Immediate rehabilitations of atrophic jaws using tilted implants

Enrico Agliardi, Matteo Clericò, Matteo Consonni, Davide Romeo,Italy
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Release date: 04/21/2020
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Since many years, rehabilitation according to the Brånemark protocol (Toronto-Bridge) has represented the gold standard in case of full-arch fixed implant hybrid prostheses. This approach consists in four to six implants, axially placed in the pre-maxilla or in the interforaminal region of the mandible, supporting a fixed bridge with bilateral distal extensions (cantilevers). Implant and prosthetic success rates were very high also in the long-term, exceeding 20 years of follow-up.

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About the authors

Dr. Enrico L.
Agliardi obtained his Doctorate in Medicine from the University of Milano (Italy) and he specialized in Maxillofacial surgery and Orthodontics from the same university.

Dr. Davide Romeo
He graduated in dentistry at the University of Milano, Italy. He received his PhD in new Techniques in Oral Prostheses and Rehabilitation from the same university and he attended the Full time Advanced Program in Periodontics at New York University.

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