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Benefits and limitations of single implant treatment

Key points

  • The application of implants for single-tooth replacements has evolved into a viable surgical and prosthodontic treatment option with reporting of excellent implant survival rates and satisfied patients.
  • It is crucial to carefully examine the patient’s expectations, available hard and soft tissues, and available interdental and interocclusal space.

Clinical topics

Diagnosis and treatment planning
Patient assessment

Digital Textbooks

Single implants and their restoration
The high survival rates of single dental implants have made them a highly desirable option for replacing single teeth. Several studies identified survival rates for single implants that ranged between 94.4% and 99% with a mean survival rate of 96.7%. The American Dental Association Council on Scientific Affairs evaluated 10 studies involving 1,453 single tooth implants and reported a mean survival rate of 96.7%.

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