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Computer-guided implant therapy and soft-and hard-tissue aspects: the third EAO consensus conference 2012

(2012) CLINICAL ORAL IMPLANTS RESEARCH. 23(suppl. 6). p.157-161
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Introduction: The objectives of this working group were to update the existing knowledge base in computer-guided implant treatment (accuracy and clinical advantages), to search for scientific evidence on the need for keratinized tissue around implants, and to review recent literature in the search for new insights into ridge preservation after tooth extraction. Material and methods: The literature was systematically searched and critically reviewed. Four manuscripts were prepared, three systematic and one narrative review, that allowed the group to develop evidence-based conclusions, as well as clinical implications and recommendations for future research. Results: The results and conclusions of the reviews were presented in the following papers: • Van Assche et al. (2012) Accuracy of computer-aided implant placement. • Hultin et al. (2012) Clinical advantages of computer-guided implant placement: a systematic review. • Wennstro¨m & Derks (2012) Is there a need for keratinized mucosa around implants to maintain health and tissue stability? • Wang & Lang (2012) Ridge preservation after tooth extraction. The group’s consensus statements, clinical implications and implications for future research are presented in this article.
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biomaterials, immediate implant placement, soft tissue grafts, dental implant, bone loss

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Sicilia, Alberto, et al. “Computer-Guided Implant Therapy and Soft-and Hard-Tissue Aspects: The Third EAO Consensus Conference 2012.” CLINICAL ORAL IMPLANTS RESEARCH, vol. 23, no. suppl. 6, 2012, pp. 157–61.
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Sicilia, A., Botticelli, D., Working Group 3, the, Cordaro, L., De Bruyn, H., Derks, J., … Wismeijer, D. (2012). Computer-guided implant therapy and soft-and hard-tissue aspects: the third EAO consensus conference 2012. CLINICAL ORAL IMPLANTS RESEARCH, 23(suppl. 6), 157–161.
Chicago author-date
Sicilia, Alberto, Daniele Botticelli, the Working Group 3, Luca Cordaro, Hugo De Bruyn, Jan Derks, Margareta Hultin, et al. 2012. “Computer-Guided Implant Therapy and Soft-and Hard-Tissue Aspects: The Third EAO Consensus Conference 2012.” CLINICAL ORAL IMPLANTS RESEARCH 23 (suppl. 6): 157–61.
Chicago author-date (all authors)
Sicilia, Alberto, Daniele Botticelli, the Working Group 3, Luca Cordaro, Hugo De Bruyn, Jan Derks, Margareta Hultin, Niklaus P Lang, Tomas Linkevicius, Victor Palarie, Anders Petersson, Marc Quirynen, Eric Rompen, Mats Trulsson, Nele van Assche, and Daniel Wismeijer. 2012. “Computer-Guided Implant Therapy and Soft-and Hard-Tissue Aspects: The Third EAO Consensus Conference 2012.” CLINICAL ORAL IMPLANTS RESEARCH 23 (suppl. 6): 157–161.
Vancouver
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Sicilia A, Botticelli D, Working Group 3 the, Cordaro L, De Bruyn H, Derks J, et al. Computer-guided implant therapy and soft-and hard-tissue aspects: the third EAO consensus conference 2012. CLINICAL ORAL IMPLANTS RESEARCH. 2012;23(suppl. 6):157–61.
IEEE
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A. Sicilia et al., “Computer-guided implant therapy and soft-and hard-tissue aspects: the third EAO consensus conference 2012,” CLINICAL ORAL IMPLANTS RESEARCH, vol. 23, no. suppl. 6, pp. 157–161, 2012.
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  abstract     = {Introduction: The objectives of this working group were to update the existing knowledge base in computer-guided implant treatment (accuracy and clinical advantages), to search for scientific evidence on the need for keratinized tissue around implants, and to review recent literature in the search for new insights into ridge preservation after tooth extraction.
Material and methods: The literature was systematically searched and critically reviewed. Four manuscripts were prepared, three systematic and one narrative review, that allowed the group to develop evidence-based conclusions, as well as clinical implications and recommendations for future research.
Results: The results and conclusions of the reviews were presented in the following papers:
• Van Assche et al. (2012) Accuracy of computer-aided implant placement.
• Hultin et al. (2012) Clinical advantages of computer-guided implant placement: a systematic review.
• Wennstro¨m & Derks (2012) Is there a need for keratinized mucosa around implants to maintain health and tissue stability?
• Wang & Lang (2012) Ridge preservation after tooth extraction.
The group’s consensus statements, clinical implications and implications for future research are presented in this article.},
  author       = {Sicilia, Alberto and Botticelli, Daniele and Working Group 3, the and Cordaro, Luca and De Bruyn, Hugo and Derks, Jan and Hultin, Margareta and Lang, Niklaus P and Linkevicius, Tomas and Palarie, Victor and Petersson, Anders and Quirynen, Marc and Rompen, Eric and Trulsson, Mats and van Assche, Nele and Wismeijer, Daniel},
  issn         = {0905-7161},
  journal      = {CLINICAL ORAL IMPLANTS RESEARCH},
  keywords     = {biomaterials,immediate implant placement,soft tissue grafts,dental implant,bone loss},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Pfäffikon, Switserland},
  number       = {suppl. 6},
  pages        = {157--161},
  title        = {Computer-guided implant therapy and soft-and hard-tissue aspects: the third EAO consensus conference 2012},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1600-0501.2012.02553.x},
  volume       = {23},
  year         = {2012},
}

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