Straumann® Tissue Level Implant with Adam Rosenberg
“Implants are a large part of my daily practice,” says Melbourne Periodontist, Dr Adam Rosenberg. After completing his Bachelor of Dental Surgery in his native South Africa, Dr Rosenberg spent three years in the United States studying towards a Masters Degree in Periodontology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. It was here that he first encountered the Straumann Dental Implant System.
Dr Rosenberg is driven by biology – and it’s the biology behind the Tissue Level Implant that keeps him coming back to Straumann. “The design of the Tissue Level implant respects the concept of the biological width where it is recommended that there should be at least 2-3mm between the restorative interface and the crest of bone,” says Dr Rosenberg. “If the biological width is violated, then over time we would expect to see bone loss around an implant as the body starts to reconstruct the biological width itself.”