2000年发布以来,已有超过465份 出版物在 临床上记录了382项临床研究,评估超过89,500颗种植体,超过22,600例患者,以及11.2年的最长平均随访时间。12

在单次注入品牌有史以来最大的荟萃分析,13的TiUnite®表面已重新设置科学规范,从结果4,694 临床评估患者与治疗12,804 TiUnite植入在报道106项 前瞻性研究进行分析。

2.可预测的骨结合,失败率最低

TiUnite®种植体表面于2000年首次引入Brånemark系统。从加工到TiUnite®表面的这种转变导致早期失败明显减少,特别是在骨密度较差的地区。1415

引入适度粗糙表面(主要是TiUnite®面植入物)时早期失败的发生率较低,在两个颌骨中都很显着。图由瑞典Torsten Jemt教授提供。

3.稳定的边缘骨水平

在最初的骨重塑阶段之后,TiUnite®种植体表面在中期和长期内显示出稳定的边缘骨水平。1316

4.短期和长期成功

TiUnite®在放置后立即保持种植体稳定性增强骨结合和锚定在周围骨中。1917  在从长远来看,它保持边缘骨和软组织水平,从而最大限度地官能耐力和美学。131618-23

5.种植体周围炎的发生率低

TiUnite®种植体表面表现出较低的种植体周围炎患病率24  ,与其他中等粗糙种植体表面相当。1325

*在106项研究中,47项报告了生物并发症。在这47篇论文中,有19篇报道5.2%的患者(64/1229)发生了种植体周围炎。作者的结论是,如果在没有明确报道的研究中未发生种植体周围炎,其发生率将为1.36%。

临床案例

NobelActive®支持软硬组织10年

即刻植入种植于NobelActive® RP种植体的新鲜拔牙窝内4.3 mm x 13 mm。使用从结节区域收获的异种移植物和自体软组织移植术来进行套接字增强,以关闭窝并增加受体部位的软组织量。水泥保留的二硅酸锂冠固定在解剖形状的氧化锆基台上。

专家证言

德国Matthias Karl教授

“对我而言,即使在非常具有挑战性的情况下,TiUnite®也是一个高度可靠的种植体表面,它是一个很好的表面,可以保持植入体的位置,寿命肯定存在 - 并且已被证明。

瑞典Tomas Albrektsson教授

“荟萃分析是TiUnite®疗效的另一证实,但在其他类型的临床研究中也证实了它的高性能,我观察到TiUnite®在2000年推出。我相信它,现在我知道我的信念是正确的,它是一个极好的种植体表面。“

瑞典BrånemarkClinic教授Bertil Friberg教授

“TiUnite®表面改善了我们的结果,尤其是在移植骨和低密度骨中,毫无疑问,它显着降低了我们的早期失败率。”

德国ThomasMüller-Hotop博士

“自TiUnite®表面开始使用以来,我们已经将其用于牙科诊所的所有适应症,我们看到了先进适应症的主要优势,例如立即植入种植体,立即加载和植入软骨状态的植入物。”

电子资料

TiUnite Science First leaflet

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TiUnite meta-analysis. Setting the scientific standard. Again.

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TiUnite- NobelActive- All-on-4. Science First 2013;1(1)

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TiUnite: Setting the Scientific Standard. Again. Science First 2017;4(2)

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