Objective: The aim of this clinical study was to compare innovative OT Equator Profile (EP) Attachment (Rhein83, Bologna, Italy) with MUA supporting full arch implant rehabilitations. The evaluations regard: patient satisfaction, number of clinical sessions, prosthetic complications, survival rates. Method: The 15 Participating Patients (7 males, 8 females, mean age 70 ±10years) with full-arch implant retained by OT EP Attachment (4 males,4 females) and MUA (3 males, 4 females) participated in this clinical study. From 4 to 8 implants were placed in edentulous arch . Fixed Provisional rehabilitations are loaded immediately. Prosthetic rehabilitation was final realized after 6 weeks. Were compared the overall technical time to realize the final prosthesis with the two methods. Patient’s satisfaction was evaluated with a questionnaire with a VAS from 1 to 5. Survival rates and maintenance procedures or prosthetic complications were also recorded during the follow-up period. Result: Patient satisfaction was 4.35 ± 0.37 for EP reahabilitations and 4.25 ±0.26 for MUA reahabilitations . The number of technical passages and time of realization with both methods resulted Significantly Reduced Compared to conventional procedures. During a mean observation time of 24 ± 2 months no implant was lost and no peri-implantitis occurred (100% survival rate). Maintenance: No prosthetic complication occurred. Conclusion: We can conclude that EP and MUA get the same clinical findings in terms of patient satisfaction and prosthetic success; Equator Profile has shown more versatility and ease of use in the management of implant with limited parallel and prosthetic phases.

Implant Bridge Rehabilitations: Equator Profile Vs Multi Unit Abutment / Bortolini, Sergio; Berzaghi, Andrea; Natali, Alfredo; Martinolli, Matteo; Nardi, R; Consolo, Ugo. - In: JOURNAL OF DENTAL RESEARCH. - ISSN 1544-0591. - ELETTRONICO. - Vol. 92, Special Issue A, 1049:(2013), pp. 119-119. ((Intervento presentato al convegno IADR 91th General Session tenutosi a Seattle (WA) - USA nel March 20-23, 2013.

Implant Bridge Rehabilitations: Equator Profile Vs Multi Unit Abutment.

BORTOLINI, Sergio;BERZAGHI, Andrea;NATALI, Alfredo;MARTINOLLI, MATTEO;CONSOLO, Ugo
2013-01-01

Abstract

Objective: The aim of this clinical study was to compare innovative OT Equator Profile (EP) Attachment (Rhein83, Bologna, Italy) with MUA supporting full arch implant rehabilitations. The evaluations regard: patient satisfaction, number of clinical sessions, prosthetic complications, survival rates. Method: The 15 Participating Patients (7 males, 8 females, mean age 70 ±10years) with full-arch implant retained by OT EP Attachment (4 males,4 females) and MUA (3 males, 4 females) participated in this clinical study. From 4 to 8 implants were placed in edentulous arch . Fixed Provisional rehabilitations are loaded immediately. Prosthetic rehabilitation was final realized after 6 weeks. Were compared the overall technical time to realize the final prosthesis with the two methods. Patient’s satisfaction was evaluated with a questionnaire with a VAS from 1 to 5. Survival rates and maintenance procedures or prosthetic complications were also recorded during the follow-up period. Result: Patient satisfaction was 4.35 ± 0.37 for EP reahabilitations and 4.25 ±0.26 for MUA reahabilitations . The number of technical passages and time of realization with both methods resulted Significantly Reduced Compared to conventional procedures. During a mean observation time of 24 ± 2 months no implant was lost and no peri-implantitis occurred (100% survival rate). Maintenance: No prosthetic complication occurred. Conclusion: We can conclude that EP and MUA get the same clinical findings in terms of patient satisfaction and prosthetic success; Equator Profile has shown more versatility and ease of use in the management of implant with limited parallel and prosthetic phases.
Vol. 92, Special Issue A, 1049
119
119
Bortolini, Sergio; Berzaghi, Andrea; Natali, Alfredo; Martinolli, Matteo; Nardi, R; Consolo, Ugo
Implant Bridge Rehabilitations: Equator Profile Vs Multi Unit Abutment / Bortolini, Sergio; Berzaghi, Andrea; Natali, Alfredo; Martinolli, Matteo; Nardi, R; Consolo, Ugo. - In: JOURNAL OF DENTAL RESEARCH. - ISSN 1544-0591. - ELETTRONICO. - Vol. 92, Special Issue A, 1049:(2013), pp. 119-119. ((Intervento presentato al convegno IADR 91th General Session tenutosi a Seattle (WA) - USA nel March 20-23, 2013.
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