« Consecutive Case Series of Healed Single-Molar Sites Immediately Restored with Wide-Diameter Implants: A 1-Year Evaluation » 22 avril 2016
Le 22 Avril 2016, vous pouvez assister à la conférence du International Symposium Osteology de Monaco du Dr Antoun qui aura pour sujet "Immediate implantation and temporisation in the molar areas".
Nous vous invitons à lire la dernière étude clinique menée par Hadi Antoun et son équipe « Consecutive Case Series of Healed Single-Molar Sites Immediately Restored with Wide-Diameter Implants: A 1-Year Evaluation» dont voici en extrait l'introduction :
Clinical Study Consecutive Case Series of Healed Single-Molar Sites Immediately Restored with Wide-Diameter Implants: A 1-Year Evaluation
Hadi Antoun, Pierre Cherfane, and Bouchra Sojod
Training Institute for Advanced Implant Surgery (IFCIA), 75017 Paris, France
Department of Oral Surgery and Oral Implantology, School of Dentistry, University of Paris 7, 75013 Paris, France
Groupe Hospitalier Pitie-Salpetriere, 47-83 Boulevard de l’Hopital, 75013 Paris, France
Received 26 November 2015; Revised 3 March 2016; Accepted 20 March 2016
Academic Editor: Carlos A. Munoz-Viveros
Copyright © 2016 Hadi Antoun et al. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.
Introduction. To evaluate outcomes of wide-diameter (6 mm) implants immediately provisionalized with cement-retained single
crowns in posterior molar sites. Materials and Methods. Forty-eight consecutive patients received a total of 53 moderately roughsurface,
6 mm diameter implants in healed sites. All implants were immediately provisionalized with a cement-retained provisional
crown. Final prosthesis with cement-retained porcelain fused to metal crowns was delivered 3–6 months later. Patients were
followed up for 1 year. Outcome measures were implant failures and success rate, complications, marginal bone levels, bone level
changes, papilla index, bleeding on probing, and inflammation. Results. One patient was lost to follow-up. At one year, the implant
survival and success rate were 98.1%.The mean marginal bone loss after 1 year was −0.17±1.84 mm. Ideal papilla score was recorded
at 83.8% of the sites. More than 95.6% of the sites showed no bleeding or inflammation. No procedure-related or device-related
adverse events were reported. Conclusion. Wide-diameter (6 mm) implants can safely and successfully replace single posterior
molars. Longer follow-up studies are necessary to evaluate the long-term success of these implants.