US Clinical Trial NCT03950284

Assessment of the Stability of Immediately Loaded Dental Implants With the All-on-four Technique in Free Vascularized Fibular Grafts Used for Reconstruction of the Jaws  May 13, 2019

• Preoperative phase :

Patients will be subjected to:

- Case history including personal data, medical, surgical and family history.

- Clinical examination

- Radiographic examination using computed tomography (C.T) bony and soft tissue window.

- Diagnostic studying casts.

- Operative phase :

All cases will undergo surgery under local regional anesthesia. Injection of local anaesthesia (Articaine 4% and 1:100000 epinephrine) for regional infiltration. Sequential drilling then insertion of the dental implant fixtures and abutments on which the prefabricated temporary prosthesis will be fixed.

• Postoperative care Proper postoperative instructions will be given to the patient such as strict oral hygiene measures and soft diet for 1 month, in addition to the postoperative medications including antibiotics (amoxicillin 1g capsules b.d.s ) and analgesics (diclofenac potassium 50mg as needed). Adherence to follow ups will be also instructed

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All on Four Technique Free Fibula Flaps Reconstructed Jaws

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Source:  NIH Last updated:  Jun 12, 2019

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