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Two-piece implants with turned versus microtextured collars

(2007) Journal of Periodontology. 78(9). p.1657-1663
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Implant companies have been promoting two-piece implants with microtextured collars in the interest of hard tissue preservation and/or soft tissue integration. However, this rationale may not be justified. Based on comparative studies currently available, it is unclear whether microroughened implant necks reduce crestal bone loss. A possible effect may be overruled by the establishment of a biologic width or by other factors influencing crestal bone remodeling. In addition, the orientation and attachment of the collagen fibers in the peri-implant mucosa are a little different because the surface roughness varies at the level of the implant neck. The clinician should be cautious when using these modified implants because the impact of microtextured collars on the initiation and progression of peri-implant pathology is currently unknown.

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Cosyn, Jan et al. “Two-piece Implants with Turned Versus Microtextured Collars.” Journal of Periodontology 2007 : 1657–1663. Print.
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Cosyn, J., Sabzevar, M. M., De Wilde, P., & De Rouck, T. (2007). Two-piece implants with turned versus microtextured collars. Journal of Periodontology. Chicago: Amer.
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Cosyn, Jan, Mehran Moradi Sabzevar, Peter De Wilde, and Tim De Rouck. 2007. “Two-piece Implants with Turned Versus Microtextured Collars.” Journal of Periodontology. Chicago: Amer.
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Cosyn, Jan, Mehran Moradi Sabzevar, Peter De Wilde, and Tim De Rouck. 2007. “Two-piece Implants with Turned Versus Microtextured Collars.” Journal of Periodontology. Chicago: Amer.
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Cosyn J, Sabzevar MM, De Wilde P, De Rouck T. Two-piece implants with turned versus microtextured collars. Journal of Periodontology. Chicago: Amer; 2007. p. 1657–63.
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J. Cosyn, M. M. Sabzevar, P. De Wilde, and T. De Rouck, “Two-piece implants with turned versus microtextured collars,” Journal of Periodontology, vol. 78, no. 9. Amer, Chicago, pp. 1657–1663, 2007.
@misc{855507,
  abstract     = {Implant companies have been promoting two-piece implants with microtextured collars in the interest of hard tissue preservation and/or soft tissue integration. However, this rationale may not be justified. Based on comparative studies currently available, it is unclear whether microroughened implant necks reduce crestal bone loss. A possible effect may be overruled by the establishment of a biologic width or by other factors influencing crestal bone remodeling. In addition, the orientation and attachment of the collagen fibers in the peri-implant mucosa are a little different because the surface roughness varies at the level of the implant neck. The clinician should be cautious when using these modified implants because the impact of microtextured collars on the initiation and progression of peri-implant pathology is currently unknown.},
  author       = {Cosyn, Jan and Sabzevar, Mehran Moradi and De Wilde, Peter and De Rouck, Tim},
  issn         = {0022-3492},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {9},
  pages        = {1657--1663},
  publisher    = {Amer},
  series       = {Journal of Periodontology},
  title        = {Two-piece implants with turned versus microtextured collars},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1902/jop.2007.070065},
  volume       = {78},
  year         = {2007},
}

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