Science

Research

As a leading player in the global field of Implantology, Alpha-Bio Tec is constantly seeking to innovate and develop new products. We see research as one of the building blocks for establishing our products within the clinical community and thus support research activities from basic, pre clinical works to randomized controlled multi centre global clinical trials. Alpha-Bio Tec collaborates with world renowned Universities, Clinics and Investigators who are constantly involved in rigorous clinical research activities that aim to provide evidence based practice to clinicians and patients.

The clinical research activities are conducted according to global international standards as ICH-GCP.  Alpha-Bio Tec is compliant with the ICMJE (International Committee of Medical Journal Editors) requirements for registration of clinical studies and publishes information regarding it on the NIH's site ClinicalTrials.gov .

Specifically, Alpha-Bio Tec’s research portfolio is consisted of Sponsored and Investigator Initiated Clinical Studies, Case Reports and Case Series involving implants, prosthetics and biomaterials.

Completed Studies

Study # Author Description
1 Fienitz T, Moses O, Klemm C, Happe A, Ferrari D, Kreppel M, Ormianer Z, Gal M, Rothamel D.
Description

Histological and radiological evaluation of sintered and non-sintered deproteinized bovine bone substitute materials in sinus augmentation procedures. A prospective, randomized-controlled, clinical multicenter study.

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2 Kohen J, Matalon S, Block J, Ormianer Z.
Description

Effect of implant insertion and loading protocol on long-term stability and crestal bone loss: A comparative study.

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3 Cohen O, Ormianer Z, Tal H, Rothamel D, Weinreb M, Moses O.
Description

Differences in crestal bone-to-implant contact following an under-drilling compared to an over-drilling protocol. A study in the rabbit tibia

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4 Dr. Dirk U. Duddeck
Description

SEM surface analyses of  120 sterile-packed implants

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5 Dr. Dirk U. Duddeck
Description

Quantitative and qualitative element-analysis of  SPI implant-surfaces by SEM and EDX

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6 Frank Peter Strietzel, PD Dr Med, Benny Karmon, DMD, Adi Lorean, DMD, Peter 
Description

Implant -Prosthetic Rehabilitation of the Edentulous Maxilla and Mandible with Immediately Loaded Implants

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7 Zvi Artzi, DMD, Jerry Kohen, DMD, Guy Carmeli, DMD, Benny Karmon, DMD, Ariel Lor
Description

The Efficacy of Full-Arch Immediately Restored Implant-Supported Reconstructions in Extraction and Healed Sites: A 36-Month Retrospective Evaluation

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8 Ormianer Z, Matalon S, Block J, Kohen J.
Description

Dental Implant Thread Design and the Consequences on Long-Term Marginal Bone Loss.

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Ongoing Studies

Study # Author Description
1 Alpha-Bio Tec.
Description

Sinus Floor Elevation Using Separately Two Different Xenografts - A Prospective Randomized Clinical Trial

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2 Alpha-Bio Tec.
Description

A Multi-center Study to Evaluate Bone Loss, Survival Rate and Stability of SPI Implant (SPI)

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3 Alpha-Bio Tec.
Description

A Multi-center Study to Evaluate Bone Loss, Survival Rate and Stability of ICE Implant (ICE)

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4 Alpha-Bio Tec.
Description

Central Incisors Narrow Implants in Alternative to Bone Augmentation with 4.2 mm Implants.

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