Osseo-disintegration of endosseous implants with biophysical methods (ODIN)Copyright: ODIN
Implants can irreversibly grow in human bone (osseointegration). For removal implants must be milled out, which causes significant bone defects. The aim of this joint research project is a atraumatic, intentional osseo-disintegration. For this purpose, a controlled, thermal impulse is applied as homogeneously as possible to the implant-bone interface in order to reverse the osseointegration. As a heat source, different methods should be tested to ensure optimal process control.
- Dr.-Ing. Faruk Al-Sibai,
- Dr.-Ing. Johannes Jörg
- Dipl.-Ing. Yona Frekers
18/09 - 21/02
The IGF project 20302 N of the Research Association “Feinmechanik, Optik und Medizintechnik e. V. (F.O.M.)” is funded by BMWi as part of the AiF's program for the promotion of industrial community research (IGF).
PD Dr. med. Dr. med. dent Ali Modabber, Dr. med. dent. Kristian Kniha, Klinik und Poliklinik für Mund,- Kiefer, und Gesichtschirurgie, Universitätsklinikum der RWTH Aachen