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Four-implant overdenture fully supported by a CAD/CAM titanium bar: A single-cohort prospective 1-year preliminary study

 

Purpose: The purpose of this single cohort 1-year prospective study was to evaluate the clinical performance of a 4-implant overdenture fully supported by a computer-aided designed/ computer-aided manufactured (CAD/CAM) titanium bar.

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Immediate Loading of Conical Connection Implants: Up-to-2-Year Retrospective Clinical and Radiologic Study

 

Purpose: To report the up-to-2-year outcomes of the immediately loaded novel variable-thread tapered implant with an internal conical connection and built-in platform shifting.

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Guided surgery with tooth-supported templates for single missing teeth: A critical review

 

Purpose: To systematically scrutinise the scientific literature to evaluate the accuracy of computer-guided implant placement for single missing teeth, as well as to analyse the eventual clinical advantages and treatment outcomes.

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    Clinical Reliability of CAD/CAM Cross-Arch Zirconia Bridges on Immediately Loaded Implants Placed with Computer-Assisted/Template-Guided Surgery: A Retrospective Study with a Follow-Up between 3 and 5 Years

     

    Purpose: The purpose of this study is to retrospectively evaluate the implant and prosthetic survival and success rates of zirconia-based, implant-supported, screw-retained, cross-arch restorations up to 5 years after placement.

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    Monolithic Lithium Disilicate Full-Contour Crowns Bonded on CAD/CAM Zirconia Complete-Arch Implant Bridges With 3 to 5 Years of Follow-Up

     

    Purpose: This study was carried on to assess the clinical performance of a novel restorative concept consisting in single monolithic lithium disilicate full-contour crowns bonded on computer-aided design/computer-aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM) zirconia complete-arch implant bridges, to overcome the drawbacks related to the chipping of porcelain fused to zirconia restorations.

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      Clinical and Radiologic Experience with Moderately Rough Oxidized Titanium Implants: Up to 10 Years of Retrospective Follow-up

       

      Purpose: The long-term success of machined-surface implants is well documented, whereas the reliability of the moderately rough oxidized implant surface has not been definitively assessed in the long term. The aim of this retrospective study was to assess the long-term clinical and radiologic outcomes of moderately rough oxidized implants supporting fixed prostheses.

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      Three-year post-loading results of a randomised, controlled, split-mouth trial comparing implants with different prosthetic interfaces and design in partially posterior edentulous mandibles

       

      Purpose: To compare the clinical and radiological outcomes of two implant designs with different prosthetic interfaces and neck configurations.