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Profesor de la Facultad de Medicina premiado por trabajo de investigación clínica

Publicado el 17/03/2009 en Facultad de Medicina

El Dr. Juan Carlos Ibañez es profesor de la carrera de Odontología de la Facultad de Medicina de la UCC. Es Director del Proyecto de Carrera de especialización en Implantologia Oral, presentado a CONEAU 2009.

El 26 de febrero de este año obtuvo, junto con su equipo, el premio "Best Oral Clinical Research Presentation Award" que se otorga al mejor trabajo de investigacion clinica del año durante el Acdemy of Osseointegration 2009 Annual Meeting en San Diego California en USA.

El proyecto presentado compitió con 24 trabajos de todo el mundo y se titula: "Immediate Loading of Osseotite Implants in Fully Edentulous Patients: 6 to 121 Months Results"

Abstract de la publicación de la revista del Congreso:

Immediate loading has become a frequently used protocol for loading multiple implants in both arches. In this prospective investigation 96 consecutive cases were treated with 665 double acid-etched threaded implants since May 1998. Twenty-one mandibular and twenty seven maxillary cases received screw-retained provisional prostheses the day of surgery. Twenty six mandibular and twenty two maxillary cases were immediately loaded 24 to 48 hours after surgery with the final screw-retained metal-ceramic or metal-resin prostheses. All 411 maxillary implants and 254 mandibular implants were utilized for immediate loading and were followed for a minimum of 6 months to a maximum of 121 months (ten years). Follow up consisted of both clinical and radiographic examination once a year and RFA measurements.
The cumulative success rate obtained was 99.09 % (99.02% for maxillary implants and 99.21% for mandibular implants). Only two mandibular implants and four maxillary implants were considered failures. The bone level was measured from the first bone to implant contact point every year. The radiographic bone level change was 0.37 mm at the 1st year, 0.51 mm at the 2nd year, 0.69 mm at the 3th year, 0.71 mm at the 4th year, 0.81 at the 5th year month, 0.91 at the 6th , 1.18 at the 7th year, 1.26 at 8th year, 1.55 at the 9th year and 1.85 at the 10th year follow up. When RFA was performed after cicatrisation, only two implants results with an ISQ lower than 50 (n= 553).
It is concluded that a high success rate can be achieved when double acid-etched microtextured implants are immediately loaded with full arch prostheses in the maxilla and the mandible.


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