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Fig. 10 Clinical view before periapical surgery of tooth #21. Flap design: New perspectives in periapical surgery

Journal of Oral Science & Rehabilitation, Vol. 8

Flap design in periapical surgery should be adequate for the planned surgical procedure, offering good access to the zone surrounding the affected apexes without altering the soft-tissue circulation. A full-thickness flap including mucosa, submucosal connective tissue and periosteum should be raised. A description is provided of the most frequently used types of flaps in periapical surgery.

Peñarrocha Diago Maria

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Juan Cervera Ballester

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David Peñarrocha Oltraa

Fig. 15a Radiographic follow-up of the maxillary molars up to 13 years. Thirteen-year follow-up of a cross-arch implant-supported fixed restoration in a patient with generalized aggressive periodontitis and parafunctional habits

Journal of Oral Science & Rehabilitation, Vol. 8

As implant treatment becomes part of mainstream dental therapy, dental offices should implement protocols for individualized, systematic and continuous supportive care of the periimplant tissue. This article describes the 13-year management of a patient with generalized aggressive periodontitis and bruxism treated using Brånemark TiUnite implants with machined collars.

David French

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Xhanari Erta

Fig. 17 Improved fully digital workflow to rehabilitate an edentulous patient with an implant overdenture in 4 appointments: A case report

Journal of Oral Science & Rehabilitation, Vol. 8

The digital revolution is changing the world, and dentistry is no exception. Through the development of new equipment and workflows, the diagnosis and treatment of patients are becoming simpler and more efficient. However, a fully digital approach to treating edentulous patients may be a challenge and time-consuming, because edentulous sites are often flat and smooth, with few features.

Tallarico Marco

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Danilo Schiappa

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Franco Schipani

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Fabio Cocchi

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Marco Annucci

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Xhanari Erta

Fig. 1c How can the tapered implant design influence bundle bone preservation: An experimental study in American Foxhound dogs

Journal of Oral Science & Rehabilitation, Vol. 8

The objective of the present study was to evaluate bone–implant contact (BIC) in a new implant design after immediate and delayed placement at different levels in relation to crestal bone in American Foxhound dogs.

José Luis Calvo Guirado

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José Eduardo Maté Sánchez de Val

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Ramírez Fernández, Maria Piedad

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Pérez Albacete Martínez, Carlos

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Rafael Arcesio Delgado Ruiz

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Sérgio Alexandre Gehrke

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José Antonio Benítez García

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Manuel Fernández Domínguez

Fig. 1d Zero apicectomy in endodontic microsurgery

Journal of Oral Science & Rehabilitation, Vol. 8

Surgical endodontic treatment is an option for teeth with periapical periodontitis and may be indicated for teeth previously submitted to unsuccessful endodontic treatment and teeth with a strong possibility of failure by the nonsurgical approach.

Randa Harik

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Grace Issa

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Philippe Sleiman

Fig. 2 Accuracy of computer-assisted templatebased implant placement using a conventional impression and scan model or digital impression: A preliminary report from a randomized controlled trial

Journal of Oral Science & Rehabilitation, Vol. 8

The objective of this study was to compare implant survival rate, template-related complications and virtual planning accuracy of computer-assisted template-based implant placement using a conventional impression and scan model or digital impression to rehabilitate partially edentulous patients using flapless or miniflap procedures and immediate loading.

Tallarico Marco

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Xhanari Erta

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Franco Schipani

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Luigi Canullo

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Fabio Cocchi

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Silvio Mario Meloni

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