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  • 1
    ISSN: 1600-0501
    Source: Blackwell Publishing Journal Backfiles 1879-2005
    Topics: Medicine
    Notes: A clinical and radiographical study was performed to evaluate whether initial submergence of titanium fixtures is an obligate treatment measure for the establishment of proper bone anchorage when implants a.m. Brånemark are used. The sample was comprised of 11 subjects with edentulous mandibles. A split-mouth design was employed; in the right mandibular quadrant a traditional 2-step procedure for fixture installation and abutment connection was utilized, while in the left quadrant a 1-step procedure was carried out, i.e., fixtures were placed and abutments were connected in one and the same session. Three to 4 months after fixture installation, fixed bridgeworks were fabricated and rigidly connected to the implants. Clinical examinations (including probing pocket depth, bleeding on probing and implant stability test) were performed after 12 and 18 months. Radiographs were taken following insertion of the bridges and at the 12- and 18-month re-examinations. The probing pocket depth, the bleeding on probing, the implant stability and the radiographic determinations were similar for the 2 groups of treatment alternatives. This indicates that titanium fixtures a.m. Brinemark can be properly anchored (osseointegrated) in mandibular bone and successfully used for bridge retention also when a 1-step procedure is used for implant installation.
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  • 2
    ISSN: 1600-0501
    Source: Blackwell Publishing Journal Backfiles 1879-2005
    Topics: Medicine
    Notes: Strain gauges were used to record in viva and in vitro functional deformations in a fixed prosthetic appliance supported and retained by osseointegrated titanium implants. Four linear gauges were attached to each of totally 5 implant abutment cylinders and gauge signals were transferred into a computer via a digital converter. A computer program (ASYST) was used for collection, calibration and analysis of data obtained. Based on the results of a series of explorative in vitro tests, in viva experiments were performed at maximum biting as well as during chewing on certain normally available food items. The results show fundamental differences between in vitro and in vivo testing conditions. Unexpectedly high bending of the implants was recorded in many of the in viva loading situations.
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