Bone Quality and the Immediate Loading of Implants—Critical Aspects Based on Literature, Research, and Clinical Experience

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Abstract

Immediate loading of oral implants has been extensively described in the international literature and the requirements for long-term success are evaluated. The author presents here the critical aspects of the criteria for success as well as describes the characteristics of an implant macro- and microdesign for immediate loading to control the periimplant crestal bone loss and secure the long-term stability. Information from the literature and the clinical experience will be presented.

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