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Early loading of sandblasted, acid-etched implants in the posterior maxilla and mandible: a 1-year follow-up report from a multicenter 3-year prospective study... (click here)

Osseointegrated implant for single-tooth replacement: a retrospective multicenter study on routine use in private practice... (click here)

Dental implants: Is there an age limit for this treatment?

Age is not a deterrent for this kind of treatment, the determining factor is the individual patient's state of health. Many patients of seventy or more years of age are much better surgical candidates than younger patients having systemic or physical complications. In truth, there is no preferable age for this sort of treatment, exactly as there is no ideal age for leg prothesis or bypass. If a person is in good physical condition, there is no counter indication to his desire of improved life quality…

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