Carga inmediata

con resultados duraderos.

La carga inmediata permite al paciente beneficiarse de la restauración inmediatamente después de la colocación del implante. Sin embargo, este protocolo tan exigente comporta un mayor riesgo de fracaso del implante.

Tasa de supervivencia del implante en carga inmediata después de 10 años2

Estudio multicéntrico, controlado, aleatorizado (30 pacientes, 39 implantes)


  • Los nuevos datos a largo plazo de un estudio multicéntrico, controlado y aleatorizado demuestran el impresionante rendimiento de SLActive® con carga inmediata.

  • De hecho, los implantes SLActive® ofrecieron una tasa de supervivencia a los 10 años del 98,2 % en este desafiante protocolo.2

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