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During the explanation of implant-based treatments three factors may influence the level of fear and anxiety experienced by the patient: • the quantity of information demanded by the...


Authors: G. Cannizzaro, P. Felice, D. R. Ippolito, M. Lazzarini, E. Velasco-Ortega, M. Esposito

OBJECTIVES: To compare 10- to 16-mm-long implants inserted into maxillary sinuses augmented with a lateral approach versus 8-mm-long implants placed in crestally augmented sinuses, both loaded early...


It has been suggested that the therapeutic outcome of nonsurgical and surgical periodontal treatment is associated to defect morphology. In light of the importance of defect morphology upon the...


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Title: THE PROSTHETIC EMERGENCE PROFILE ON IMPLANT-SUPPORTED CROWNS. HOW TO PROVIDE THE BEAUTYAuthor: Prof. Diego LopsWhen: Octoberr 16 th, 2020Time: 5pm west coast - 2pm east...


Digital dental technology has recently gained considerable popularity and has now been widely incorporated into the prosthetic and implant workflow. With the...


Authors: P. Felice, C. Barausse, R. Davó, R. Pistilli, C. Marti-Pages, A. Ferrer-Fuertes, A. Ferri, M. Esposito

PURPOSE. To compare the clinical outcomes of immediately loaded cross-arch maxillary prostheses supported by zygomatic implants versus conventional implants...


The implant site preparation process is commonly performed using a handpiece and rotating burs of various shapes and sizes that pierce the bone in order to create the contour and shape suitable for...


Implant treatment has become a popular option for patients who have lost one or more teeth. As a result of this, more implant related infections occur....


There is still no accordance on the antibiotic prophylaxis regimen to prevent failures or postoperative infections in healthy patients undergoing standard implant surgery.Some authors proposed...


INTRODUCTIONEarly implant failures typically occur before or at the abutment connection and are generally associated with minor peri-implant bone loss. Late implant failures, in contrast, occur...


Authors: M. Cicciù, G. Risitano, G. Cervino

The dental removable prosthesis is today a good therapeutic option for edentulous patients offering function and aesthetics with low biological low cost....


Long-term studies have shown that there is no significant difference between the success rates of implants placed in natural alveolar bone and those placed in...


Title: Implant rehabilitation of posterior maxilla: a decision tree.Author: Dr. Claudio StacchiWhen: May 22nd, 2020Time: 8pm GMT+2 – 2pm EST – 11am...


Bisphosphonates BPS are powerful inhibitors of osteoclastic activity suppressing bone turnover. They have also antiangio-genic properties and have direct...


Patients 'aesthetic expectation for dental rehabilitation has become predominant, leading dentists to focus more on their choice in aesthetic materials rather than metal-based materials in order to...


Dental implantology is currently a routine therapy performed on young patients but also on older patients, with or without systemic diseases. Despite the fact that dental implant therapy has been...


Treatments using dental implants to replace missing teeth are effective and predictable. However, with the ever-growing popularity of implant treatments and...


Recent advances in dental implants have led to an increase in the number of patients treated, with survival rates of more than 95% in a healthy population. ...


It is estimated that 1 in 2 women and 1 in 5 men over the age of 50 may develop a fracture due to osteoporosis. Osteoporosis is defined as a skeletal disease...


Nowadays patients with fully edentulous maxilla may benefit from different prosthetic rehabilitations. One of them  is the implant-supported overdenture...


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