Clinical Studies & Research
A prospective study with a two-year follow-up of 52 patients revealed a 95.8% cumulative implant survival rate. After 24 months, all implant sites displayed a creeping soft-tissue attachment with a gain of keratinized tissues.
A retrospective study with a three-year follow-up of 74 patients revealed a 96.5% cumulative implant survival rate. The study produced two key findings. First, the marginal bone levels were stable. Second, healthy mucosal conditions were observed with probing pocket depth (PPD) and bleeding on probing (BOP) significantly lower around the implants than around the teeth.
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