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.
This retrospective study was undertaken to determine survival rates and aesthetic outcomes of immediate placement of multiple implants at anterior maxilla sites.
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.
Aim: Esthetic assessment of immediately restored implants combined with GBR and free connective tissue (CT) graft.
Clinical Results and Biological Perspectives.

The aim was to evaluate the feasibility of bone formation following graftless sinus lifting with the simultaneous placement of dental implants.
A 3D Digital Image Correlation Analysis.

Objective: To evaluate the effect of intentional abutment disconnection and re-connection in the stability of internal locking hex implants and corresponding abutments using the method of 3D digital image correlation.
A Randomized, Controlled, Split-Mouth, Prospective Clinical Trial.

The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of two different designs, tapered vs cylindrical, on the primary stability of implants placed with an immediate loading protocol in edentulous mandibles to support fixed prostheses within occlusal contacts during the first 48 h.
The implants MIS C1 and MIS SEVEN, provided by MIS Implants for this analysis, showed a high precision of the outer geometry.
A Case Study.

This paper reports the results of a prospective case study on a new surgical technique, known as Root-T-Belt and aimed at preserving peri-implant bone crest in humans.
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