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ISSN: 2637-6636

Interventions in Pediatric Dentistry: Open Access Journal

Research Article(ISSN: 2637-6636)

A Study on Scaling and the Success Rate of Implants After Implantation Volume 5 - Issue 4

Hee Ja Na1 and Jo Se Rim2*

  • 1Department of Dental Hygiene, Honam University, Korea
  • 2Department of Dental Hygiene, Dankook University, Korea

Received:February 04, 2021   Published: March 02, 2021

*Corresponding author: Jo Se Rim, Department of Dental Hygiene, Dankook University, Korea

DOI: 10.32474/IPDOAJ.2021.05.000221

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Objective: In this study, patients wearing dental prostheses after implantation were constantly observed for their masticatory function to measure the amount of marginal bone loss obtained for 1 and2 years after mounting prostheses clinically, investigate the relationship between the amount of marginal bone loss occurring for a year after wearing prostheses and the gender, age, and scaling, and use the results as reference for performing implantation and determining prognosis.

Methods: From January to February 2021, a study on scaling and the success rate of implants after implantation was carried out in a total of 31 patients including 20 male and 11 female patients with dental prostheses implanted a year ago in Y dental hospital located in Kwangju City. G-Power program was used for the study subjects of 31 patients. A survey was conducted on 31 patients from Y dental hospital in Kwangju who has agreed upon information collection about the age, gender, implantation site, length of time wearing prostheses, marginal bone loss, showing symptoms of implantation success rates, follow-up management, scaling after implantation, and investigating marginal bone loss of 1mm within a year, and those who understood the purpose of the study and agreed to participated, and was the analyzed. This study was conducted after approval of Bioscience Institutional Review Board (IRB) (NO 1041223-202011-HR-24) of Honam University.

Results: The statistical significance was tested for a model measuring the implant success rates of independent variables such as marginal bone loss, management after implantation, duration of wearing prostheses, implantation period, and scaling shown in Table. According to the results, marginal bone loss, management after implantation, duration of wearing prostheses, and implantation period were excluded because they were not significant, indicating significantly that scaling of f-statistic was 11.324, and significance probability was .002, with the overall success rate of 26% (25% by modified coefficient of determination) described by independent variables which are included in the model.

Conclusion: In terms of the period of marginal bone loss, it occurred by less than 1.2mm in 10 people (32.3%) and more than 1.2mm in 5 people (16.1%) within a year, and by less than 0.2mm in 3 people (9.7%) and more than 0.2mm in 13 people (41.9%) for more than two years. The average and standard deviation were 2.61(1.334), t=8.82, respectively and p=.00.

Keywords: Implantation; scaling; successful implantation; marginal bone loss; implant mounting

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