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Re: [Implantology] Branemark's Early Research 5/8/2012 12:55:26 A.M. Pacific Daylight Time Nizplant@aol.com implantology@lists.dental-implant-forum.com implantology@lists.dental-implant-forum.com

I presented at that 1988 Paris World conference in the section on implant surfaces. Albrektsson was the moderator and I complimented him on the colorized SEM of an Osseoblast from an upper jaw fixture, that has become their symbol of osseointegration from a 1983 article by Branemark and Alkrektsson. I then showed a 1982 article by the same others that showed the same SEM but now it was really a fibroblast from skin around the ear. I asked the moderator, in front of about 200 people, to please explain how the fibroblast migrated from the ear to the upper jaw in one year. His answer was "you know my literature better than I do." That exposee has not stopped Branemark from showing the colorized version on the cover of his 2007 book entitled "The Osseointegration Book." A better name with that cover would be The Fibrointegration Book. Attached is a page from a 2007 publication I circulated to deal with some other Nobel lies. Here is a link to the entire document. It contains a link to the US Court of Appeals ruling that Nobel and Branemark had committed Patent Fraud. http://www.nxtbook.com/kawin/ImplantDirect/nobel_biocare/index.php In a message dated 5/6/2012 12:19:57 P.M. Pacific Daylight Time, fastutz@active.ch writes: So what? Did it stop the success of cylindrical implants? It's a historic note and another mythe of Branemark.... Felix No, Dr. Stutz, I have no ambition to rewrite history. I just help to remember some forgotten parts of it. Dr. Mena, Dr. Martin, List Members, what follows is the translation of my overnight correspondence with Dr. Silvano Tramonte. At the end of this email I have copied the relevant Italian original text. Please remember that Dr. Stefano Tramonte was the name of the late father of Dr. Silvano Tramonte. In my translation I have specified the name to make the text clearer. Cristina Enrietti-Zoppo Liaison with English Speaking Countries Tramonte Science Society cris@cez.com http://www.tramonte.com Translation from the Italian language "In the early '80 Stefano went to a Paris international convention, as a speaker. Branemark was the guest of honour. Dr. Stefano had announced a report on a routine subject, but secretely had prepared another talk, and when finally his turn arrived, and he started to speak, the audience froze. Instead of delivering the talk everyone expected, announced when he had registered for the conference, he gave one on Branemark's frauds. He had patiently collected and rephotographed the control x-rays of some cases published by Branemark. He had been made suspicious by the extraordinary similarity of those plates, so he had re-photographed them, superposed the negatives, and found that they were matching perfectly. This is absolutely impossible with two pictures or x-rays taken at different times, but obviously inevitable if the pictures or x-rays are the same but presented as subsequent followup checks. So Stefano decided to unmask Branemark publicly, with this trick. When he started his report, the audience froze. Branemark left the hall as soon as he understood what was happening. Somebody tried to stop Stefano, but he was not the type to be stopped. The sound system was turned off, but he started to shout. The simultaneous interpretation was stopped, he started to speak in all the languages he knew: French, English, Spanish... It was worse that an atom bomb, and he concluded his conference with great success, applause and ovations. The organizers were furious, Branemark had run away, but people were stopping Stefano, shaking his hand and asking for details. Swedish implantology was wealthy and sponsored by Nobel, but was still a Cinderella among world implantologists. As for Nobel's initial honesty, I submit to you an uncontrovertible argument:

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When Branemark's implant publications started, they had a very scientific tone, as they came from a university environment. Would you believe they made extensive bibliographic research? Obviously not. So how come that my father's publication presenting the use of Titanium, published in PubMed, did not appear in the bibliography? Precisely that? On a fact that is so important, that became legendary in the Branemark mithology? And how come Branemark claimed to have placed his first fixture in 1965, but there is no documentation to be found about it, apart from his claim? And how come the publication of such overwermingly important event took place only 12 years later? And how come it is impossible to know the date of his university degree? Or exactly what his degree is about? Pasqualini and I have involved some of our contacts directly in Sweden, but it is impossible to find news at the university. Isn't it strange? If you have a passion for mistery, you can have fun here. A hug. Silvano" End of my translation ======================================== Are you going to rewrite history? Felix > Didn't Branemark falsify his early research, as exposed by > Stefano Tramonte? > > Cristina Enrietti-Zoppo > Liaison with English Speaking Countries > Tramonte Science Society > cris@cez.com > http://www.tramonte.com > > ====================================== > Cristina, > > It would be interesting to find out which of the > early pioneers of implants noted the fraud first. > > But the errors were glaring to most knowledgeable > men of the time. Dan Patrick pointed out the glaring > FUBARS in the original Quintessance Text. And > the original papers published in 1983 and 4. to me > at an AAID meeting. > > Most knowledgable implant dentists knew that > the swedes altered the data to enhance the results. > > Bob James published in a major Journal that > Nobel and Branemark altered the data to enhance > the results and was never sued by either. > > The swedes did not report the failures in the first year > of implantation. > > The implant marketed was only in use for little over a > year when it was brought to market. Sadly they insisted > on marketing to the most ignorant group of dentists who > bought that fraudulent research hook line and sinker. > They would only sell their expensive junque to those > who had not one whit of implant experience and they > created the AO which promoted their and only their > implant system. > > For those who know no better, Jerry cloned that implant > and was a hero for the ignorant. > > Somehow I was able to place implants continuously > and did not use either Branemark or Niznick implants. > > And I did not use IMZ either. Tramonbte was able to > place and use implants also during all that time and > before. > > The biggest Joke of all was on the ADA which bought

