Check our study results shown in the following article:
Completed preclinical trials in rabbits
S. Barak, M. Neuman, A. Piattelli, G. Iezzi, V. Perrotti, Y. Gabet (2016)
A new device for improving dental implants anchorage: a histological and microcomputed
tomography study in the rabbit
Published in Clinical Oral Implants Research 8:935-942
3D Micro CT
μCT analyses of control and Test group performed after 2 and 4 weeks after surgery. It was performed separately into two subregions, where the region from the healing abutment to half the length of the implant was defined as “coronary” region, and the distant half as the “apical” region.
Two weeks post surgery, In the control group, it was possible to observe the presence of newly formed bone in the coronal and apical portions; in the test group, 2 weeks post surgery, bone trabeculae were found directly on the implant surface in the coronal, middle and apical portions of the implant.
Proven Results – 3D micro CT analysis
Micro-CT morphometric analysis of the peri-implant trabecular bone in the coronary subregion. Data are Mean±SE for the Control (blue) and Active (green) groups. *, Active vs. Control, p<0.05; +, 2W vs. 4W,p.0.05.
48% increase in BIC (% bone-to-implant contact)
62% increase in trabecular bone volume density
44% increase in trabecular No.;32% decrease in trabecular spacing;
Unaffected trabecular thickness. Increase de novo bone formation.
“The application of EMRS (electromagnetic field) is quick and
easy and it suppresses the growth of anaerobic bacteria”
I. Zuzul, P. Zivko-Babic, D. Beader, P. Ivic-Kardum, E. Prahin. (2014) Microbial findings in patients with
implant supported protheses and electromagnetic field stimulation in the control of anaerobic
Clinical Oral Implants Research 25:214-215
time by 2/3
Offering the only treatment in
cases of peri-implantitis and
peri implant mucositis
implantation to candidates
with low bone quality