Dentists who have treated patients with the Straumann® Standard Plus Short Implant Ø 4.8, Regular or Wide Neck, can send us now their X-ray with 1-year+ follow-up case report. The first 30 entries receive 5 Straumann implants for free. If you are interested in participating, read carefully the requirements and conditions below.
THE THREE STEPS TO YOUR FREE IMPLANTS
First of all, read the guidelines (see below) carefully. Then: 1. Download the submission form (on the right). 2. Enter all the required information. Please fill in the whole form and sign it. If you submit more than one case report: one complete form for each case! 3. Send it per e-mail, together with your pictures, to firstname.lastname@example.org.* After your submission has been registered at Straumann Headquarters in Basel, Switzerland, it will be evaluated for accuracy by the committee in charge. If the submission is correct and complete and you are within the first 30 entries, you will receive a notification and the free implants you have selected (see submission form).
* Electronic transmission is strongly recommended. However, if post is preferred, send it alternatively to: Institut Straumann AG, c/o SPS Susanne Wesch, Peter-Merian-Weg 12, 4052 Basel, Switzerland
Sample X-rays with courtesy of Charlotte Jensen-Louwerse DDS, University Medical Center Groningen, Netherlands
SUBMISSION GUIDELINES FOR STRAUMANN STANDARD PLUS 4MM SHORT IMPLANT CASE REPORTS
1. CLINICAL CASE REPORT INFORMATION
1.1 Submitter will provide Straumann with clinical case report(s) (“Clinical Case Report”), in which Straumann® Standard Plus Implant Ø4.8mm RN SLActive® 4mm TiZr, (part no 033.044S) or Standard Plus Implant Ø4.8mm WN SLActive® 4mm TiZr (part no 033.045S) have been used (“Clinical Case”). Only Clinical Case Reports submitted with the form provided will be considered.
1.2 The Clinical Case Report shall include a short implant placed (4mm, Ø4.8mm) in one of the following indications:
– Splinted units (one implant per unit, minimum of one 4mm with Ø4.8mm).
– Pontic cases in combination with at least one longer implant.
– Fully edentulous cases with at least two 4 mm Short Implants in combination with 2 longer implants
– At least 1 year of follow-up after loading
– X-rays available (after implant placement and after 1 year)
– Bone level measurements (if available)
1.3 Submitter will assure, that all Clinical Case Reports are anonymised and that all treated patients either explicitly consent to a publication and/or transmission of the Clinical Case Report or must never be identifiable. Submitter is responsible to obtain ethical approval for conducting the Clinical Cases, if necessary. Upon written request by Straumann Submitter shall provide Straumann with a copy of the patient consent template and ethical approval.
1.4 Submitter will ensure that all Clinical Case Reports are made in compliance with the applicable laws and regulations and are not based on a protocol.
2. AFFIRMATION OF ORIGINALITY AND COPYRIGHT TRANSFER STATEMENT
2.1 Submitter assures that the Clinical Case Report and the data therein is created by himself/herself, that he/she has exclusive rights on and is the exclusive owner of such Clinical Case Report, that the pictorial material has not been technically altered prior to the submission to Straumann and that all information given in connection with the Clinical Case is true and valid.
2.2 Submitter herewith grants Straumann and the Straumann Affiliates the exclusive right to use, transmit, distribute and publish (by any media, print or online) the content of the Clinical Case Report worldwide and unrestricted at no additional cost for publication, training, educational, product registration, promotional and other purposes.
2.3 Straumann is not obliged to publish the Clinical Case Report.
3. GENERAL PROVISIONS
3.1 These submission guidelines for Straumann Standard Plus 4mm short implant case reports and all disputes including those concerning any statute of limitations, set-off claims, tort claims and interest claims, shall be governed by the laws of Switzerland excluding its conflict of laws rules.
3.2 All disputes arising out of or in connection with the Clinical Case Report submitted shall be exclusively resolved by the ordinary courts of Basel-Stadt.