Abstract: The optimization of loading protocols following dental implant insertion requires setting up patient-speciﬁc protocols, customized according to the actual implant osseointegration, measured through quantitative, objective methods. Various devices for the assessment of implant stability as an indirect measure of implant osseointegration have been developed. They are analyzed here, introducing the respective physical models, outlining major advantages and critical aspects, and reporting their clinical performance. A careful discussion of underlying hypotheses is ﬁnally reported, as is a suggestion for further development of instrumentation and signal analysis.
|Titolo:||Clinical assessment of dental implant stability during follow-up: What is actually measured, and perspectives|
CALI', MICHELE [Methodology]
|Data di pubblicazione:||2018|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|