OsteoCare is now open for business in Australia!
We are excited to announce we have a new distributor in Australia! We received positive feedback from dentists at the IDEM Singapore and are now happy to announce collaboration in Australia. OsteoCare is looking forward to delving into the Australian market and continue “Growing our Community in the pursuit of happiness.”
For more information please contact Paul Greham on firstname.lastname@example.org or call +61 (02) 8324 1440.
OsteoCare at the Private Dentistry Show
Implantologists worldwide visited the show and stand to enquire about products and courses. There is a great deal of interest in A British Made System.
The highlight of the day was Professor Amr Zahran’s lecture on OsteoCare’s New Implant Design, Peter Harling DTG attended the lecture and praised OsteoCare as a “fantastic, friendly and knowledgeable company”.
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OsteoCare and Cardiff University collaborate to reduce dental implant failures
Three million implants are placed every year in the U.S. and this number is increasing by 500,000 a year according to the American Academy of Implant Dentistry. Approximately 7% fail due to poor bone growth, which requires multiple surgeries and more trauma to the tissue due to implant removal. This negatively impacts on patient quality of life due to poorer dietary options, reduced self-esteem due to aesthetics and added costs to the patient.
During implant fixation, the surgeon relies on experience or manufacturer guidelines to judge how much torque is required for the optimal hold in the bone. Over tightening can cause damage of the bone tissue around the implant and impair bone healing by restricting blood flow. Under tightening will cause the implant to move when chewing. Relying on torque as an indicator for implant fixation assumes the same bone quality across all patients and therefore more accurate and appropriate tools for placing the implant may help prevent future failure.
Monitoring Acoustic Emission is a well-established non-destructive testing technique currently used to detect damage and cracks in engineering structures. By using this technique to monitor dental implant insertion, there is the potential to ensure optimal conditions for both bone repair and implant stability, ultimately preventing failure of dental implants.