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Microbiological and clinical effects of chlorhexidine enclosed in fixtures of 3I-Titamed implants.
Application of a 0.2% chlorhexidine solution at second-stage surgery inhibits growth or acquisition of bacteria in the fixtures, and in both test and control groups, the crevicular fluid flow as well as the gingival index decreased during the experimental period. Expand
Improvement of the Caries Resistance of Human Dental Roots by a Two-step Conversion of the Root Mineral into Fluoridated Hydroxylapatite
Converting the root mineral into fluoridated hydroxylapatite can eliminate, in principle, the existing difference in caries susceptibility of the root and of the dental enamel. Expand
Immediate implant placement: the fate of the buccal crest. A retrospective cone beam computed tomography study.
The results of this IIP protocol are promising and long-term prospective research on this topic on a large number of patients is necessary. Expand
[Two hospital staff with throat carriage of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, which had to be treated with systemic antibiotics].
Two hospital staff, women aged 20 and 22 years, were inadvertently found to be positive for methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA). Both had been in a hospital outside of the Netherlands,Expand
[Immediate front implant placements 2. Objective and subjective aesthetic treatment results].
It may be concluded that flapless immediate implant placement together with the application of a bone substitute into the buccal gap in combination with a final crown with emerging profile results in objective and subjective good aesthetics and high patient satisfaction. Expand
Immediate implant placement and provisionalization: Aesthetic outcome 1 year after implant placement. A prospective clinical multicenter study.
It is concluded that, following this minimal invasive IIPP procedure, it may be concluded that a high aesthetic outcome was achieved. Expand
[Dental ingenuity 2. Implant treatment using transitional implants].
  • E. Groenendijk
  • Medicine
  • Nederlands tijdschrift voor tandheelkunde
  • 1 August 2003
The applications in oral implantology are strongly increased due to the advance in the field of osseointegration and in material technology and the area of indications increased in both edentulous and partially dentate patients. Expand
Flapless Immediate Implant Placement and Provisionalization (FIIPP) in the Aesthetic Region: Surgical Protocol of a Prospective Clinical Cohort Study on 100 Patients – Two Case Reports: Intact
Using described surgical FIIPP protocol, high aesthetic outcomes are reached in only 4 visits and within a treatment period of 4 months, and a thin phenotype gingiva, or a pre-operative buccal bone defect, does not seem to affect the aesthetic outcome. Expand
[Immediately placed front tooth implants 1. Analysis with cone beam computed tomography after remodelling of the buccal plate].
It was crucial in this case that the implant was placed in such a way that a gap of a minimum of 2.0 mm was created between the original buccal plate and the implant, and that this gap was filled with a bone substitute. Expand