Research Award 2008/2009
We proudly announce the winners of the CAMLOG Foundation research award 2008/2009 which received their awards during the 3rd International CAMLOG Congress 2010 in Stuttgart, Germany.
Effect of repeated manual disassembly and reassembly on the position stability of various implant-abutment complexes: an experimental study.
The purpose of this study was to evaluate rotational, vertical, and canting changes in the position of the rotation-safe component in the implant-abutment assemblies of five different implant systems (ITI, Steri-Oss, Camlog, Astra Tech, and Replace Select) after manual removal and reassembly.
Dr. Wiebke Semper
Sinus membrane lift using a water balloon followed by bone grafting and implant placement: A 28-case report
The objective of this study was to assess the efficacy and safety of a minimally invasive sinus lift using an inflatable water balloon followed by bone grafting and implant placement.
Dr. Xiulian Hu
The aim of this retrospective study was to evaluate the long-term survival and success rates of screw-type root-shaped (Camlog) implants of various diameters and their implant-prosthodontic reconstructions for more than 5 years of clinical use.
Dr. Rudolf Seemann