Studies
Scientific Whitepaper
4 year Results
TRI® Multi-Centre Post-Market Clinical Follow-up Study


TRI® is performing an official post market clinical follow-up (PMCF) study in alignment with it’s notied 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. The TRI® PMCF study (initiated 2014) is an ongoing study and expanded every year. Results are published at the end of every year. 

Primary stability assessment of various dental implant systems
THE SOPHISTICATED BIOMECHANICAL DESIGN OF TRI® IMPLANTS (TRI® BONEADAPT) IS DESIGNED TO ACHIEVE HIGH PRIMARY STABILITY.


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**. The implants were inserted into artificial bone using a torque gage to determine the maximum insertion torque. The table above shows the measured insertion torques from the tested implant systems***. 

ACHIEVE EXCELLENT RESULTS WITH THE TRI® SBA SURFACE
Medium-rough large-grit sandblasted and acid etched surfaces (such as the TRI® SBA) offer scientifically proven best results.


The recent 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.

TRI® Pink
DISCOLORATION OF THE MUCOSA CAUSED BY DIFFERENT RESTORATIVE MATERIALS – A SPECTOPHOTOMETRIC IN VITRO STUDY


The discoloration of the mucosa can be reduced by 46% with TRI Pink anodized titanium compared to raw titanium. The effect is comparable to zirconium. In this in vitro study, measurements are performed on pig jaws with a spectophotometric camera, comparing discoloration resulting from different materials.