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Marginal bone response of submerged and non-submerged osteoconductive alkali-etched implants in thick and thin biotypes: A 2-year clinical follow-up study.

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Summary of "Marginal bone response of submerged and non-submerged osteoconductive alkali-etched implants in thick and thin biotypes: A 2-year clinical follow-up study."

This follow-up study evaluated the implant success rate and marginal bone response of submerged and non-submerged osteoconductive two-piece implants with a moderately rough implant neck in thick and thin gingival biotypes.

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Name: The International journal of oral & maxillofacial implants
ISSN: 1942-4434
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