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Volume 29 , Issue 6
November/December 2016

Pages 608610


One- and Two-Piece Implants Placed in the Same Patients: Clinical Outcomes After 5 Years of Function

Zeev Ormianer, DMD/Mariusz Duda, DMD/Jonathan Block, DMD/Shlomo Matalon, DMD


PMID: 27824984
DOI: 10.11607/ijp.4786

A retrospective evaluation of 24 subjects treated with one-piece (1P) (n = 34) and two-piece (2P) (n = 38) implants placed in contralateral mandibular premolar locations was conducted. Cumulative implant survival was 100% following a 5-year (range = 59.972.3 months; mean = 63.1 months) postrestoration monitoring period. Bone loss (P = .1952) and prosthetic complications (P = .3667) did not significantly differ between the two groups. Clinical efficacy was equivalent for both implant designs.


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