Mg Osseous implants. A multicentric retrospective study

Revista Española de Cirugía Oral y Maxilofacial 2006; Volume 28, Issue 6: 339-348

OBJECTIVE

We present some statistically contrasted results regarding the survival and incidences of MG-OSSEOUS implants and prosthetic components (Mozo-Grau, S.L., Valladolid, Spain), and we prove that they have the same efficacy when comparedwith other commercial implants.

MATERIALS Y METHODS

This is a retrospective multicentric study coordinated by a company called Scientific Management in O&SS (Barcelona, Spain). 1001 dental implants were placed in 247 patients and 328 pros- theses were designed between 2004 and 2005, with a follow-up of two years. All implants were loaded with prostheses. We detail and analyze each implant, according to the diameter, length, position, surgical timing, loadings, design and types of prostheses and complementary surgical procedures, either synchronic or metachronic.

RESULTS

After the statistical method was homogenized, we were able to report an overall implant survival rate of 97.8% with monitoring of two years. The failures depending on the peculiarities of each clinical case are provided. No prosthetic failures are reported.

CONCLUSION

The mixture between the quality of the MGOSSEOUS implants and the scientifically supported criteria regarding the implants, reveals an implant failure of 2.2% over two years, with a survival of 100% of both the replaced implants and the loaded prostheses.

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