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Using bone ring grafts with simultaneous implant placement after three-dimensional augmentation of severely defective bone ridges using computer-guided surgical templates. The study compares accuracy effectiveness by mimics software
To study the effectiveness of computer guided surgical stents in ridge augmentation with implant insertion compared with free hand augmentation
Population (P): patients with massive bone resorption horizontally and vertically, severe bone loss around teeth, periodontal disease or traumatic extraction in partially edentulous maxillary anterior region requiring implant insertion.
Intervention (I): simultaneous implant placement with ridge augmentation using computer guided surgical templates with PRF.
Comparator (C): Free hand simultaneous implant placement with ridge augmentation.
Outcome (O): Patient esthetic satisfaction - Augmentation and implant insertion accuracy
Computer Guided Stent Augmentation, Free Hand Augmentation, Platelet-rich fibrin (PRF), implant
Not yet recruiting
Published on BioPortfolio: 2017-02-10T10:23:22-0500
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