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Clinical Research & Articles
Clinical Outcomes of Dental Implants with Two Different Internal Connection Configurations—A RCT
The aim of the present study was to highlight clinical and radiographical differences among MultiNeO™ implants sharing the same macro-geometry but with two different prosthodontic connections
Clinical Research & Articles
"The Effect of Coronal Implant Design and Drilling Protocol on Bone-to-Implant Contact: A 3-Month Study in the Minipig Calvarium"
The objective of this study was to evaluate four different MultiNeO™ implant neck designs using two different drilling protocols on the BIC
Clinical Research & Articles
Guidance means accuracy: A randomized clinical trial on freehand versus guided dental implantation
A comparison of three guided surgery protocols (pilot, partial, and full) with each other and with freehand surgery in terms of accuracy, under the same conditions with MultiNeo™ implant
Clinical Research & Articles
Clinical and radiological outcomes of implants with two different connection configurations, a A randomized controlled trial
This study aimed to measure differences in clinical and radiographical parameters between MultiNeO™ implants sharing the same micro & macro design with different connections for 1 year and measure implant success rate, gingival recession, patient's satisfaction, primary and secondary stability
Clinical Research & Articles
Socket-shield technique: the influence of the length of the remaining buccal segment of healthy tooth structure on peri-implant bone and socket preservation. A study in dogs
The aim of this MulitNeO™ study was to evaluate the influence of the length of the root fragment retained on the buccal plate with a different socket shield technique approach for peri-implant bone mainte-nance and socket preservation.
Clinical Research & Articles
The effect of coronal implant design and drilling protocol on bone-to-implant contact. A 3-month preclinical study in minipigs.
The aim of this study is to evaluate and compare various MultiNeO™ implant coronal part designs on the percentage of bone-to-implant contact (%BIC) and bone density by means of histomorphometry.
Lab & Mechanical study
Modelling Insertion Of Two Different Dental Implants
A preliminary report aimed to assess the suitability of the finite element code Abaqus for ICETM & MultiNeoTM Implants