Influence of the Buccal Bone Crest Width on Peri-Implant Hard and Soft Tissues Dimensions: A Histomorphometric Study in Humans.

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Summary of "Influence of the Buccal Bone Crest Width on Peri-Implant Hard and Soft Tissues Dimensions: A Histomorphometric Study in Humans."

To histologically evaluate hard and soft tissues adaptation at screw-shaped devices installed at recipient sites in the distal segments of the alveolar edentulous ridge prepared with a buccal bone width of 1 or 2 mm.


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Name: Implant dentistry
ISSN: 1538-2982


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