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Minerva Stomatologica 2010 April;59(4):215-22

language: English, Italian

The importance of immediately loaded immediate post-extractive implants in esthetical rehabilitation: case series

Danza M. 1, Fanali S. 2, Quaranta A. 3, Vozza I. 3

1 Private Practictionere, Pescara, Italy;
2 Dental School, University of Chieti-Pescara, Chieti, Italy;
3 Dental School, ”Sapienza”, University of Rome, Rome, Italy


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The aim of this paper was to estimate, in a retrospective way, integration of hard and soft tissues in immediately loaded immediate postextractive implants. Benefits of this technique could be: single stage surgery, biological saving of tissues, aesthetic management of edentulism, good integration of both hard and soft tissues. Immediate loading of a postextractive implant seems also to produce a positive effect on the quality of perimplant soft tissues. The implants used in the present study have some advantages such as high auto-threading and auto-tapping ability, progressive increase of the thickness of the threads, at the apical and coronal level. All these features have helped to obtain a high primary stability.

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