Dr. med. dent. Christian Schubert has a video on the subject of “Ceramic or titanium implants. Which implant suits you?” With the permission of Dr. Schubert we publish the video as well as the editorially prepared text version of his contribution.
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Hot Seat part 17- Dr. Omid Moghaddas with Dr. Sammy Noumbissi
If you watched Dr. Georgios Kotsakis’ lecture during the Pikos Symposium 2020 event last October 15-17 and you feel the need to to re-watch it; check out this video where Dr. Kotsakis goes in the hot-seat with Dr. Omid Moghaddas.
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Dental implants are often made of titanium alloys. Implant therapy currently promises a good long-term result without impacting health; however, its success depends on many factors. In this article, the authors focus on the most common risk factors associated with metallic surgical implants.
This review is based on current titanium research demonstrating the many factors that can pose a negative impact on human health when exposed to the various forms of titanium, including its relationship and interactions with other metals.
Cell viability is negatively correlated with titanium concentration. Further, titanium debris might lead to an inflammatory biologic response of dental peri-implant tissue.
Titanium particles/ions detected in peri-implant tissues have been considered as a potential etiologic factor for crestal bone loss around oral implants. However, the definite impact of titanium wear particles on the health of surrounding structures remains undetermined.
Epigenetic changes are associated with various inflammatory diseases and are influenced by environmental factors. Recent data support an association between titanium dissolution products and peri-implantitis.