The Implant Revolution is here – are you ready?

By BioHorizons Camlog

19th February 2021

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A new vision for a new era has arrived – are you ready to join The Implant Revolution?

We’re only two years away from the global dental implant market expecting to reach an estimated value of $13 billion[i], largely driven by a growing geriatric population, age-related diseases, and rise in tooth decay. And still the future of implant dentistry continues to excite and evolve whilst offering the reassurance of predictability to today’s implant clinicians.

Revolutionary progress requires an innovative support system, and the implant manufacturers and providers of today need to stand apart from the rest when it comes to supporting implant clinicians and their teams in taking control of their careers and encouraging their development in meeting the implant trends of our future.

A new vision for a new era has arrived

The Implant Revolution, a new solutions-focused concept driven by BioHorizons Camlog, has been specifically developed to address this and empower a new generation of dental professionals to break through the challenges of implant dentistry, rise above the rest, seize control of their implant business and essentially serve more patients.

By focusing on three key areas of growth, immediacy, full-arch and biologics, The Implant Revolution ensures today’s clinicians can:

  • Be clinically adept through a comprehensive education programme;
  • Have confidence in their globally used, evidence-based solutions and innovation; and
  • Feel supported to grow and develop their business and future career.

In the age of immediacy – seize control

However you phrase it, your patients want same day dentistry. Increased demand for quicker treatment time and less invasive treatment all leads towards immediate load protocols becoming more viable.

According to the European Association of Osseointegration (EAO), the Delphi Study – Horizon 2030, which is aimed at identifying possible future trends in European implantology, 65% of those surveyed believed immediate loading protocols will be performed more frequently in the next decade[ii].

Patient care is evolving, and emerging techniques are trending towards restoring immediate function and aesthetics to our patients’ missing teeth in days, not months. Where suitable, the immediate load concept eliminates the need for second stage surgery, shortening treatment time and reducing time spent with a gap in the dentition, therefore resulting in increased patient satisfaction. From the clinician’s perspective, this one-stage technique simplifies the surgical workflow and reduces chair time, meaning you can start to see more patients.

Join the ranks of the elite in full-arch rehabilitation

The UK population is steadily getting older. By 2066, it’s expected that those aged 65+ will make up over a quarter of the UK population[iii]. That’s approximately 20.4 million people who will be living longer and experiencing a greater quality of life than the generation before them.

As our aging population evolves, so too will their expectations. For our edentulous patients, conventional dentures soon won’t be enough to satisfy their active lifestyles and aesthetic needs. Patients are now well-informed and commercially aware of the ‘all-on’ approach. Generally using 4 to 6 implants, this treatment provides a solution for patients requiring the removal and/or replacement of a full-arch of teeth, with a fixed full-arch prosthesis on the day of surgery.

Combine this with the increasing demand for immediate functionality, shortened treatment times, natural-looking aesthetics, and treatment predictability, and suddenly, leveraging a diverse range of full-arch treatment solutions sounds like an astute career investment. By meeting the rising challenges of edentulous patients with full-arch treatment you can help make dental implants a viable choice for more of your patients.

Push past the limits of bone and tissue regeneration

Though the survival rate of dental implants remains high, compromised bone conditions promote implant failure and can jeopardise the high success rates. This, too, is largely in relation to the ageing population. As clinicians, you’ll have a broad understanding of your patient’s individual restoration requirements, but you may feel restricted by the technology and materials available to you and your patients who exhibit low bone density and tissue quality.

According to the EAO, Delphi Study – Horizon 2030, 81% of those surveyed believed that future regenerative technologies will be based on biomaterials with biologics[iv]. Expanding your treatment repertoire and growing your implant patient base with a comprehensive portfolio of biologics, including bone graft substitutes in the form of allografts and xenografts, as well as next generation soft tissue augmentation materials, will enable you to advance your patients’ clinical outcome.

Realise your potential and make implants your business

Immediate protocols, full-arch treatment and next generation biologics are the future of implant dentistry. If you’re looking to get started with implants or expand your existing implant and regenerative portfolio, The Implant Revolution by BioHorizons Camlog has the support system and solutions to help you.

Driven by a community of passionate clinicians, united by a desire to push past the limits of implant dentistry, fight for clinical success and realise their unbounded career potential – the implant revolution is ready to be led by you.

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[i] ALGHAMDI, H. and JANSEN, J., 2021. The development and future of dental implants. [online] Available at: <> [Accessed 18 February 2021].

[ii] sanz, m., Noguerol, B., Sanz‐Sanchez, I., Hämmerle, C., Schliephake, H., Renouard, F. and Sicilia, A., 2019. Delphi Study – Horizon 2030 Identifying and predicting future trends in implant dentistry in Europe. [online] Available at: <!*menu=6*browseby=8*sortby=6*media=1*ce_id=1420*ces_id=17097> [Accessed 18 February 2021].

[iii] 2018. Living longer – Office for National Statistics. [online] Available at: <> [Accessed 18 February 2021].

[iv] sanz, m., Noguerol, B., Sanz‐Sanchez, I., Hämmerle, C., Schliephake, H., Renouard, F. and Sicilia, A., 2019. Delphi Study – Horizon 2030 Identifying and predicting future trends in implant dentistry in Europe. [online] Available at: <!*menu=6*browseby=8*sortby=6*media=1*ce_id=1420*ces_id=17097> [Accessed 18 February 2021].

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