Histologic evidence of a connective tissue attachment to laser microgrooved abutments: a canine study.


Previous research has demonstrated the effectiveness of laser-ablated microgrooves placed on implant collars to support direct connective tissue attachments to altered implant surfaces. Such a direct connective tissue attachment serves as a physiologic barrier to the apical migration of the junctional epithelium and prevents crestal bone resorption. The… (More)


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