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How do peri-implant biologic parameters correspond with implant survival and peri-implantitis? A critical review.
Doornewaard R, et al. Clin Oral Implants Res 2018 - Review. PMID 30306697 Free PMC article.
There was no relation between the probing depth or bleeding and the mean bone loss, mean follow-up time, and reported prevalence of peri-implantitis. CONCLUSION: Biologic parameters mean probing depth and mean bleeding on probing do not correlate with mean bone loss and this irrespective of follow-up. ...
There was no relation between the probing depth or bleeding and the mean bone loss, mean follow-up time, and reported p …
Peri-implant health and disease. A systematic review of current epidemiology
Derks J and Tomasi C. J Clin Periodontol 2015 - Review. PMID 25495683
BACKGROUND: To develop preventive strategies addressing peri-implant diseases, a thorough understanding of the epidemiology is required. ...The meta-regression showed a positive relationship between prevalence of peri-implantitis and function time and a negative relationship between prevalence of peri-implantitis and threshold for bone loss. ...
BACKGROUND: To develop preventive strategies addressing peri-implant diseases, a thorough understanding of the epidemiology is requir
Effectiveness of Implant Therapy Analyzed in a Swedish Population: Prevalence of Peri-implantitis
Derks J, et al. J Dent Res 2016 - Clinical Trial. Among authors: Berglundh T. PMID 26701919
Prevalence of peri-implantitis was assessed and risk indicators were identified by multilevel regression analysis. Forty-five percent of all patients presented with peri-implantitis (bleeding on probing/suppuration and bone loss >0.5 mm). Moderate/severe peri-implantitis (bleeding on probing/suppuration and bone loss >2 mm) was diagnosed in 14.5%. Patients with periodontitis and with ≥4 implants, as well as implants of certain brands and prosthetic therapy delivered by general practitioners, exhibited higher odds ratios for moderate/severe peri-implantitis. ...
Prevalence of peri-implantitis was assessed and risk indicators were identified by multilevel regression analysis. Forty-five percent …
Marginal bone loss around implants with platform-switched Morse-cone connection: a radiographic cross-sectional study.
Degidi M, et al. Clin Oral Implants Res 2017. PMID 27406899
Radiographs taken at baseline, that is 1 year after loading (T0), and at the follow-up visit in 2013 (T1) were examined. The distance between the rim of the implant and the marginal bone level at mesial and distal aspects of each implant was determined and the mean bone loss calculated. RESULTS: In the total sample, the mean bone loss occurred between baseline and 2013 examination was 0.42 ± 0.77 mm; at T1 424 implants presented the marginal bone level at the implant rim (78) or above it (346). ...
Radiographs taken at baseline, that is 1 year after loading (T0), and at the follow-up visit in 2013 (T1) were examined. The distance …
Relationship between oral alveolar bone loss and aging among African-American and Caucasian individuals.
Streckfus CF, et al. Gerontology 1999. PMID 9933734
BACKGROUND: The periodontal attachment apparatus consists of the periodontal ligament, alveolar bone, cementum and supra-crestal connective tissue. ...CONCLUSION: The results of this study suggest age-related alveolar bone loss....
BACKGROUND: The periodontal attachment apparatus consists of the periodontal ligament, alveolar bone, cementum and supr
Alveolar bone loss in 5-year-old New Zealand children: its prevalence and relationship to caries prevalence, socio-economic status and ethnic origin.
Bimstein E, et al. J Clin Periodontol 1994. PMID 7929855
This study investigated the prevalence of alveolar bone loss (ABL) in 5-year-old New Zealand children. The relationship of bone loss with the prevalence of caries, socio-economic status and ethnic origin was examined. Standardized bite-wing radiographs from 317 children were used to examine the alveolar bone in 1784 sites. Questionable bone loss (QBL) was evident in 8.5% of the children and definite bone loss (DBL) in 2.1%. ...
This study investigated the prevalence of alveolar bone loss (ABL) in 5-year-old New Zealand children. The relationship of …
Systemic diseases among patients with and without alveolar bone loss.
Al-Emadi A, et al. Quintessence Int 2006. Among authors: Bissada N. PMID 17078273
Hypertension and diabetes remained significantly more prevalent among subjects with more severe alveolar bone loss even after adjusting for confounders. Also, subjects with moderate to severe alveolar bone loss were 4 times more likely than their counterparts to have 3 or more systemic conditions. ...
Hypertension and diabetes remained significantly more prevalent among subjects with more severe alveolar bone loss even after …
Assessment of risk for periodontal disease. II. Risk indicators for alveolar bone loss.
Grossi SG, et al. J Periodontol 1995. PMID 7891246
This study examined the risk indicators for alveolar bone loss associated with periodontal infection. A cross-section of 1,361 subjects aged 25 to 74 years, from Erie County, NY were evaluated for interproximal alveolar bone loss and potential explanatory variables including age, gender, history of systemic diseases, smoking, and presence of 8 subgingival bacteria. Interproximal alveolar bone loss was measured from the alveolar crest to the CEJ and a mean computed for each subject. The mean bone loss per subject (BL) ranged from 0.4 to 8.8 mm, and this outcome variable was grouped into 4 ordered categories. ...
This study examined the risk indicators for alveolar bone loss associated with periodontal infection. A cross-section of 1,361 …
An "S-shaped" relationship between smoking duration and alveolar bone loss: generating a hypothesis.
Schuller AA and Holst D. J Periodontol 2001. PMID 11577947
Alveolar bone loss was measured on bite-wing radiographs. Simple descriptive statistics were used to describe the central tendency and variation in alveolar bone loss. Regression analyses were performed to study the relationship between smoking duration and alveolar bone loss. RESULTS: Mean alveolar bone loss varied between 1.51 mm and 2.64 mm depending on smoking status and age. ...
Alveolar bone loss was measured on bite-wing radiographs. Simple descriptive statistics were used to describe the centr
Impact of annual bone loss and different bone quality on dental implant success - A finite element study.
Linetskiy I, et al. Comput Biol Med 2017. PMID 29112907
BACKGROUND: For dental implant success, experimentally established thresholds should limit bone stresses and strains. From these metrics, the ultimate functional load, which determines the implant load-carrying capacity, can be calculated. ...Models of I-IV bone types were designed. 3.3 × 8.0 mm (A), 4.1 × 12.0 mm (B) and 4.8 × 14.0 mm (C) implants were analyzed at 10 levels of bone loss. ...
BACKGROUND: For dental implant success, experimentally established thresholds should limit bone stresses and strains. From the
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