Resultado clínico y radiográfico de implantes monobloque compresivos (trate implants) con cirugía mínimamente invasiva y carga inmediata.

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OBJETIVO GENERAL Evaluar la supervivencia, así como los resultados clínicos y radiográficos de implantes compresivos monobloque modelo Compressive de la casa comercial Trate Implants S.L.U.® para rehabilitar a pacientes parcialmente desdentados mediante cirugía mínimamente invasiva (CMI) y carga inmediata (CI). OBJETIVOS ESPECÍFICOS 1.- Estudiar la pérdida ósea marginal de este sistema de implantes monobloque compresivos en un plazo de tiempo de 6 meses 2.- Estudiar el estado de los tejidos gingivales periimplantarios en el mismo plazo de 6 meses de evolución 3.- Llevar a cabo una valoración subjetiva de la satisfacción de los pacientes, tras la cirugía mínimamente invasiva y la carga inmediata
Trabajo Fin de Master encuadrado en la línea de investigación Cirugía Bucal e Implantes
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