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Prótese fixa sobre implantes: cimentar ou aparafusar? Prótese fixa sobre implantes: cimentar ou aparafusar?

Author(s):

Miguel Stanley, DDS;Ricardo Vieira Alho

Date Added:

4/15/2010


Summary:

Desde as pioneiras investigações efe c tuadas por Bränemarke colegas que a proc u ra de soluções previsíveis a longo prazo tem vindo a suscitar discussões acerca dos materiais e técnicas utilizadas em implantologia. Uma dessas questões está relacionada com o tipo de conexão entre o implante e a restauração suprajacente. Esta poderá ser globalmente dividida em três categorias: retenção por aparafusamento oclusal, por aparafusamento lateral e por cimentação1. Existem, para além destas, outras técnicas alternativas, como a combinação da cimentação e do aparafusamento na mesma prótese (próteses cimentadas, com parafusos linguais ou palatinos) . Apesar da grande variedade de opções que temos actualmente ao nosso dispor, existe ainda alguma falta de dados baseados em evidência científica que nos permitam escolher a melhor alternativa2, sendo a opção muitas vezes efectuada com base no “gosto” pessoal de cada clínico. O objectivo deste artigo é estabelecer uma comparação entre a prostodontia implanto - suportada aparafusada e cimentada, a nível estético e funcional, focando as principais diferenças e vantagens de cada uma das opções.

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