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BMC Oral Health. 2019 May 10;19(1):79. doi: 10.1186/s12903-019-0767-8.

An evaluation of superhydrophilic surfaces of dental implants - a systematic review and meta-analysis.

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1
Armadent Private Practice, Kraków, Poland.
2
Department of Dental Surgery, Wroclaw Medical University, ul. Krakowska 26, 50-425, Wrocław, Poland. jakub.hadzik@umed.wroc.pl.
3
Department of Oral Implantology, Wroclaw Medical University Wrocław, ul. Krakowska 26, 50-425, Wrocław, Poland. jakub.hadzik@umed.wroc.pl.
4
Department of Dental Surgery, Wroclaw Medical University, ul. Krakowska 26, 50-425, Wrocław, Poland.
5
Department of Oral Implantology, Wroclaw Medical University Wrocław, ul. Krakowska 26, 50-425, Wrocław, Poland.
6
Department of Orthodontics, Carl Gustav Carus Campus, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany, Fetscherstr. 74, 01307, Dresden, Germany.

Abstract

BACKGROUND:

The characteristics of a dental implant surface have a decisive influence on the process of osseointegration. According to the current state of knowledge, surface modification can not only affect the morphology of cells, and in this way have a positive impact on osseointegration.

METHODS:

The objective of this study was to compare survival rates and marginal bone loss as well as assess the degree of stability of Straumann SLAactive® and Thomenn Incell® implants with a superhydrophilic surface. Authors present review of data published between 01.01.2008 and 12.31.2016 that was found in PubMed/MEDLINE internet database, An Internet search of databases produced a total of 1230 studies, 20 publications were finally selected for the present study based on the established selection and exclusion criteria.

RESULTS:

The statistical analysis was performed. A Cumulative Implant Survival Rate (CSR%) was 98.5%, Marginal bone loss (MBL) after 6 months was M = 0.60 mm and 0.6 5 mm after 12 months and secondary stability in a group Thommen implants M = 71.3 ISQ and M = 75.2 ISQ in group of Straumann.

CONCLUSION:

Despite certain differences in the values of the studied parameters, both of the systems, i.e. Thommen Inicell and Straumann SLActive, demonstrated a high survival rate, a high level of implant stability and low marginal bone loss.

KEYWORDS:

Alveolar bone loss; Bone loss; Complication; Marginal bone loss; Prospective studies; Randomized clinical trial; Stability; Straumann SLActive; Success rate; Thommen Inicell

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