Proven Clinical Success
- The Osseotite Surface has more than 10 years of documentation from numerous global multi-center clinical studies1-6 and meta-analyses.7-8
- Clinical studies on the Osseotite Surface continue to document the benefits of increased contact osteogenesis, especially in poor-quality bone.6
- The Osseotite Implant features an acid-etched surface designed to facilitate osseointegration.
A Five-Year Study
Full Osseotite Implants And Peri-Implantitis
- A five-year prospective, multicenter, randomized-controlled study of the incidence of peri-implantitis for hybrid-DAE and fully-DAE implants.10
- Considerations for potential benefits of extending the DAE surface to the seating surface led to this prospective randomized-controlled study designed to assess the risk and incidence of peri-implantitis for fully-DAE-surfaced implants (Full Osseotite/FOSS).
Features & Benefits
Comprehensive Clinical Research
- One of the Most Well-Researched Dental Implant Surfaces on the Market Today
- Numerous Studies Report 98% Cumulative Success Rates6
The Osseotite Surface
- Demonstrates High Contact of Implant with New Bone
- Human Histology with Demonstrated High Bone-To-Implant Contact9
Osseotite Implant Documented Success
Osseotite Implant Documented Success
Bacterial adhesion implant collar surfaces poster
Osseotite 2 Clinical Evaluation White Paper
Pressure Necins Torq White Paper
Osseotite Tapered Ex Hex Implant Drilling & Placement Protocol
- Sullivan DY, Sherwood RL, Porter SS. Long-Term Performance of Osseotite Implants: A Six-Year Clinical Follow-up. Compendium Contin Edu Dent. 2001 Apr;22(4):326-334.
- 2. Davarpanah M, Martinez H, Etienne D, Zabalegui I, Mattout P, Chiche F†, Michel J. A prospective multi-center evaluation of 1,538 3i implants: 1 to 5-year data. Int J Oral Maxillofac Implants. 2002 Nov-Dec;17(6):820-828.
- 3. Feldman S, Boitel N, Weng D, Kohles SS, Stach RM†. Five-Year Survival Distributions of Short-Length (10mm or less) Machined-Surfaced and Osseotite Implants. Clin Implant Dent Relat Res. 2004;6(1):16-23.
- 4. Sullivan D, Vincenzi G, Feldman S. Early Loading of Osseotite Implants 2 Months After Placement in the Maxilla and Mandible: A 5-year Report. Int J Oral Maxillofac Implants 2005 Nov-Dec;20(6):905-912.
- 5. Stach RM†, Kohles SS. A Meta-Analysis Examining the Clinical Survivability of Machined-Surfaced and Osseotite Implants in Poor-Quality Bone. Implant Dent. 2003;12(1):87-96.
- 6. Testori T†, Wiseman L, Woolfe S, Porter SS†. A Prospective Multicenter Clinical Study of the Osseotite Implant: Four-Year Interim Report. Int J Oral Maxillofac Implants. 2001 Mar-Apr;16(2):193-200.
- 7. Gaucher H, Bentley K, Roy S, Head T, Blomfield J, Blondeau F, NicholsonL, Chehade A, Tardif N, Emery R†. A Multi-Centre Study of Osseotite Implants Supporting Mandibular Restorations: A 3-Year Report. J Can Dent Assoc (Tor). 2001 Oct;67(9):528-533.
- 8. Testori T†, Fabbro MD, Feldman S, Vincenzi G, Sullivan D, Rossi R, Anitua E, Bianchi F, Francetti L, Weinstein RL. A Multicenter Prospective Evaluation of 2-months Loaded Osseotite Implants Placed in the Posterior Jaws: 3-year Follow-up Results. Clin Oral Implants Res. 2002 Apr;13(2):154-161.
- 9. Lazarra RJ†, Testori T†, Trisi P, Porter SS†, Weinstein RL. A Human Histologic Analysis of Osseotite and Machined Surfaces Using Implants with Two Opposing Surfaces. Int J Periodontics Restorative Dent. 1999 Apr;19(2):117-129.
- 10. Zetterqvist L, Feldman S, Rotter B, Vincenzi G, Wennström JL, Chierico A†, Stach RM†, Kenealy JN†. A Prospective, Multicenter, Randomized-Controlled Five-Year Study of Hybrid and Fully-etched Implants for the Incidence of Peri-implantitis. J Periodontol. 2010 Apr;81(4):493-501.
- 11. Park JY, Davies JE†. Red Blood Cell and Platelet Interactions with Titanium Implant Surfaces. Clin Oral Implants Res. 2000 Dec;11(6):530-539.
- 12. Gemmell CH, Park JY. Initial Blood Interactions with Endosseous Implant Materials. International bone engineering workshop; Bone engineering; 1999; Toronto, Canada. Chapter 9 in Bone Engineering (ed. Davies JE†); Em Squared Inc. 2000 108-117pp.
- 13. Davies JE†. Mechanisms of Endosseous Integration. Int J Prosthodont. 1998 Sep-Oct;11(5):391-401.
† Clinicians have or had a financial relationship with Zimmer Biomet Dental resulting from speaking engagements, consulting engagements and other retained services.
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