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Eduardo Anitua

Doctor en Medicina y Cirugía. Especialista en Estomatología

Director del Instituto Eduardo Anitua, Instituto de investigación básica y aplicada y Centro clínico y de formación en Implantología oral y Terapia regenerativa. Director científico de BTI (Biotechnology Institute).

Licenciado en Medicina y Cirugía por la Universidad de Salamanca en el año 1979; Doctor en Medicina y Cirugía.

Especialista en Estomatología por la Universidad del País Vasco, continuando sus estudios en estancias en los Estados Unidos (Filadelfia, Nueva York, Miami, San Francisco, Chicago) y en Europa (Italia, Alemania, Francia, y por supuesto, España).

Ha impartido conferencias en diversas Universidades Españolas e Internacionales, Post-grado de implantes de las universidades de Sevilla, Murcia, Barcelona y Madrid.

Ha dictado más de 500 cursos y conferencias en congresos (en Europa, E.E.U.U., Sudamérica, Asia) sobre Implantes, Prótesis, Estética Dental y Regeneración tisular.

Director del programa de “Formación Continuada en Implantología y Rehabilitación Oral” que se imparte en España, México,Portugal, Italia y Alemania desde hace 22 años.

Profesor invitado de la facultad de odontología de la Universidad de: Guatemala, Intercontinental de México, Javeriana de Colombia, República de Argentina, Uruguay, Portugal (Facultad de Oporto y Lisboa), Pensilvania, Harvard, Boston y Tufts.

Director de Dental Dialogue.

 

Cursos que imparte

Artículos publicados

  • Autor:
  • Eduardo Anitua
  • Naiara Larrazabal Saez de Ibarra
  • Iñigo Morales Martín
  • Luis Saracho Rotaeche

The application of the counter-torque technique has been proposed as a conservative and atraumatic alternative for the explantation of nonmobile dental implants. The objective of this report is to assess the performance of this technique in a large number of patients.

The application of the counter-torque technique has been proposed as a conservative and atraumatic alternative for the explantation of nonmobile dental implants. The objective of this report is to assess the performance of this technique in a large number of patients.

Narrow dental implants are commonly used to restore narrow alveolar ridges. Although the good performance of narrow dental implants supporting multiple prostheses has been repeatedly demonstrated, there are few studies analyzing their performance in a long-term follow-up together with the influence of the loading protocol. Thus, the objective was to assess the influence of implant loading protocol (immediate vs delayed) on the long-term outcomes of 3.0-mm-diameter dental implants supporting fixed multiple prostheses.

The increasing prevalence of tissue injuries is fueling the development of autologous biological treatments for regenerative medicine. Here, we investigated the potential of three different bioinks based on the combination of gelatin and alginate (GA), enriched in either hydroxyapatite (GAHA) or hydroxyapatite and PRGF (GAHAP), as a favorable microenvironment for human dental pulp stem cells (DPSCs)

Narrow dental implants are commonly used to restore narrow alveolar ridges. Although the good performance of narrow dental implants supporting multiple prostheses has been repeatedly demonstrated, there are few studies analyzing their performance in a long-term follow-up together with the influence of the loading protocol. Thus, the objective was to assess the influence of implant loading protocol (immediate vs delayed) on the long-term outcomes of 3.0-mm-diameter dental implants supporting fixed multiple prostheses.

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Eduardo Anitua
Tratamiento de la atrofia vertical en mandíbula
Eduardo Anitua
Fresado biológico y guías quirúrgicas