Implant vs abutment level connection in implant supported screw-retained fixed partial dentures with cobalt-chrome framework: 1-year interim results of a randomized clinical study.

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Summary of "Implant vs abutment level connection in implant supported screw-retained fixed partial dentures with cobalt-chrome framework: 1-year interim results of a randomized clinical study."

Screw-retained fixed partial dentures (FPD) have shown a lower incidence of biologic complications and an easier retrievability compared with cemented FPD.


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Name: Clinical implant dentistry and related research
ISSN: 1708-8208


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