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The Efficacy of Full-Arch Immediately Restored Implant-Supported Reconstructions in Extraction and Healed Sites - A 36-Month Retrospective Evaluation The Efficacy of Full-Arch Immediately Restored Implant-Supported Reconstructions in Extraction and Healed Sites - A 36-Month Retrospective Evaluation

Author(s):

Zvi Artzi, DMD; Jerry Kohen, DMD; Guy Carmeli, DMD; Benny Karmon, DMD; Ariel Lor, DMD; Zeev Ormianer, DMD

Date Added:

10/6/2010


Summary:

Implants placed in fresh extraction sites and healed sites were restored simultaneously by cross-arch provisional fixed prostheses. Clinical and radiographic parameters were recorded for up to 36 months. In conclusion, implants placed and restored immediately in a cross-arch mode, whether in extraction sites or in healed alveoli, can be clinically successful and maintainable.

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