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> fraudulent research. > > > Douglas Martin DDS > FAAID, FICOI, FAIT, DABOI/ID > > 1310 E. Swain Rd. S-2 > Stockton, CA 95210 > Tel: 209-951-4251 > Fax: 209-951-4822 > Cell: 209-639-3684 > http:www.martinimplants.com > > > > On May 5, 2012, at 12:18 PM, Cristina Enrietti-Zoppo wrote: > > > Didn't Branemark falsify his early research, as exposed by > > Stefano Tramonte? > > > Cristina Enrietti-Zoppo > Liaison with English Speaking Countries > Tramonte Science Society > cris@cez.com > http://www.tramonte.com ====================================== Ti pare. Daniela si riferisce ad un episodio occorso agli inizi degli anni 80, congresso internazionale di Parigi, in cui mio padre si presentò come relatore. Branemark era ospite d'onore. Papà portava una relazione su un argomento consueto, ma segretamente ne aveva preparata un'altra e quando finalmente toccò a lui, e cominciò a parlare. la sala si gelò. INvece della relazione che tutti si aspettavano e con cui si era iscritto al congresso, papà dette una conferenza sugli imbrogli di Branemark. Aveva raccolto pazientemente e rifotografato le lastre dei controlli di alcuni casi che Branemark aveva pubblicato, insospettito dalla strordinaria simiglianze delle lastre e, rifotografate e sovrapposti i negativi, aveva scoperto che combaciavano perfettamente. Il che è assolutamente impossibile avvenga con due radiografie o fotografie differenti, ma, ovviamente, inevitabile se le foto o le radiografie sono sempre le stesse e spacciate per controlli successivi. Così papà decise di smascherare pubblicamente Branemark ricorrendo a questo trucco. Quando iniziò la relazione la sala gelò, Branemark si allontanò subito appena capì cosa stava succedendo e abbandonò la sala. CErcarono d fermarlo ma mio padre non era tipo da farsi fermare. Spensero l'audio e lui iniziò a gridare. Tagliarono la traduzione simultanea e lui si tradusse da solo in tutte le lingue che conosceva: francese, inglese, spagnolo... Fu peggio di una bomba atomica e concluse a sua conferenza con un grande successo di pubblico, applausi e ovazioni. Gli organizzatori erano furenti, Branemark scappato, ma la gente fermava mio padre, gli stringeva la mano e chiedeva dettagli. L'implantologia svedese era ricca e sponsorizzata dalla nobel ma era ancora una cenerentola tra gli implantologi di tutto il mondo. Quanto all'onestà iniziale della Nobel ti sottopongo un argomento indiscutibile: Quando iniziarono le pubblicazioni sugli impianti di Branemark, iniziarono già molto scientificamente ovviamente, nascendo il tutto in stretto ambiente universitario. E. dunque credibile che non abbiano fatto esaurienti ricerche bibliografiche? No ovviamente. Ma allora come mai non compare in bibliografia il lavoro di mio padre in cui presentava l'utilizzo del titanio, presente in PubMed? Proprio quello? Su di un fatto così importante e diventato "leggendario" e appartenente alla mitologia branemarkiana? E come mai Branemark afferma di aver inserito a sua prima fixture nel 1965 ma non se ne trova documentazione, a parte la sua affermazione. E come mai ritardò la pubblicazione di un tale sconvolgente avvenimento solo ben 12 anni dopo? E come mai non si riesce a conoscere la data della sua laurea? Ne esattamente in cosa si laureò? Io e Pasqualini abbiamo mosso alcuni contatti direttamente in Svezia ma all'università non c'è stato modo di rovare notizie. Non è strano? Se ti appassionano i misteri qui ce n'è da divertirsi... Un abbraccio

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Silvano

> Scusa la brevità di prima. > > Essenzialmente, si parla delle relazioni di ricerca nella storia > della Nobel, in cui Felix Stutz ritiene di potere avere fiducia per > quanto riguarda i primi tempi, quindi ho pensato di tradurre per la > Lista l'osservazione di Daniela, qui sotto. Ora vorrebbero i > particolari. > > =================================== > >> Volentieri Cris, ma di chi è questa affermazione? >> Silvano >> >> >> >> > Carissimi, >> > >> > la Lista chiede dettagli di quanto affermato qui sotto. >> > >> > Grazie. >> > >> > =============================== >> > >> >> e poi non dopo che Tramonte Stefano ha dimostrato il falso caso >> di >> >> Branemark >> >> sui suoi primi 5 anni.............

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