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article8 Five-year esthetic evaluation of implants used to restore congenitally missing maxillary lateral incisors after orthodontic space opening treatment

Journal of Oral Science & Rehabilitation, Vol. 2

This is a five-year follow-up study of a previous investigation with the aim of assessing the esthetic outcome of Morse taper implants used to replace congenitally missing lateral incisors after orthodontic treatment.

Alessandro Mangano

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Alberto Caprioglio

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Francesco Mangano

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Aldo Macchi

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Luca Levrini

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Carlo Mangano

article7 The coronally advanced flap in the treatment of bilateral multiple gingival recessions with or without tunneling the maxillary midline papilla: A randomized clinical trial

Journal of Oral Science & Rehabilitation, Vol. 2

The objective of this study was compare the clinical results of the coronally advanced flap (CAF) without vertical releasing incisions using ( i ) a tunneling procedure on the maxillary midline papilla (test) or ( ii ) a conventional technique (control) in which the midline papilla is incised and elevated like any other papilla in the procedure.

Roberto Abundo

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Giuseppe Corrente

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Michele Perelli

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Carlo Saccone

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Marta Zambelli

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Sarmiento Hector

article6 Primary stability of dental implants with different thread geometries placed by clinicians with different clinical experience: An in vitro study

Journal of Oral Science & Rehabilitation, Vol. 2

The objective of this study was to establish the primary stability of implants with two different designs placed into artificial bone (Type II and Type IV density) by clinicians with different levels of experience using the same implant bed preparation protocol.

Rafael Arcesio Delgado Ruiz

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José Luis Calvo Guirado

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José Eduardo Maté Sánchez de Val

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Gerardo Gómez Moreno

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Fawad Javed

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Romanos Georgios

article5smaller Transcrestal sinus floor elevation performed twice with collagen sponges and using a sonic instrument

Journal of Oral Science & Rehabilitation, Vol. 2

The objective of this study was to describe a minimally invasive transcrestal modified technique for sinus floor elevation performed twice with a sonic instrument (Sonosurgery).

Ivo Agabiti

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Daniele Botticelli

article4 Review of the arterial vascular anatomy for implant placement in the anterior mandible

Journal of Oral Science & Rehabilitation, Vol. 2

The placement of implants in the anterior region of the mandible is not free of risk and can even sometimes be life-threatening. The aim of this article is to review the anatomy of the anterior mandible regarding the placement of implants in this region.

José Carlos Balaguer Marti

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Juan Guarinos

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Pedro Serrano Sánchez

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Amparo Ruiz Torner

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Peñarrocha Oltra David

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Peñarrocha Diago Miguel

article3 Clinical and histological evaluation of a flapless socket preservation procedure: A prospective single cohort study

Journal of Oral Science & Rehabilitation, Vol. 2

The objective of this study was to evaluate the dimensional changes to hard and soft tissue after a flapless ridge preservation procedure in the posterior area of the jaw.

Valentina Borgia

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Fortunato Alfonsi

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Paolo Tonelli

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Lorenzo Bertelli

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Saverio Marchionni

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Giovanna Iezzi

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Ugo Covani

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Antonio Barone

article2 Influence of the position of implants placed immediately into extraction sockets: An experimental study in dogs

Journal of Oral Science & Rehabilitation, Vol. 2

The objective of this study was to evaluate the influence of implant positioning within an extraction socket on the depth of the implant at the time of surgery and on the buccal supracrestal exposure of the implant surface after healing.

Enzo De Santis

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Luiz A. Salata

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Flávia Priscila Pereira

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Sara Ferraris

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Fabio Pantani

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Giacomo Favero

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Daniele Botticelli

Identification of Staphylococcus aureus at the internal and external implant surfaces in individuals with periimplant disease: A cross-sectional study

Journal of Oral Science & Rehabilitation, Vol. 2

The objective of this study was to investigate the prevalence of Staphylococcus aureus (S. aureus) at internal and external dental implant surfaces in patients with periimplant disease.

Luigi Canullo

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Paulo Henrique Orlato Rossetti

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Tallarico Marco

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Peñarrocha Oltra David

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