Soft Tissue Response to Titanium Abutments with Different Surface Treatment: Preliminary Histologic Report of a Randomized Controlled Trial

@inproceedings{Canullo2016SoftTR,
  title={Soft Tissue Response to Titanium Abutments with Different Surface Treatment: Preliminary Histologic Report of a Randomized Controlled Trial},
  author={Luigi Canullo and Jan Friedrich Dehner and David Pe{\~n}arrocha and Vittorio Checchi and Annalisa Mazzoni and Lorenzo Breschi},
  booktitle={BioMed research international},
  year={2016}
}
The aim of this preliminary prospective RCT was to histologically evaluate peri-implant soft tissues around titanium abutments treated using different cleaning methods. Sixteen patients were randomized into three groups: laboratory customized abutments underwent Plasma of Argon treatment (Plasma Group), laboratory customized abutments underwent cleaning by steam (Steam Group), and abutments were used as they came from industry (Control Group). Seven days after the second surgery, soft tissues… CONTINUE READING

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