Microbiological and clinical effects of chlorhexidine enclosed in fixtures of 3I-Titamed implants.

@article{Groenendijk2004MicrobiologicalAC,
  title={Microbiological and clinical effects of chlorhexidine enclosed in fixtures of 3I-Titamed implants.},
  author={Edith Groenendijk and Jan J K Dominicus and W. R. Moorer and I H A Aartman and Marinus A J van Waas},
  journal={Clinical oral implants research},
  year={2004},
  volume={15 2},
  pages={
          174-9
        }
}
This double-blind study used a split-mouth design to investigate the microbiological and clinical effects of 0.2% chlorhexidine enclosed in fixtures. Twelve patients had 46 fixtures implanted. At second-stage surgery, a microbiological sample (baseline sample) of the inner parts of the fixtures was taken. Then, a 0.2% chlorhexidine solution was applied into the inner space of 23 fixtures (test group), and in 23 fixtures saline was applied (control group). Abutments were installed and gingival… Expand
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