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Dennis Tarnow on Surface Technology in Implant Therapy - Part 3 of 6

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In this 3rd of a series, Dr. Clark Stanford interviews Dr. Dennis Tarnow on the role and evolution of surface technology in implant therapy . Dr. Tarnow discusses the new perspectives on the definition of osseointegration. In addition, the relationship of surface technology to the speed of achieving osseointegration as well as the density that is stimulated on the surrounding bone.

Date Added:
11/26/2013

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Dennis P. Tarnow, DDS Dennis P. Tarnow, DDS
Dennis P. Tarnow is currently Clinical Professor of Periodontology and Director of Implant Education at Columbia School of Dental Medicine. Dr. Tarnow has a certificate...
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Questions & Comments
Anupam Singh - (12/2/2013 12:01 PM)

Great Question Dr Arjun Paniker, Thats the one question many of us do not have answer and puzzles me too. Looking forward to an explanation from Dr(Prof.) Tarnow and Dr(Prof.) Maurice Salama. Thanks in advance..

Adeel Ali - (11/24/2013 3:38 PM)

Thoroughly enjoying these lectures. Thank you Dr Tarnow.

Duaa Alkhatib - (11/23/2013 9:15 AM)

You Make understanding things very easy... you are god gifted

arjun panikar - (11/22/2013 3:01 PM)

Dr Tarnow I am very excited to see the remaining parts of your series.. You Make understanding things very easy... you are god gifted.. As for my question sir I would like to know what grade (1-5) Implants do you suggest must we use... since Grades (1-4) being commercially pure are relatively more expensive and weaker implants As compared to Grade 5 and I have not come across any studies in the literature pitting one's superiority to the other.. majority of Implant companies are now manufacturing Implants in Grade 5 Ti Alloy; but still the more well established ones are mostly dealing in grade 4 or Grade 2 like dentsply, Osstem, Biodenta, etc... So logically speaking the literature Supports grade 5 Implants since it is FDA approved and a lot stronger & cheaper compared to the commercially pure one's, but again thinking logically I don't thing these companies are making Commercially pure Implants just for the heck of it... which leads me to my question how does the grade of Ti (1-5) Influence our Implant therapy... I have been hunting for a satisfactory answer to my question since a long time but all in vain hope you can rid me of my misery... Thankyou Dr Tarnow & Dr Salama.

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