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  • M Bert
  • International journal of dental symposia
  • 1994
The problems encountered in implant treatment of extensively resorbed mandibles concern poor residual height of the bone and the use of short implants in the least favorable prognosis, excessive corticalization of the bone making drilling difficult, poor vascularity of the implant site, and mechanical constraints sustained by implants bearing high(More)
Analysis of implant failure in the maxilla has showed that these failures were predominant on bone that had remained toothless for a period exceeding 2 years. Histological and osseostructural studies demonstrate that the loss of maxillary teeth has an essential effect on its vascularisation, more than on the bone loss; this vascularisation is absolutely(More)
BACKGROUND In France, online reporting via a website is a new method for notifying adverse drug reactions (ADRs). The French Midi-Pyrénées Regional Pharmacovigilance Center (RPVC) set up in July, 2010 a Web-based ADR reporting tool in order to improve ADR reporting rate. OBJECTIVES To assess feasibility, use and performances of this new ADR reporting(More)
The purpose of this article is to report a possible use of dental implants in children. The immediate implantation of an aluminium artificial frialite root, is described in an 8 years old child following the complete avulsion with loss of her center incisor. Osteo integration and the surgical placement technique of the Frialite implant are reviewed. The(More)