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Wide Diameter Implants Inserted in Jaws Grafted with Homologue Bone

Maurizio Franco ; Opća bolnica u Castelfrancu, Zavod za maksilofacijalnu kirurgiju, Veneto, Italija
Alessandro Viscioni ; Opća bolnica u Castelfrancu, Zavod za maksilofacijalnu kirurgiju, Veneto, Italija
Leone Rigo ; Opća bolnica u Castelfrancu, Zavod za maksilofacijalnu kirurgiju, Veneto, Italija
Riccardo Guidi ; Sveučilište u Milanu, Stomatološki fakultet, Milano, Italija
Laura Strohmenger ; Sveučilište u Milanu, Stomatološki fakultet, Milano, Italija
Ilaria Zollino ; Sveučilište u Ferrari, Maksilofacijalni odjel, Ferrara, Italija
Anna Avantaggiato ; Sveučilište u Ferrari, Maksilofacijalni odjel, Ferrara, Italija
Francesco Carinci ; Sveučilište u Ferrari, Maksilofacijalni odjel, Ferrara, Italija


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Objective of work: In the last decade the use of wide diameter implants (WDI) has increased especially in posterior jaws for their good clinical outcomes. However there are few reports on this topic and none on WDI inserted in homologue fresh frozen bone (FFB) grafts. Thus we planned a retrospective study on a series of WDI placed in homologuous FFB to evaluate the clinical outcome. Materials and Methods: 49 patients were operated on and 126 WDI inserted. There were 35 Double etched, 5 SLA1, 9 Grit blasted and acid etched, 44 Anodic Oxidized, 19 CaPo4 ceramic-blasted, 10 SLA2, and 4 miscellaneous implants. Results: Only 1 over in 126 WDI was lost (i.e. SVR = 99.2%) and no differences were detected among the studied variables. On the contrary, the Cox regression showed that implant type (i.e. Double etched, CaPo4 Ceramic-blasted, and SLA2) and implant length (i.e. length < 13 mm) correlated with a statistically signifi cant lower crestal bone loss and thus a better clinical outcome. Conclusion: The use of WDI inserted in homologuous FFB can be a viable treatment option and may provide benefi ts especially in posterior regions for the maintenance of various implant-supported prosthetic rehabilitations.

Ključne riječi

Dental Implants, Dental Implantation

Hrčak ID:

26733

URI

https://hrcak.srce.hr/26733

Podaci na drugim jezicima: hrvatski

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