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Effect of loading time on the survival rate of anodic oxidized implants: prospective multicenter study

Authors
 Seok-Gyu Kim ; Pil-Young Yun ; Young-Kyun Kim ; Jung-Won Hwang ; June-Sung Shim ; Hyun-Sik Park 
Citation
 Journal of Advanced Prosthodontics, Vol.4(1) : 18~23, 2012 
Journal Title
 Journal of Advanced Prosthodontics 
ISSN
 2005-7806 
Issue Date
2012
Abstract
PURPOSE: The purpose of this prospective study was to evaluate the effect of early loading on survival rate or clinical parameter of anodic oxidized implants during the 12-month postloading period. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Total 69 implants were placed in 42 patients. Anodic oxidized implants (GS II, Osstem Cor., Busan, Korea) placed on the posterior mandibles were divided into two groups, according to their prosthetic loading times: test group (2 to 6 weeks), and control group (3 to 4 months). The implant survival rates were determined during one-year postloading period and analyzed by Kaplan-Meier method. The radiographic peri-implant bone loss and periodontal parameters were also evaluated and statistically analyzed by unpaired t-test. RESULTS: Total 69 implants were placed in 42 patients. The cumulative postloading implant survival rates were 88.89% in test group, compared to 100% in control group (P<.05). Periimplant marginal bone loss (T: 0.27±0.54 mm, C: 0.40±0.55 mm) and periodontal parameters showed no significant difference between the groups (P>.05). CONCLUSION: Within the limitation of the present study, implant survival was affected by early loading on the anodic oxidized implants placed on posterior mandibles during one-year follow-up. Early implant loading did not influence peri-implant marginal bone loss, and periodontal parameters.
URI
http://ir.ymlib.yonsei.ac.kr/handle/22282913/90602
DOI
10.4047/jap.2012.4.1.18
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