Minimally Invasive Transmucosal Insertion
and Immediate Provisonalization of OnePiece Implant in Partially Edentulous
Dr. Narpatsingh Rajput,
207/B, Toral Krupa, Cross Cabin Road, Bhayandar East, Mumbai-401105, Maharashtra, India.
Phone: 9987959095, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Although dental implantology had evolved over number of years, many dental surgeons are unaware of the concept of immediate loading
with use of titanium one-piece implants that began in the early 1960s. Although long term success have been revealed with the use of
two piece implants over the period of years, many obstacles like pain, inflammation and the bacterial migration into the micro-gap of
two-piece implants when they are loaded; loosening and even fractures of the internal screws when they are loaded which limits patient
acceptance towards dental implants. Immediate loading of one piece implants by using provisional acrylic resin crown with minimally
invasive or atraumatic, flapless surgical procedures provides a better soft tissue adhesion and seal to form a healthy collar, avoids a
second stage surgical procedure and with higher patient acceptance . One-piece implant also allows a minimally invasive trans-mucosal
flapless placement and limits the requirement of hard tissue grafting procedures. With all these conception, the present case report
evaluated the clinical performance of a one-piece implant in a partially edentulous posterior mandible.