Clinical effects of implant solidarity

The technological and thought evolution in the implant field has led in the last period to re-evaluate in full the importance of immediate loading.
Solidification is useful in all techniques, not only for immediate loading, as implant stabilization is an indispensable condition for implant osseointegration and regardless of the type of load.
Moreover, this concept is the basis of all orthopedic implantology. This practice has always been the basis of all the procedures related to the monophasic technique. The element that unites the various procedures is however the primary stability that represents the objective to be sought in absolute terms. Only with the immobility of the plants is it possible to achieve maximum integration. In fact, we know that micro-movements induce the formation of connective tissue in the bone-implant interface. On the other hand it is known that in accordance with the laws of Roux and Wolf it is fundamental to stimulate the bone to produce tissue with the appropriate histological features.
With the process of solidarisation through a welded bar it was possible, in addition to stability, to obtain the result of freeing the prosthetic system from the effects caused by the bending of the girder elements (see Lorenzon – Bignardi – Dental Cadmos 2003 vol. 71.10). The connection bar in fact works by compression and by traction and not by bending like a bridge girder. Hence it follows a fall of the voltage at the level of the intracortical passage section, so that the typical pericervical re-absorption of the single implants, both mono and biphasic, is not formed. Indeed implants with present lesion and 1st and 2nd gender mobility when integrated with other solidarized implants recover stability with regression of the lesion and recovery of cortical levels that mediate in a geometric sense (50% of the lesion depth).

implantologia dentale, protesi ceramica, implantologia carico immediato, dentista
dental implantology, ceramic prosthesis, immediate loading implantology, dentist