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Year : 2020  |  Volume : 10  |  Issue : 2  |  Page : 457-462

Consensus regarding 16 recognized and clinically proven methods and sub-methods for placing corticobasal® oral implants

1 Head of Dental Implant Faculty (2019 - 2021), International Implant Foundation, Munich, Germany
2 Department of Evidence and Research, International Implant Foundation, Munich, Germany

Correspondence Address:
Dr. Ihde Antonina
International Implant Foundation, Head of Dental Implant Faculty (2019–2021), Leopoldstr. 116, DE-80802 Munich
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DOI: 10.4103/ams.ams_62_20

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This Consensus-Document is issued by the International Implant Foundation (Munich/Germany). It describes distinct methods of placement of cortico-basal oral implants in different areas of the jaw bone and the maxillo-facial skeleton. The implants utilize the method of “osseofixation” instead of “osseointegration” for achieving primary, functional stability, hence they work according to the (AO-) principles of fracture treatment. The concept of the technology allows for immediate functional loading, just as it allows for various types of loading following orthopaedic surgery. The 16 methods and sub-methods as described and displayed here have been undergoing extensive observation and testing and they have been approved by the Board of the International Implant Foundation. All Consensus Documents of the International Implant Foundation are revised every three years. This is the 3rd version of the Consensus Document on placement of corticobasal oral implants Level of Evidence: S3 (evidence based, systematically developed consensus guideline).

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