As I do every year, in late October I attended the BTI (Biotechnology Institute) meeting, where we were taken through the latest innovations of this company dedicated to research in biotechnology and implants.

I was interested in the use of long, narrow implants without bone regeneration in certain precise situations, mirroring the case in several of the implants with narrow bone which I had previously carried out.

Some of the cases of single implants in compromised situations and complete rehabilitations with implants were remarkable.