Immediate Implants: Clinical Guidelines for Esthetic Outcomes
AbstractResearch has shown that tooth loss results in morphological changes in alveolar ridge that may influence the subsequent implant placement. Immediate implant placement was introduced as a possible means to limit bone resorption and reduce the number of surgical procedures following tooth extraction. Histological and clinical evidence from human clinical studies showing efficacy of immediate implants has come to light over the last decade or so. However, immediate implant placement is a challenging surgical procedure and requires proper case selection and surgical technique. Furthermore, there appears to be a lack of clinical guidelines for immediate implant placement case selection. Therefore, the aim of this mini-review is to analyze critical evidence from human studies in order to establish clinical guidelines which may help clinicians in case selection when considering immediate implant placement protocol. View Full-Text
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Javaid, M.A.; Khurshid, Z.; Zafar, M.S.; Najeeb, S. Immediate Implants: Clinical Guidelines for Esthetic Outcomes. Dent. J. 2016, 4, 21.
Javaid MA, Khurshid Z, Zafar MS, Najeeb S. Immediate Implants: Clinical Guidelines for Esthetic Outcomes. Dentistry Journal. 2016; 4(2):21.Chicago/Turabian Style
Javaid, Mohammad A.; Khurshid, Zohaib; Zafar, Muhammad S.; Najeeb, Shariq. 2016. "Immediate Implants: Clinical Guidelines for Esthetic Outcomes." Dent. J. 4, no. 2: 21.
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