Immediately loaded dental implants: clinical evaluation of factors affecting the outcome.

Employer
Università di Genova
Location
Italy
Posted
September 21 2017
Position Type
Full Time
Organization Type
Academia

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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