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“By combining cutting-edge technologies and biology, BTK’s mission is to offer affordable and personalized implant-borne solutions thereby sustainably improving the daily life of dental patients. Together with leading professionals, BTK strives to become a reference in replacing missing teeth with trusted implant solutions in order to improve oral health around the globe.”
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BTK – the smile system invests on training for thou- sands of professional dentists from all around the world, offering them qualified scientific sessions in which they can learn about the most updated researches in Implantology.
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The following are the publications in peer-reviewed scientific journals where BTK medical devices were used.
Retrospective clinical study; 1 year F-UP; Iuxta-3D succes rate2020
3D Printing in Medicine (2020) 6:1
Mangano C, Bianchi A, Mangano F.G., Dana J. Colombo M., Solop I., Admakin O.
Background: One of the most recent innovations in bone augmentation surgery is represented by computer- aided-design/computer-aided-manufacturing (CAD/CAM) customized titanium meshes, which can be used to restore vertical bone defects before implant-prosthetic rehabilitations. The aim of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness/reliability of this technique in a consecutive series of cases.
Methods: Ten patients in need of bone augmentation before implant therapy were treated using CAD/CAM customized titanium meshes. A digital workflow was adopted to design virtual meshes on 3D bone models. Then, Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) technology was used to produce the titanium meshes, and vertical ridge augmentation was performed according to an established surgical protocol. Surgical complications, healing complications, vertical bone gain (VBG), planned bone volume (PBV), lacking bone volume (LBV), regenerated bone volume (RBV), average regeneration rate (RR) and implant success rate were evaluated.
Results: All augmented sites were successfully restored with definitive implant-supported fixed partial dentures. Measurements showed an average VBG of 4.5 ± 1.8 mm at surgical re-entry. Surgical and healing complications
3 occurred in 30% and 10% of cases, respectively. Mean values of PBV, LBV, and RBV were 984, 92, and 892 mm ,
respectively. The average RR achieved was 89%. All 26 implants were successfully in function after 1 year of follow- up.
Conclusions: The results of this study suggest that the bone augmentation by means of DMLS custom-made titanium meshes can be considered a reliable and effective technique in restoring vertical bone defects.
Keywords: Alveolar ridge augmentation, Computer-aided-design/computer-aided-manufacturing, Custom-made, Titanium meshes, Dental implants
BCM Oral Health
Alessandro Cucchi , Alessandro Bianchi , Paolo Calamai , Lisa Rinaldi , Francesco Mangano , Elisabetta Vignudelli1 and Giuseppe Corinaldesi1
GBR succes rate; GBR bone quality; implant success rate.2019
Clin Implant Dent Relat Res.2019;21:693–701
Cucchi A.; Sartori M.; Parrilli A..; Vignudelli E.; Corinaldesi G.
Retrospective clinical study; 1 year F-UP; implant succes rate; Intraoral scanning efficency; CAD-CAM structures efficency2018
Scanning Volume 2019, Article ID 4274715, 14 pages
Francesco Mangano ,Carlo Mangano, Bidzina Margiani, and Oleg Admakin
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