This study evaluated whether it is necessary to use measurements taken in two different directions (mesiodistal and buccolingual) when using magnetic RFA to assess changes in the stiffness of dental implants.
The aim of this study is to compare the clinical outcome after the immediate loading of two types (Osstem TS HA | Zimmer) of implants with a hydroxyapatite coat for patients with missing molar teeth.
The ideal treatment planning, accurate placement, and functional restoration of dental implants for the completely edentulous patient can be challenging. Anatomical limitations can make implant location difficult to determine.
The purpose of this randomized case-control clinical study was to evaluate implant survival and changes in residual alveolar bone height (RABH) after hydraulic sinus membrane elevation with saline as compared to venous blood.
The aim of this study was to evaluate the clinical outcome of early loading of the Osstem TSIII Ca-SA and compared with Straumann SLActive (Bone level).