The following case studies were entries for the clinical case competition, displayed as posters at the 4th MIS Global Conference 2018. Out of the 50 cases submitted for review, the scientific committee, which included Professor Nardy Caspi, Professor Moshe Goldstein and Dr. Yuval Jacoby, chose the finalists, out of which these 3 winners were ultimately chosen.
 
During the first day of the 3rd MIS Global Conference, more than 300 people attended the young clinicians' case competition session where 5 doctors were invited to present their cases.
Out of the 49 cases submitted for review, the scientific committee, which included Professor Stefen Koubi, Professor Nitzan Bichacho, Dr. Eric Van Dooren and Professor Moshe Goldstein, chose the finalists out of which these 3 winners were ultimately chosen.
 
MIS fully stands behind the quality and durability of its drills. In order to demonstrate that, we've done extensive corrosion and erosion testing on drills from various MIS implant systems including M4, SEVEN, C1 and V3.
 
By Dr. Juan Guillermo Guiloff, MCENTER Chile, January 2017.
 
A Multicenter Retrospective Study at 14 Months Follow-Up.

The aim of the present study was to examine the effect of platform switching and conical connection design, on marginal bone loss around newly designed dental implants.
 
A biomechanical study of the primary apical stability obtained in tapered implants through the reduction of final drilling dimensions in different bone density models.
 
During the first day of the 3rd MIS Global Conference, more than 300 people attended the young clinicians' case competition session where 5 doctors were invited to present their cases.
Out of the 49 cases submitted for review, the scientific committee, which included Professor Stefen Koubi, Professor Nitzan Bichacho, Dr. Eric Van Dooren and Professor Moshe Goldstein, chose the finalists out of which these 3 winners were ultimately chosen.
 
A Pilot Study in Dogs, Part II.

The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of topical application of vitamin D over implant surface, placed immediately to the extraction, throughout histological and histomorphometric analysis of periimplant tissue.
 
A Pilot Study in the Foxhound Dog.

The aim of this study was to evaluate the effects of topical applications of melatonin over implant surfaces placed immediately after extraction by means of histological and histomorphometric analysis of peri-implant tissues.
 
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