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a5fig1 Individualized CAD/CAM-produced titanium scaffolds for alveolar bone augmentation: A retrospective analysis of dehiscence events in relation to demographic and surgical parameters

Journal of Oral Science & Rehabilitation, Vol. 10

Computer-aided design/computer-aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM) technologies may improve application of titanium scaffolds, onlay techniques and guided bone regeneration. In this study, the clinical outcome of DICOM-based individualized CAD/CAM-produced titanium scaffolds (iCTSs) was analyzed in grafted defects, particularly with regard to relation of dehiscence to demographic and surgery-related factors.

Marcus Seiler

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Michael Peetz

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Amely Hartmann

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Radoslaw Witkowski

Influence of abutment material and detersion protocol on bacterial adhesion: An in vitro study

Journal of Oral Science & Rehabilitation, Vol. 10

In recent years, periimplantitis has been extensively studied as bone loss has been observed around dental implants.

Luca Sbricoli

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Gianluca Paniz

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Davide Abate

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Alda Saldan

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Giorgio Palù

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Bressan, Eriberto

Fig. 4B With the flap kept tense, the scalpel blade is then positioned parallel to the bone surface, taking care not to perforate the mucosa. New perspectives in periapical surgery: Flap detachment and retraction

Journal of Oral Science & Rehabilitation, Vol. 10

An update is made of the aspects to be taken into account during flap detachment and retraction in periapical surgery as one of the key elements for treatment success.

Juan Cervera Ballester

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Peñarrocha Oltra David

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Peñarrocha Diago Maria

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David Soto Peñaloza

a2fig3 Immediate implants in the esthetic area: Our perspective and clinical guidelines

Journal of Oral Science & Rehabilitation, Vol. 10

The placement of implants immediately after tooth extraction has proven to be a predictable treatment strategy with a very high success rate.

Alexandre Perez

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Nicola Alberto Valente

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Lucille Trottet

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Sibylle Chatelain

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Fortunato Alfonsi

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Antonio Barone

Fig. 3 Sinus lift surgery in severely resorbed maxillae: One-year follow-up

Journal of Oral Science & Rehabilitation, Vol. 10

The aim of this prospective study was to clinically analyze the behavior of implants inserted into severely resorbed maxillae after sinus grafting.

Luigi Canullo

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