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Vol. 1, Issue 13
Clinical Case

Long-term outcome of implants placed with guided bone regeneration (GBR) using resorbable and non-resorbable membranes after 12–14 years
Ronald E. Jung, Nadine Fenner, Christoph H. F. Hämmerle and Nicola U. Zitzmann

Guided Bone Regeneration (GBR) procedures with resorbable and non-resorbable membranes were evaluated in 72 patients. The 12-14 year follow-up results exhibited a high survival rate for the procedure leading to the conclusion that GBR procedures using resorbable and non-resorbable membranes is a safe and predictable therapy. Read the full abstract and request a reprint.

Guidance by Geistlich

Dehiscence Defects Around Implants

Prof. Daniel Buser discusses the success of Minor Bone Augmentation procedures with the combination of Geistlich Bio-Oss® and Geistlich Bio-Gide®. A 5-year follow-up exhibits an optimal esthetic outcome and stable tissue height. Learn more with this interactive case summary.

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Our proven results within Guided Bone Regeneration with Geistlich Biomaterials is largely due to their unique and unsurpassed biofunctionality.

The Unique Biofunctionality of Geistlich Biomaterials supports unsurpassed results in Guided Bone Regeneration. We invite you to learn about our products biological structures and their success in GBR.

Upcoming Educational Events

Setting the Stage for Optimal Ridge Preservation: Logical Management of Post-Extraction Ridge Resorption

November 6, 2015
Speaker: Dr. Alan Pollack
Location: Princeton, NJ


Ridge Preservation: Surgical Management of Intact & Non-Intact Extraction Sockets

November 11, 2015
Speaker: Dr. Rachel Schallhorn
Location: Online through CDE World



Setting the Stage for Optimal Ridge Preservation: Logical Management of Post-Extraction Ridge Resorption

November 20, 2015
Speaker: Dr. Daniel Gober
Location: Long Island, NY


Guided Bone Regeneration from Socket Management to Horizontal Augmentation

December 12, 2015
Speaker: Dr. Alan Meltzer
Location: Baltimore, MD

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