Systematic Review on Success Of Narrow Implants

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Systematic Review on Success Of Narrow Implants
  Systematic Review on Success of Narrow-Diameter Dental Implant Marc. O. Klein, PD Dr Med, Dr Med Dent/ Eik Shciegnitz, Dr, Med/ Bilal Al-Nawas, Prof Dr Med, Dr Med Dent  OBJECTIVE ã To determine the survival and success rates of narrow-diameter dental implants (NDI) in different clinical indications compared to standard diameter implants.  Standard diameter implant: 3.75 mm and 4.1 mm Excellent long-term results Fracture of the abutment or implant body is a rare condition Review by Sanchez-Perez et al Risk of two fractures per 1,000 implant INTRODUCTION  Disadvantage Standard-diameter implant ã Available horizontal crestal dimensions of the alveolar ridge is relatively small ã Limited spaces between adjacent teeth and dental implants Successful dental implant ã At least 1mm residual bone adjacent to the implant surface ã Horizontal crestal alveolar width of 6 mm for a standard implant Previous studies: 3 mm inter-implant distance is beneficial for adequate papillary fill
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