What Do We Know? Part 2: Palatal Bone: Immediate Implant Placement & Restoration of Single Implants in the Anterior Maxilla

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Abstract

Tooth loss in the aesthetic zone can be a distressing experience for patients. The use of immediate implant placement and Restoration (IPR) in the pre-maxilla must be viewed from a long-term perspective, since the long term stability of hard and soft tissue is the most important outcome. Secondary objectives were
to make implant therapy more attractive for patients with one surgical procedure as tooth extraction and implant placement carried-out at the same time, the convenience of an immediate tooth replacement, reduced overall treatment
time and to deliver the treatment with good cost effectiveness. However, these secondary goals should not jeopardise the primary objectives and cause more complications long-term. The success of IPR is influenced by a number of site and patient related factors. The aim of this paper is to address another site related factor, namely the palatal bone.
Original languageEnglish
Pages1
Number of pages2
VolumeJune
No.2019
Specialist publicationWestern Articulator
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2019

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