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Dynamic analyses of a soft tissue-implant interface: Biological responses to immediate versus delayed dental implants

Mag 2024

Aellos F, Grauer JA, Harder KG, Dworan JS, Fabbri G, Cuevas PL, Yuan X, Liu B, Brunski JB, Helms JA.
To qualitatively and quantitatively evaluate the formation and maturation of peri-implant soft tissues around 'immediate' and 'delayed' implants.


Long-term survival and success of zirconia screw-retained implant-supported prostheses for up to 12 years: A retrospective multicenter study

Gen 2023

Alessandro Pozzi, Lorenzo Arcuri, Giacomo Fabbri, Guido Singer, Jimmy Londono
The purpose of this retrospective study was to evaluate the long-term clinical and radiographic outcomes of zirconia-based partial and complete screw-retained implant-supported zirconia fixed dental prostheses (ISZFDPs).


A Retrospective Observational Study Assessing the Clinical Outcomes of a Novel Implant System with Low-Speed Site Preparation Protocol and Tri-Oval Implant Geometry

Ago 2022

Giacomo Fabbri, Tristan Staas, Istvan Urban
A novel, biologically friendly implant concept system introduces low-speed (50 rpm) site preparation instruments used without irrigation and a tri-oval, tapered implant designed to reduce stress on cortical bone without sacrificing mechanical stability.


A Biologically Driven Concept to Design the Emergence Profile Around Dental Implants: Surgical and Prosthetic Considerations to Optimize Hard and Soft Tissue Integration

Nov 2021

Giacomo Fabbri, Roberto Sorrentino
The emergence profile is a crucial factor in facilitating favorable esthetic outcomes and maintaining peri-implant health and stability. It should be evaluated not simply in terms of morphology but as a clinical variable closely related to material properties and clinical approaches...


Clinical Performance of a Novel Two-Piece Abutment Concept: Results from a Prospective Study with a 1-Year Follow-Up

Apr 2021

Giacomo Fabbri, Tristan Staas, Tomas Linkevicius, Valda Valantiejiene, Oscar González-Martin, Eric Rompen
Development of a stable and healthy soft-tissue barrier around dental implants is key to long-term success of implant-supported prostheses.


Recreating an aesthetic smile: multidisciplinary and metal-free approach using CAD/CAM technology

Dic 2020

Giacomo Fabbri, Giorgio Ban, Roberto Mancini
The aesthetic rehabilitation of patients with functionally compromised dentition frequently involves a multidisciplinary approach.


Increasing the Vertical Dimension of Occlusion: A Multicenter Retrospective Clinical Comparative Study on 100 Patients with Fixed Tooth-Supported, Mixed, and Implant-Supported Full-Arch Rehabilitations

Mag 2018

Giacomo Fabbri, Roberto Sorrentino, Giorgio Cannistraro, Francesco Mintrone, Leonardo Bacherini, Roberto Turrini, Tiziano Bombardelli, Michele Nieri, Mauro Fradeani
This multicenter retrospective clinical study was aimed at comparing the effects of an increase in vertical dimension of occlusion (VDO) in patients with xed rehabilitations. Expert prosthodontists retrospectively evaluated 100 patients treated with an increase of the VDO and xed dental...


The full-mouth mock-up: a dynamic diagnostic approach(DDA) to test function and esthetics in complex rehabilitations with increased vertical dimension of occlusion

Mar 2018

Fabbri G., Cannistraro G., Pulcini C., Sorrentino R.
The mock-up is a diagnostic technique allowing for the intraoral try-in of a prosthetic project. The communication with patients can be significantly improved showing the potential...


Clinical Evaluation of the Influence of Connection Type and Restoration Height on the Reliability of Zirconia Abutments: A Retrospective Study on 965 Abutments with a Mean 6-Year Follow-Up

Gen 2017

Giacomo Fabbri, Mauro Fradeani, Gianluca Dellificorelli, Marco De Lorenzi, Fernando Zarone, Roberto Sorrentino
This multicenter retrospective clinical study aimed to evaluate the clinical performance of zirconia abutments in anterior and posterior regions, focusing on implant-abutment connections...


Clinical reliability of CAD/CAM cross-arch zirconia bridges on immediately loaded implants placed with computer-assisted/template-guided surgery: a retrospective study with a follow-up between 3 and 5 years

Gen 2015

Pozzi A, Holst S, Fabbri G, Tallarico M.
The purpose of this study is to retrospectively evaluate the implant and prosthetic survival and success rates of zirconia-based, implant-supported, screw-retained, cross-arch restorations up to 5 years after placement.