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Volume 11 , Issue 3
May/June 1996

Pages 299-310


Immediate Implantation of Pure Titanium Implants Into Extraction Sockets of Macaca fascicularis Part I: Clinical and Radiographic Assessment

Izchak Barzilay, DDS, MS/Gerald N. Graser, DDS, MS/Bejan Iranpour, DDS, MS/ Howard M. Proskin, PhD


PMID: 8752551

Immediate implants have the advantages of few surgical exposures, short treatment time, and maintenance of alveolar bone height and width. The purpose of this study was to compare immediate implants with conventional implants (implants placed into ossified extraction sites) in adult monkeys. Forty-eight implants were placed and allowed to heal for a 6-month period. Following a 7-month loading period, the monkeys were sacrificed, and implant sections were evaluated histologically. Clinical and radiographic measurements showed few significant differences between immediate and control implants. (I NT J ORAL MAXILLOFAC IMPLANTS 1996;11:299-310)

Key words: animal, clinical parameters, endosseous dental implants, immediate implantation, osseointegration, radiography, titanium, tooth extraction


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