Did you know that the performance of our superhydrophilic INICELL® surface has been evaluated in a recent meta-analysis?
Dr. Arkadiusz Makowiecki and colleagues evaluated 20 publications and more than 2900 implants to compare superhydrophilic surface implants from Thommen Medical with those of a competitor. The data revealed significantly lower rates of implant loss and biologic complications with our INICELL® surface.
This analysis demonstrates the high survival rate and good biologic compatibility obtained with our INICELL® implant surface.
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The clinical case we would like to show you today was performed by Prof. Leonardo Trombelli. He used the SPAL technique together with a bovine-derived bone block for a peri-implant bone augmentation procedure in a patient with an edentulous area in the left posterior mandible. Take a look at our new case poster to see how the technique together with the placement of SPI®ELEMENT RC implants resulted in adequate peri-implant tissue conditions