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흡연자에서 임플란트의 단기간 성공률 및 변연골 흡수량에 관한 후향적 연구

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 The Retrospective Study of Short Term Success Rate and Marginal Bone Loss of Implants in Smoking Patients 
Authors
 이은웅 ; 양혜주 ; 최성호 ; 조규성 ; 김창성 ; 정의원 ; 이중석 
Citation
 대한구강악안면임프란트학회지 (Implantology), Vol.17(1) : 2~10, 2013 
Journal Title
 대한구강악안면임프란트학회지  (Implantology) 
ISSN
 1229-5418 
Issue Date
2013
Abstract
Purpose: The aim of this study is to retrospectively investigate the effect of smoking on early implant failure and bone remodeling around implants and to evaluate the peri-implant tissue condition regarding smoking duration and implant position. Materials and Methods: The data of 241 implants among 144 patients were analyzed. Patients were divided into 3 groups depending on the duration of smoking: non-smokers, less than 10 years and more than 10 years. All implants were investigated clinically and radiographically at loading time and at 1 year later. Fisher’s exact test and Mann-Whitney U-test were performed to analyze the implant survival, success rate and marginal bone loss. Results: No implant was removed and the overall survival rate was 100%. The mean bone loss was higher during the first year after loading in the smoking groups rather than in the non-smoking group. Patients who have been smoking for more than 10 years or who have maxilla-placed implants showed more marginal bone loss compared to the other groups. Implant success rate showed reverse tendency with marginal bone loss. Conclusion: Although smokers are not more prone to lose implant, more marginal bone loss and lower implant success rate were observed, especially in long term heavy smokers and maxilla area.
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http://ir.ymlib.yonsei.ac.kr/handle/22282913/87079
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