Immediately loaded dental implants: clinical evaluation of factors affecting the outcome.
The aim of the present research is to clinically evaluate the factors affecting the survival and the success of partial and full-arch immediate loading rehabilitations.
Patients rehabilitated with the partial or full-arch Columbus Bridge immediate loading rehabilitation (Tealdo T et al. 2014) of the lower or upper jaw at the Implant Prosthodontic Division of Genoa University (Dep. DISC) will be included.
The variables evaluated will be: different implant morphologies and different prosthetic designs and materials.
The follow-up appointment will include the recording of the parameters of health of peri-implant soft tissue (PD, BOP e IP) and the radiographic evaluation of peri-implant bone level.
Possible biologic or technical complications will be recorded.
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