Particularly experienced implantologists selected by the study management of the Academy of Periointegration may support the AP's research on durability of dental implants by documenting and submitting their treatment cases.

The study team of Prof. Per-Ingvar Branemark (the "father of modern dental implantology") and Prof. Marc Nevins (Harvard School of Dental Medicine) evaluates radiological documentation before as well as three, six and twelve months after implantation. Such documentation shows the healing stages of the implant and the redesign of the surrounding bone until periointegration. Any follow-ups after two, five, ten and fifteen years show the long-term survival rates. Documentation of implant treatment is done in a time-saving and uncomplicated manner via online forms within the closed user area of the Academy website.

Please contact to request the study documents.

  1. Matrix Metalloproteinase-8 Levels in Peri-implant Sulcus Fluid Adjacent to Titanium and Zirconium Nitride Surfaces
  2. Grössner-Schreiber, et al., Do different implant surfaces exposed in the oral cavity of humans show different biofilm compositions and activities? Eur J Oral Sci 112, 516 – 522, 2004
  3. Größner-Schreiber, et al., Focal adhesion contact formation by fibroblasts cultured on surface-modified dental implants: an in vitro study, Clin. Oral Impl. Res. 17, 736 – 745, 2006
  4. Größner-Schreiber, et al. Fibroblast growth on surface-modified dental implants: an in vitro study, J Biomed Mater Res 64A, 591 – 599, 2003
  5. Größner-Schreiber, et al., Plaque formation on surface modified dental implants: an in virto study, Clin Oral Impl Res 12, 543 – 551, 2001
  6. Becker, Biokompatibilität von Zirkonnitrid (ZrN) beschichteten Dentalimplantat-Oberflächen verglichen mit bearbeiteten Reintitan (cp) -Oberflächen, Abschlussbericht zum Forschungsvertrag, U Düsseldorf, 2008
  7. BMP Aachen, Cytotoxicity Investigations on zirconium nitride, Investigation Report No.: B0220/07, 2007
  8. Roos-Jansaker, et al., Nine- to fourteen- year follow- up of implant treatment. Part I - III:
    1. Implant loss and associations to various factors, J Clin Periodontol 33, 283 – 289, 2006
    2. Presence of peri-implant lesions, J Clin Periodontol 33, 290 – 295, 2006
    3. Factors associated with peri-implant lesions, J Clin Periodontol 33, 296 – 301, 2006
  9. Zitzmann et al., Ätiologie, Diagnostik und Therapie der Periimplantitis – eine Übersicht, Deutsche Zahnärztliche Zeitschrift 61, 642 – 649, 2006
  10. Größner-Schreiber et al., Implantatdesign – Form- und Oberflächengestaltung enossaler Implantate, Implantologie 12/3, 213 - 223, 2004
  11. John, Dauerhafte Periointegration – Vermeidung und Therapie von Periimplantitis – Zirkoniumnitrid als neuer Werkstoff der dentalen Implantologie, Implantologie Journal 8/2008, 40 – 46, 2008
  12. Meissen, et al., Interner Sinuslift mit periointegrativem Implantat zur Periimplantitis-Prävention, Implantologie Journal 5/2011, 42 – 44, 2011
  13. Graf, Zur biologischen Verträglichkeit von Titanoberflächen (CPT) und ihren Abkömmlingen unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der TICER®-Oberfläche, U Leipzig, 1998
  14. MAT Dresden, Zirkonnitrid vs. Reintitan, Test Reports No.: 051207 & 071023, 2007
  15. Endolab Thansau/Rosenheim, Fatique Test for Endosseous Dental Implants – PerioType X-Pert 4.1 mm according ISO 14801, Test Report No.: 165.081015.50.33, 2009