Clinical Trial

Short Dental Implants Versus Long Dental Implants

Study Description

Short Dental Implants (5 mm) Versus Long Dental Implants (10 mm)

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the survival rate of 5 mm short implants compared to longer implants (10 mm) placed in sinus-grafted sites. Primary aim: Compare bone loss between the two groups Secondary aim: Compare surgical time and patient-reported outcomes (satisfaction and post-operative pain)

Location

Locations Selected Location

Methods

No pharmaceutical medication involved No pharmaceutical medication involved
Patients and healthy individuals accepted Patients and healthy individuals accepted

Device - Zimmer T3 Short Ex Hex With Discrete Crystalline Deposition

Placement of a short implant

Device - Zimmer T3 with DCD Ex Hex Parallel Walled implants

Placement of a long implant with sinus lift and bone graft

Additional Information

Official Study Title

Short Dental Implants (5 mm) Versus Long Dental Implants (10 mm) in Combination With Sinus Floor Elevation: A Randomized Clinical Trial

Clinical Trial ID

NCT04144322

ParticipAid ID

e31WQb