Implantes dentales en pacientes adultos postrauma dentoalveolar. Estudio descriptivo

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Objectives: Conduct a retrospective study to analyse the success of dental implant treatment with or without bone ridge augmentation. Materials and methods: A retrospective study was made by reviewing medical records of patients who attended the Maxillofacial Surgery Service of Hospital Mutual de Seguridad, Chile. In the period of three years (January 2003 - December 2005). Results: There were a total of 135 patients with 246 dental implants indications. 8 cases with dental implant loss where registered. Conclusions: This study presents a proposal protocol, and establishes the need of a detail diagnosis to design the post-traumatic implant rehabilitation treatment with a multidisciplinary team.




González, E., Pedemonte, C., Vargas, I., & Verdugo-Avello, F. (2016). Implantes dentales en pacientes adultos postrauma dentoalveolar. Estudio descriptivo. Revista Espanola de Cirugia Oral y Maxilofacial, 38(2), 76–81.

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