Review Article of International Journal of Dental Research and Reviews
A review on the performance of the proactive implant surface
Mazen A. Almasri
Associate professor of oral maxillofacial surgery, King Abdulaiz University, Jeddah City, Saudi Arabia
Objective: to review the performance of the proactive hydrophilic implant system in the implantology practice.
Materials and methods: a thorough literature review took place by looking into pubmed and google scholar searching engines. A total number of 310 articles were found. The aim was to review the literature commenting on the clinical and microlevel performances. Hence, 21 articles were included to cover three major categories which are: in Microlevel (group A), clinical (group B), and performance with grafting materials (group C).
Results: Group A; showed stable osseointegration indicating the efficacy of the hydrophilic proactive surface. Group B; indicated favourable outcomes in managing cases of immediate implants with successful variable loading protocols. Group C; showed favourable reactions with grafting and non-grafting groups.
Conclusion: It seems that the proactive implant surface is showing promising results with acceptable supporting literature so far.
Keywords: dental implant, surface, hydrophilic, proactive, Neoss
How to cite this article:
Emilia Karova, Irina Tsenova, Viktoria Petrova, Alexander Bonchev, Violeta Dogandzhiyska. Perceptions of Endodontic Treatment Outcomes Provided by Undergraduate Students and Endodontic Specialists. International Journal of Dental Research and Reviews, 2019, 2:12. DOI: 10.28933/ijdrr-2019-03-1507
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