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Avances en Periodoncia e Implantología Oral

On-line version ISSN 2340-3209Print version ISSN 1699-6585


CORINA, M.  and  SAVOLDI, E.. Implante de titanio sometido a carga inmediata: Análisis histológico del tejido óseo y evaluación cualitativa y cuantitativa de la superficie del implante. Avances en Periodoncia [online]. 2000, vol.12, n.1, pp.29-34. ISSN 2340-3209.

It is well known that the stability of an endosseous implant is linked to several factors: integrity of the implant site, size and quality of bone, microtopography of the implant element and time of clínical recovery allowing for good mineralization of the new formed perimplantar bone. Not all authors agree that the implant is fully submerged during recovery.  Some believe that the immediate load on implants quickens the transformation of the indifferenziated bone, which is therefore more capable of bearing masticatory loads.  In the clinical case shown, the implant with transmucous neck placed in the site of the upper left central tooth was exposed to trauma 3 months after the operation. The case allowed us to examine the implant surface by scan electron microscopy which showed cells similar to osteoblasts. These results were later confirmed by the histological biopsy, which under the optic microscope showed signs of osseous remodelling, thus suggesting that the implant was stabilised during recovery.

Keywords : Implantology; immediate loading; osseointegration.

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