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Which dental implant systems recommended for immediate loading protocol?
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The immediate loading protocol for dental implants is recommended for systems that emphasize simplicity, initial stability, and reduced surgical steps. Systems like mandibular mini-implant overdentures (MIODs) placed under a two-step immediate loading protocol have shown promising treatment outcomes, with high implant survival rates, minimal bone level changes, and improved patient satisfaction[1]. Additionally, root form implants have been reported to osseointegrate predictably even with exposure to the oral cavity through soft tissue, supporting the feasibility of immediate loading[2] [3]. Immediate loading offers advantages such as reduced pain, chair time, and soft and hard tissue loss, making it an attractive option for patients undergoing dental implant procedures[4] [5]. Therefore, systems that ensure initial stability and follow specific protocols based on bone density are recommended for successful immediate loading protocols.

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