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1.  Immediate denture fabrication: a clinical report 
Annali di Stomatologia  2014;4(3-4):273-277.
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The aim of the present clinical report was to describe the use of a patient’s extensive fixed prosthesis, where the supporting teeth were hopeless, for fabricating an interim immediate complete denture. The present procedure was used to replicate the vertical dimension, phonetic and aesthetic of the existing fixed prostheses as part of an immediate denture and a final complete denture.
PMCID: PMC3935354  PMID: 24611094
immediate complete denture; dental prosthesis; vertical dimension
2.  Macroscopic and microscopic evaluation of a new implant design supporting immediately loaded full arch rehabilitation 
Annali di Stomatologia  2012;3(2):44-50.
Summary
The purpose of this study is to evaluate macroscopic and microscopic appearance of a new implant design, with particular emphasis given to the type of prosthesis connection. Two dental implants of the same type (Torque Type®, WinSix®, BioSAFin. S.r.l. - Ancona, Italy), with sandblasted and acid etched surfaces (Micro Rough Surface®), but differing from each other for the prosthesis connection system, were examined by scanning electron microscope (SEM) analysis at different magnifications: TTI implant, with a hexagonal internal connection, and TTX implant, with a hexagonal external connection. SEM analysis showed that the Torque Type® implant is characterized by a truncated cone shape with tapered tips. The implant body showed a double loop thread and double pitch with blunt tips. For both types of connection, the implant neck was 0.7 mm in height with a 3% taper. This implant design may be able to guarantee osteotomic properties at the time of insertion in a surgical site suitably prepared, a facilitated screwing, thanks to the thread pitch and to the broad and deep draining grooves, thereby ensuring a good primary stability. The different connection design appears defined and precise, in order to ensure a good interface between the fixture and the prosthetic components. Therefore, this design appears to be particularly suitable in cases where a good primary stability is necessary and a precise coupling between endosseous and prosthetic components, as it allows an easy insertion of the fixture even in conditions of reduced bone availability, and in cases of immediately loaded full-arch rehabilitations.
PMCID: PMC3476494  PMID: 23087785
dental implant; Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM); implant connection

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