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The International Journal of Oral & Maxillofacial Implants
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Int J Oral Maxillofac Implants 16 (2001), Nr. 5     15. Okt. 2001
Int J Oral Maxillofac Implants 16 (2001), Nr. 5  (15.10.2001)

Seite 675-680, Sprache: Englisch


Single Tooth Replacement by Morse Taper Connection Implants: A Retrospective Study of 80 Implants
Mangano, Carlo / Bartolucci, Enrico G.
The goal of this study was to provide data relative to the use of a new implant system (Mac System, Cabon, Milan, Italy) with a Morse taper implant-abutment connection for single implant restorations. The implant system is composed of an endosseous screw made of commercially pure titanium grade 2, while the abutment is titanium alloy (Ti-6Al-4V). A total of 80 single implants were placed in 69 patients (36 women and 33 men, mean age 42 years, range 16 to 61). All patients gave their informed consent and received a thorough clinical and radiographic examination. Smokers and diabetics were excluded from the study. Three implants were placed in areas of previous tooth impaction, 5 were placed in posttraumatic edentulous areas, 2 were used in situations involving tooth agenesis, and 60 replaced teeth lost because of caries or periodontal disease. All patients were edentulous for at least 1 year prior to treatment. The implants received a definitive prosthesis and had been in function for a mean period of 3.5 years. At second-stage surgery, 2 implants were removed because of lack of osseointegration. After 2 years of loading, 1 implant showed evidence of peri-implantitis and was removed. In addition, 2 fractured abutments and 1 loosened abutment were observed. Few mechanical or infectious complications were seen, and this may have been the result of high stability of the conical connection.

Schlagwörter: biomechanics, dental abutments, dental implants, single-tooth implants
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