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IP International Journal of Periodontology and Implantology


A short term comparative evaluation of effectiveness of early loaded versus delayed loaded single tooth implants a clinical study


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Author Details : Abhishek Verma, Irfanul Huda*, Aaysha Tabinda Nabi, M L Bhongade

Volume : 4, Issue : 3, Year : 2019

Article Page : 79-87


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Abstract

Introduction: To study the evaluation of effectiveness of early loaded versus delayed loaded single tooth implants.
Aims & Objectives: To compare the effect of early loading implant (7-14 days) with delayed loading implant (4-5 months) after surgery on clinical and radiographic parameters, with 6 months follow-up.
Material and Methods: 20 systemically healthy patients present with single missing tooth either in maxilla / mandible were treated with either early loading or delayed loading of single tooth implant.
Results: Significant reduction in the plaque and papillary bleeding index at 6 months post-surgery indicated satisfactory improvement in oral hygiene and gingival condition. Delayed loaded implants group had a success rate of 100%, while early loaded implant group had 90%.

Keywords: Early loading, Delayed loading, Single tooth implant.

Doi : 10.18231/j.ijpi.2019.018

How to cite : Verma A, Huda I, Nabi A T, Bhongade M L, A short term comparative evaluation of effectiveness of early loaded versus delayed loaded single tooth implants a clinical study. IP Int J Periodontol Implantol 2019;4(3):79-87

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