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Issue: 03/2010 - S. Vogel - L. Ricken
Survival rate of immediately loaded implants

The demands of our patients regarding an implantological treatment are continuously increasing. Not least the widespread idea of “theeth in an hour” sets the implantologist under pressure. Regardless of the individual prepositions it is suggested that this concept is always practicable. Such statements are wrong in the same way as a generaly denegation of an immediate loading. The aim of our investigation was to find out the survival rate of immediately loaded implants under clearly defined conditions. 256 immediately loaded implants in 56 patients were observed during an average period of 34.7 months. With a survival rate of 99.21 % it is shown that this protocol of loading is successful under restrict adherence to the indication.

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