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Hard-tissue alterations following immediate implant placement in extraction sites.
BACKGROUND The marginal gap that may occur following implant installation in an extraction socket may be resolved by hard-tissue fill during healing. OBJECTIVE To study dimensional alterations ofExpand
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Anti-infective treatment of peri-implant mucositis: a randomised controlled clinical trial.
AIM To compare the effectiveness of two anti-infective protocols for the treatment of peri-implant mucositis. MATERIALS AND METHODS Twenty-nine patients with one implant diagnosed with peri-implantExpand
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Early loading of single crowns supported by 6-mm-long implants with a moderately rough surface: a prospective 2-year follow-up cohort study.
AIM To evaluate prospectively the clinical and radiographic outcomes after 2 years of loading of 6 mm long moderately rough implants supporting single crowns in the posterior regions. MATERIAL ANDExpand
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The effect of a triclosan dentifrice on mucositis in subjects with dental implants: a six-month clinical study.
OBJECTIVE The objective of the present clinical study was to assess the effect of the use of a dentifrice containing triclosan on peri-implant mucositis in subjects that had been restored with dentalExpand
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Resolution of bone defects of varying dimension and configuration in the marginal portion of the peri-implant bone. An experimental study in the dog.
BACKGROUND It was demonstrated that a marginal defect of about 1 mm between the bone wall and the metal surface after implant installation can heal with a high degree of bone fill andExpand
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Use of short implants (6 mm) in a single-tooth replacement: a 5-year follow-up prospective randomized controlled multicenter clinical study.
OBJECTIVE To evaluate prospectively clinical and radiographic outcomes of 6- or 10 mm-long implants with moderately rough surface (SLA(®) ) loaded within 7 weeks from installation and supportingExpand
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The jumping distance revisited: An experimental study in the dog.
Following tooth extraction, a socket often presents dimensions that may be considerably greater that the diameter of a conventional implant. The present experiment was performed to study the healingExpand
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Appositional bone formation in marginal defects at implants.
In a previous experiment, it was demonstrated that a wide marginal defect around an implant can heal with a high degree of osseointegration. The present experiment was performed to evaluate theExpand
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Clinical and microbiological findings in patients with peri-implantitis: a cross-sectional study.
OBJECTIVE The aim of this study was to analyze clinical and microbiological characters in subjects and implants affected and not affected by peri-implantitis. Additionally, same features wereExpand
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How does the timing of implant placement to extraction affect outcome?
PURPOSE To systematically review the current literature on the clinical outcomes and incidence of complications associated with immediate implants (implants placed into extraction sockets at the sameExpand
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