Purpose: Patients with prosthesis-equipped post-implantation prosthesis performance were continuously observed, revealing the
association of marginal bone loss with gender and age implant success and survival rates during a 1year study of clinical prosthesis
placement; with results used as a reference for implant procedures and prognosis.
Methods: This study was conducted on 31 patients from January to February 2021 at Y Dental Hospital in Gwangju, with 20 men
and 11 women equipped with prosthetics after implant procedure a year earlier. The subjects of the study were carried out with
the G-power program, and 31 subjects were extracted. The distance from the shoulder of the implant to the attachment point of the
dichotomous bone was measured at the center of the area of atrophy, checking both from the mesial region to the distal region using
a radiation ruler taking photos with endocardial radiation as well as panoramic images. The subjects of the implant study were
analyzed by age, gender, cause of release, duration of implant, implant length, implant width, implant assembly period, osteoplasty
type, shield presence, match with corresponding teeth, implant survival symptom, implant success rate symptoms, and 1mm loss
within a year. This study was conducted after approval.
Results: As a result of testing the contribution and statistical significance of individual independent variables to dependent
variables, at a significance level of 0.05, the independent variable loses 1 mm at a ratio of (t=5.473, p=.00) in 5.473, p=.000). This
loss significantly affects implant success rates.
Conclusions: Recognizing the importance of bone loss management within a year after implant procedure, dental staff and patients
can achieve higher success and survival rates after implant procedure if they can be thoroughly managed within a year.