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International Journal of Morphology

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OLATE, Sergio et al. The Cervical Area of Dental Implants Present More Osseous Formation Than Apical Area in Different Load and Design Condition: Preliminary Results. Int. J. Morphol. [online]. 2009, vol.27, n.2, pp.407-412. ISSN 0717-9502.

Dental implants have evolved of substantial form in the last 40 years; however, doubt about osseous repair characteristic are maintained because new design and surgical method are applied. The aim of this research is show the mineralized tissue in different areas of the implant. Was done a study based to a immediate load model applied in 7 male dogs mandible. Was realized the dental extractions of de bilateral mandibles bicusp and after to 3 month of recuperations was installed two bilaterally implants, been conical and cylindered shape. After of two sacrifices period was realized a histomorphometric analysis in the selection cut. The results are present with perceptual form, establishing cervical, meddle and apical comparison. Conical implants with immediaterestoration model were present more osseous formations in all evaluated level. For all conditions of work, cervical area presented more mineralized tissue than apical area. We conclude that immediately restoration model it is not an obstacle for the installation of the appropriate sequence for the osseous reparation and that different factors have been associated to the more osseous formation in the cervical area of the dental implants.

Palavras-chave : Dental implants; Inmediately load; Histomorphometric analysis.

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