Tooth-Implant Connection: A Review
Journal of Oral Implantology,

Hoffmann O et al. – Long–term success rates for tooth–implant connections are lower than for solely implant–supported restorations with regard to prognosis for teeth, implants, and suprastructure. Use of rigid connectors leads to more favorable clinical outcomes in terms of long–term stability, occurrence of complications, and tooth intrusion.

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