matrix® LINE STUDIES

3D Printing

Evaluating the mechanical stability of 3D printed crowns on matrix® implants 

UNIVERSITY OF ZURICH

Mechanical stability of fully personalized, abutment-free zirconia implant crowns on a novel implant-crown interface

UNIVERSITY OF MUNICH

A new implant system with directly screwed supraconstructions: Impact of restoration material and artificial aging on bending moment of single-unit FDPs on implants.

Post-Market Clinical Follow-up Study (PMCF)

PMCF Survey on the performance and usability of 2334 matrix® implants after 15 months

TRI® STABILITY TESTING

Summary of Stability Testing performe by TRI® on the matrix® Implant System.

TRI® FAQ Precision

How can the perfect fit and precision of the matrix® connection be milled in my local dental lab?

Matrix wear

Evaluation of the wear between matrix® titanium implants and directly screw-retained zirconia crowns. 

PERFORMANCE® LINE STUDIES

POST-MARKET CLINICAL FOLLOW-UP STUDY

TRI® is performing an official post market clinical follow-up (PMCF) study in alignment with it’s notified body. The study aims to conduct an analysis of critical implant performance criteria of TRI® implants by multiple centres around the globe over several years.  


PRIMARY STABILITY Assessment of various dental implant systems

A high primary stability of dental implants is a key success factor especially with modern treatment concepts such as early or immediate loading. An ongoing in vitro study* evaluates the primary stability of different implants**.

ACHIEVE EXCELLENT RESULTS WITH THE TRI® SBA SURFACE

The BDIZ EDI Implant-Study 2014/2015 compares surfaces of 97 dental implant manufacturers. The TRI® SBA medium-rough surface has received the BDIZ EDI certificate that proofs high precision of the implant thread and cleanliness of the implant surface. The TRI® SBA surface is a medium-rough surface. 

Discoloration of the mucosa

The discolaration of the mucosa can be reduced by 46% with TRI® Pink anodized titanium compared to raw titanium. The effect is comparable to zirconium*.