The role of immediate provisional restorations on implants with a hydrophilic surface: A randomised, single-blind controlled clinical trial.
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Clin Oral Implants Res
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OBJECTIVES: To compare the radiographic bone changes, clinical parameters and aesthetic outcomes of immediately provisionalised and conventionally restored implants at 12- and 24-months post-implant placement. MATERIAL AND METHODS: In 24 patients, 24 bone level implants with a hydrophilic (SLActive) surface were placed in healed sites and they were either immediately provisionalised with a non-occluding temporary crown (test group) or left without a crown (control group). In both groups, the definitive restoration was placed 16 weeks after implant placement. Clinical and radiographic parameters were calculated at 12- and 24-months post-implant placement, together with implant success/survival rates according to three different sets of criteria. The aesthetic outcome was evaluated through the Papilla Fill Index and the Pink Aesthetic Score. RESULTS: The mean marginal bone loss at 1 year was -0.73 mm (SD 0.83 mm) in the test group and -0.22 mm (SD 0.46 mm) in the control group (p > .05). Whilst 100% survival rate and positive aesthetic outcomes were recorded in both groups, three patients of the test group did not fulfil all success criteria. CONCLUSIONS: Immediate provisionalisation may represent a viable option for the replacement of single missing teeth, with radiographic, clinical and aesthetic results comparable to those of conventionally loaded implants at 2 years of follow-up.
AuthorsDonos, N; Horvath, A; Mezzomo, LA; Dedi, D; Calciolari, E; Mardas, N
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