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Early-predictors of marginal bone loss around morse taper connection implants loaded with single crowns: A prospective longitudinal study.

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Summary of "Early-predictors of marginal bone loss around morse taper connection implants loaded with single crowns: A prospective longitudinal study."

Few studies estimated the joint effect of implant design (length and diameter), peri-implant, and occlusal variables on early marginal bone loss. The monitoring of these factors during the first year after implant loading may be effective in preventing early implant failure. This prospective longitudinal study aimed to identify early-predictors of marginal bone loss around morse-tapered connection implants 12 months after implant loading.

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Name: Journal of periodontal research
ISSN: 1600-0765
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