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IMMEDIATE LOADING IMPLANTS IN EDENTULOUS PATIENTS: A STUDY OF TWO TYPES OF IMPLANTS PDF Print E-mail

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Article_Title: IMMEDIATE LOADING IMPLANTS IN EDENTULOUS PATIENTS: A STUDY OF TWO TYPES OF IMPLANTS
Authors: STANA (GAG) OTILIA LAVINIA, LILE IOANA ELENA, STANA ADEMIR HORIA, CIOBAN CALIN GHEORGHE, HOSSZU TIBERIU, FREIMANN PAUL, DEME PAUL
Affiliation: “VasileGoldis” Western University of Arad, Faculty of Medicine, Pharmacy and Dentistry, Arad, Romania
Abstract: The need of patients for a better quality of life in terms of mastication and aesthetics which for them are in the first place, induced by everyday needs, made the branch of implantology to develop more and more types of implants, starting around the years 50s with the implants with late loading, at 6 months after implant insertion, to this days, when we have a great range of implants, techniques and technology. Our study compares two types of immediate implants with immediate loading placed in a single environment at one patient. Our study follows the evolution of 16 patients over a period of 1 and a half years. We have placed both types of implants to allpatients, these were required by the environment,depending to the height and the thickness of the bone. After 18 months the survival rate of the implants was 100%.
Keywords: dental implants, types of implants, bone loss around implants, immediate implants
References: 1. ChiapascoM.Earlyandimmediaterestorationandloading of implants in completelyedentulouspatients.Int J Oral MaxillofacImplants 2004;19(suppl):76–91.
2. Douglass CW,Shih A, OstryL.Willtherebe a need for complete dentures in the United States in 2020,J Prosthet Dene.2002;87:5-8
3. Gallucci GO, Morton D, Weber HP. Loading protocol sfor dental implants in edentulouspatients. Int J Oral MaxillofacImplants 2009;24(Suppl.):132-146. 14. Alsabeeha N, Atieh M, Payne AG. Loadingprotocols for mandibular implant overdentures: A systematicreviewwithmeta-analysis. Clin Implant Dent RelatRes 2010;12(Suppl. 1):e28-e38. )
4. Mangano C, De Rosa A, Desiderio V, et al. The osteoblasticdifferentiation of dental pulp stem cellsand bone formation on differenttitaniumsurfacetextures. Biomaterials 2010;31:3543-3551.
5. Mangano C, Piattelli A, d’Avila S, et al. Earlyhuman bone responseto laser metal sinteringsurfacetopography: A histologic report. J Oral Implantol 2010;36:91-96.)
6. Mangano C, Raspanti M, Traini T, et al. Stereo imagingandcytocompatibility of a model dental implant surfaceformedby direct laser fabrication. J BiomedMaterRes Part A 2008;88:823-831.
7. Matteo C., Claudi G., Implant-retained mandibular overdentureswithimmediateloading: A 3-to 8 years respective study in 328 implants. Clin Imp. Dent. Relat. Res. 2003; 5:29-38
8. Naert I, Alsaadi G, van Steenberghe D, Quirynen M. A 10-year randomizedclinical trial on theinfluence of splintedandunsplinted oral implantsretaining mandibular overdentures: Peri-implant outcome. Int J Oral MaxillofacImplants 2004;19:695-702.)
9. Shibli JA, Mangano C, d’Avila S, et al. Influence of direct laser fabrication implant topography on type IV bone: A histomorphometricstudy in humans. J BiomedMaterRes Part A 2010;93:607-614.
10. Trakas T, Michalakis K, Kang K, Hirayama H. Attachmentsystems for implant retainedoverdentures: A literaturereview. Implant Dent 2006;15:24-34.
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Article Title: IMMEDIATE LOADING IMPLANTS IN EDENTULOUS PATIENTS: A STUDY OF TWO TYPES OF IMPLANTS
Authors: STANA (GAG) OTILIA LAVINIA, LILE IOANA ELENA, STANA ADEMIR HORIA, CIOBAN CALIN GHEORGHE, HOSSZU TIBERIU, FREIMANN PAUL, DEME PAUL
Affiliation: “VasileGoldis” Western University of Arad, Faculty of Medicine, Pharmacy and Dentistry, Arad, Romania
Abstract: The need of patients for a better quality of life in terms of mastication and aesthetics which for them are in the first place, induced by everyday needs, made the branch of implantology to develop more and more types of implants, starting around the years 50s with the implants with late loading, at 6 months after implant insertion, to this days, when we have a great range of implants, techniques and technology. Our study compares two types of immediate implants with immediate loading placed in a single environment at one patient. Our study follows the evolution of 16 patients over a period of 1 and a half years. We have placed both types of implants to allpatients, these were required by the environment,depending to the height and the thickness of the bone. After 18 months the survival rate of the implants was 100%.
Keywords: dental implants, types of implants, bone loss around implants, immediate implants
References: 1. ChiapascoM.Earlyandimmediaterestorationandloading of implants in completelyedentulouspatients.Int J Oral MaxillofacImplants 2004;19(suppl):76–91.
2. Douglass CW,Shih A, OstryL.Willtherebe a need for complete dentures in the United States in 2020,J Prosthet Dene.2002;87:5-8
3. Gallucci GO, Morton D, Weber HP. Loading protocol sfor dental implants in edentulouspatients. Int J Oral MaxillofacImplants 2009;24(Suppl.):132-146. 14. Alsabeeha N, Atieh M, Payne AG. Loadingprotocols for mandibular implant overdentures: A systematicreviewwithmeta-analysis. Clin Implant Dent RelatRes 2010;12(Suppl. 1):e28-e38. )
4. Mangano C, De Rosa A, Desiderio V, et al. The osteoblasticdifferentiation of dental pulp stem cellsand bone formation on differenttitaniumsurfacetextures. Biomaterials 2010;31:3543-3551.
5. Mangano C, Piattelli A, d’Avila S, et al. Earlyhuman bone responseto laser metal sinteringsurfacetopography: A histologic report. J Oral Implantol 2010;36:91-96.)
6. Mangano C, Raspanti M, Traini T, et al. Stereo imagingandcytocompatibility of a model dental implant surfaceformedby direct laser fabrication. J BiomedMaterRes Part A 2008;88:823-831.
7. Matteo C., Claudi G., Implant-retained mandibular overdentureswithimmediateloading: A 3-to 8 years respective study in 328 implants. Clin Imp. Dent. Relat. Res. 2003; 5:29-38
8. Naert I, Alsaadi G, van Steenberghe D, Quirynen M. A 10-year randomizedclinical trial on theinfluence of splintedandunsplinted oral implantsretaining mandibular overdentures: Peri-implant outcome. Int J Oral MaxillofacImplants 2004;19:695-702.)
9. Shibli JA, Mangano C, d’Avila S, et al. Influence of direct laser fabrication implant topography on type IV bone: A histomorphometricstudy in humans. J BiomedMaterRes Part A 2010;93:607-614.
10. Trakas T, Michalakis K, Kang K, Hirayama H. Attachmentsystems for implant retainedoverdentures: A literaturereview. Implant Dent 2006;15:24-34.
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