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    18 Years - N/A
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This will be a prospective, observational study where all implants will be placed in either the maxilla or mandible and loaded immediately (within 48 hours), early (within 6-8 weeks) or delayed (> 8 weeks) with a provisional or definitive prosthesis. The implants will be evaluated yearly for 2 years.


This study aims to enroll a total of 140 patients (140 implants) who are in need of treatment with dental implants in one or more edentulous areas of the maxilla and/or mandible. Approximately 4 sites will be participating, each one contributing 35 patients to the study dataset.

The main objectives of this study will be:

  1. The integration success of the dental implant (as measured by mobility)

  2. The measured changes in peri-implant crestal bone levels for each implant

  3. Confirmation of clinical benefits


Full study title A Prospective, Observational Clinical study of the Safety, Effectiveness and Clinical Benefits of the T3 dental implant system ("KASHMIR")
Protocol number OCR40484 ID NCT05062863


Inclusion Criteria:

  1. Patients of either sex and at least 18 years of age.

  2. Patients for whom a decision has already been made to use a dental implant for the restoration of existing edentulism in the mandible and/or maxilla.

  3. Prior extracted sites or simultaneous extraction/implant placement.

  4. Patients must be physically able to tolerate conventional surgical and restorative procedures.

  5. Patients who provide a signed informed consent.

  6. Patients who agree to be evaluated for each study visit.

Exclusion Criteria:

  1. Patients who are known to be pregnant at the screening visit or planning to become pregnant within 6 months of study enrollment.

  2. Patients who have previously failed dental implants at the site intended for study implant placement.

  3. Patients with active HIV or Hepatitis infection.

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