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Volume 5 , Issue 3
Fall 1990

Pages 289-291


The Use of Two Implant Systems Within the Same Restorative Segment: A Clinical Report

Kenneth R. Lecocq, DDS/Geraldine K. Koehler, DDS/William B. Black, DDS


PMID: 2098332

The incorporation of more than one dental implant system within the same restorative segment may be a reliable approach to treatment. This article describes a clinical situation that was resolved, after the failure of a pre-existing subperiosteal implant, by the use of both subperiosteal and osseointegrated fixtures concurrently. The result was an increase in stability, and it is hoped that restoration settling will be minimized. (INT J ORAL MAXILLOFAC IMPLANTS 1990;5:289-291.)

Key words: atrophic, endosseous implant, hydroxylapatite, subperiosteal implant


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