Implantatbehandling ved Avdeling for oral kirurgi og oral medisin, Det odontologiske fakultet, Universitetet i Oslo 2008-2010. En klinisk studie med litteraturgjennomgang

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Implantatbehandling ved Avdeling for oral kirurgi og oral medisin, Det odontologiske fakultet, Universitetet i Oslo 2008-2010. En klinisk studie med litteraturgjennomgang

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Title Implantatbehandling ved Avdeling for oral kirurgi og oral medisin, Det odontologiske fakultet, Universitetet i Oslo 2008-2010. En klinisk studie med litteraturgjennomgang
Author Ali, Muayad Khalid ; Gran, Alexandra Elena ; Bjørnland, Tore
Date 2011
English abstract
The installation of dental implants is considered a suitable tooth replacement for edentulous patients and patients missing one or more teeth as a result of caries, periodontitis, trauma and/or agenesis. Today, implantation of dental implants is considered a safe form of treatment with good prognosis and low morbidity. In this study, we have looked at implant survival outcome in patients who received implants at the Department for Oral Surgery and Oral medicine, Faculty of Dentistry, University of Oslo during the years 2008 and 2009. The survey population consisted of 126 patients which in total had received 290 implants. Two of these implants in two patients failed. One implant failed after one year and the other after one and a half year. Both of these patients were smokers. This provides an implant survival rate above 99% at implant level and above 98% at patient level. The results appear to be in line with other and more extensive studies on the field. Smoking and a history of periodontitis are among the factors that have a significant effect on implant survival.
Publisher Den norske tannlegeforening
Host/Issue Den Norske tannlegeforenings tidende;14
Volume 121
ISSN 0029-2303
Pages 920-925
Language nor (iso)
Subject Oral implants
Failures
Medicine
Research Subject Categories::ODONTOLOGY
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