CARGA IMEDIATA DE IMPLANTES INSERTADOS EM ALVEOLOS POS EXTRACÇÃO. RESULTADOS CLÍNICOS A 2 ANOS
March 29, 2015
Introduction: The aim of this study was to report the outcome of treatment with implant inserted after tooth extraction and immediately loaded.
Methods: 24 patients with single or partially tooth loss were treated with 50 IPX Galimplant® internal connection and sandblasted-etched surface implants. All implants were inserted after tooth extraction and loaded with immediate acrylic prosthesis. After a period of 3 months it realized definitive ceramic prosthesis.
Results: Clinical results indicate a survival and success rate of implants of 100%. 72% of implants were inserted at maxilla while 28% were inserted at mandible. 30 single crowns and 10 fixed bridges immediate acrylic and after 3 months ceramic prosthesis were realized. After a mean functioning period of 24.3 months, no complications were reported.
Conclusions: This study indicate that dental implants inserted after tooth extraction and immediately loaded may constitute a successful, predictible alternative implant treatment.
KEY WORDS: ental implants, postextraction implants, immediate loading, immediate prostheses, postextraction sockets, implant dentistry.
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