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Table 2 Implant data at baseline (a) and at re-examination (b)

From: Survival and success of implants in a private periodontal practice: a 10 year retrospective study

a
 TotalXiVEFrialit-2 SynchroImplant lostImplant in situ
Baseline datan = 242n = 212n = 30n = 9n = 233
Implanttyp
 XIVE S Cellplus212 (87.6%)  2 (0.9%)210 (99.1%)
 Frialit-2-Synchro30 (12.4%)  7 (23.3%)23 (76.7%)
Implant diametre
 3 mm3 (1.3%)3 (100%)0 (0%)0 (0%)3 (100%)
 3.4 mm28 (11.6%)24 (85.7%)4 (14.3%)4 (14.3%)24 (85.7%)
 3.8 mm111 (45.9%)94 (84.7%)17 (15.3%)2 (1.8%)109 (98.2%)
 4.5 mm88 (36.4%)80 (90.9%)8 (9.1%)2 (2.3%)86 (97.7%)
 5.5 mm12 (5.0%)11 (91.7%)1 (8.3%)1 (8.3%)11 (91.7%)
Implant lenght
 8 mm2 (0.8%)2 (100%)0 (0%)0 (0%)2 (100%)
 9.5 mm10 (4.1%)10 (100%)0 (0%)1 (10.0%)9 (90.0%)
 10 mm6 (2.5%)0 (0%)6 (100%)2 (33.3%)4 (66.7%)
 11 mm40 (16.5%)39 (97.5%)1 (2.5%)0 (0%)40 (100%)
 13 mm138 (57.0%)122 (88.4%)16 (11.6%)1 (0.7%)137 (99.3%)
 15 mm46 (19.0%)39 (84.8%)7 (15.2%)5 (10.9%)41 (89.1%)
Implant position (Jaw)
 Maxilla136 (56.2%)121 (89.0%)15 (11.0%)1 (0.7%)135 (99.3%)
 Mandible106 (43.8%)91 (85.9%)15 (14.1%)8 (7.5%)98 (92.5%)
Implant Position
 Anterior56 (23.1%)42 (75.0%)14 (25.0%)6 (10.7%)50 (89.3%)
 Posterior186 (76.9%)170 (91.4%)16 (8.6%)3 (1.6%)183 (98.4%)
Time of Implant placement
 time of tooth extraction not known21 (8.7%)17 (81.0%)4 (19.0%)0 (0%)21 (100%)
 immediate implant23 (9.5%)18 (78.3%)5 (21.7%)4 (17.4%)19 (82.6%)
 delayed immediate implant1 (0.4%)1 (100%)0 (0%)0 (0%)1 (100%)
 6–12-weeks afer extraction18 (7.4%)15 (83.3%)3 (16.7%)2 (11.1%)16 (88.9%)
  > 12 weeks to < 6 months22 (9.1%)19 (86.4%)3 (13.6%)0 (0%)22 (100%)
  ≥ 6 Monate157 (64.9%)142 (90.5%)15 (9.5%)3 (1.9%)154 (98.1%)
Augmentation
 none51 (21.1%)45 (88.2%)6 (11.8%)1 (2.0%)50 (98.0%)
 internal sinus lift9 (3.7%)9 (100%)0 (0%)0 (0%)9 (100%)
 external sinus lift54 (22.4%)50 (92.6%)4 (7.4%)0 (0%)54 (100%)
 bone substitute/membran111 (45.9%)97 (87.4%)14 (12.6%)4 (3.6%)107 (96.4%)
 block augmentation9 (3.7%)8 (88.9%)1 (11.1%)0 (0%)9 (100%)
 soft tissue3 (1.3%)2 (66.7%)1 (33.3%)0 (0%)3 (100%)
 distraction osteogeneses5 (2.1%)1 (20.0%)4 (80.0%)4 (80.0%)1 (20.0%)
Implant healing (n = 234)
 submerged176 (75.2%)153 (86.9%)23 (13.1%)1 (0.6%)175 (99.4%)
 non-submerged58 (24.8%)57 (98.3%)1 (1.7%)8 (13.8%)50 (86.2%)
Connection implant/suprastructure
 cemented227 (93.8%)210 (92.5%)17 (7.5%)0 (0%)227 (100%)
 screwed6 (2.5%)0 (0%)6 (100%)1 (16.7%)5 (93.3%)
b
Reexamination dataTotal n = 233    
PPD (mean per implant)3.16 mm ± 1.02 (range 1.00–8.00 mm)    
Bone loss (maximum per implant)0.78 mm ± 1.41 (range 0.00–6.10 mm)    
  < 1 mm63.3% of all implants    
 1 mm - < 2 mm16.5%    
 2 mm - < 3 mm9.4%    
 3 mm - < 4 mm4.7%    
  ≥ 4 mm6.1%    
BOP (at least one positive site per implant)
 positive202 (86.7%)    
 negative31 (13.3%)    
Width of keratinized gingiva
 0 mm31 (13.3%)    
 0.5 mm1 (0.4%)    
 1.0 mm32 (13.7%)    
 1.5 mm1 (0.4%)    
 2.0 mm70 (30.0%)    
 3.0 mm48 (20.6%)    
 3.5 mm1 (0.4%)    
 4.0 mm27 (11.6%)    
 5.0 mm13 (5.6%)    
 6.0 mm9 (3.9%)    
mod. GI (maximum per implant) according to Mombelli et al. (1987)
 0130 (55.8%)    
 162 (26.6%)    
 232 (13.7%)    
 39 (3.9%)    
mod. PI (maximum per implant)
 054 (23.2%)    
 171 (30.5%)    
 285 (36.5%)    
 323 (9.9%)    
  1. PPD periodontal pocket depth, mod. GI modified Gingiva Index, mod. PI modified Plaque Index, BOP bleeding onb probing