Rubens Spin-Neto

Long-term radiographic assessment of titanium implants installed in maxillary areas grafted with autogenous bone blocks using two predefined sets of success criteria

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Long-term radiographic assessment of titanium implants installed in maxillary areas grafted with autogenous bone blocks using two predefined sets of success criteria. / Fuglsig, João M.C.E.S.; Schropp, Lars; Thorn, Jens J.; Ingerslev, Janne; Wenzel, Ann; Spin-Neto, Rubens.

I: Clinical Implant Dentistry and Related Research, Bind 21, Nr. 5, 10.2019, s. 845-852.

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title = "Long-term radiographic assessment of titanium implants installed in maxillary areas grafted with autogenous bone blocks using two predefined sets of success criteria",
abstract = "Purpose: Assess the radiographic peri-implant bone loss of implants installed in maxillary areas grafted with autogenous bone and classify the long-term (at least >4 ≤ 6 years) implant success according to two predefined sets of criteria. Material and Methods: Sixty patients had full maxillary alveolar reconstructions using autogenous bone grafts (iliac crest), and 369 titanium implants were installed. The follow-up protocol was 5 (>4 ≤ 6) years; thereafter only patients who presented significant peri-implant bone loss were followed up to 12 years. The radiographic peri-implant bone level was assessed on panoramic radiographs in relation to the baseline and used to classify the long-term success of the implants according to the predefined success criteria presented by Albrektsson and coworkers (ALB; 1986) and the Pisa Consensus Conference (PCC; 2007). Results: Fifteen implants were lost over the 12-year follow-up period (two up to >4 ≤ 6 years). Mean radiographic peri-implant bone loss was 2.7 mm at the >4 ≤ 6 years control and 4.2 mm after >11 ≤ 12 years. Different success criteria resulted in different types of prevalence of implants classified as “failures.” At >4 ≤ 6 years, 48{\%} of the implants would be “failures” according to ALB, while according to the PCC, only 0.8{\%} would be “failures” and 18.1{\%} would be classified as “compromised survival” and 44.8{\%} as “satisfactory survival.”. Conclusions: Mean peri-implant bone loss of implants installed in maxillary areas grafted with autogenous bone blocks was 2.7 mm after >4 ≤ 6 years, and two implants were lost during this period. The use of different success criteria significantly altered the prevalence of implants classified as “failure.”.",
keywords = "bone graft, follow-up, implants, success, survival",
author = "Fuglsig, {Jo{\~a}o M.C.E.S.} and Lars Schropp and Thorn, {Jens J.} and Janne Ingerslev and Ann Wenzel and Rubens Spin-Neto",
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language = "English",
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pages = "845--852",
journal = "Clinical Implant Dentistry and Related Research",
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T1 - Long-term radiographic assessment of titanium implants installed in maxillary areas grafted with autogenous bone blocks using two predefined sets of success criteria

AU - Fuglsig, João M.C.E.S.

AU - Schropp, Lars

AU - Thorn, Jens J.

AU - Ingerslev, Janne

AU - Wenzel, Ann

AU - Spin-Neto, Rubens

PY - 2019/10

Y1 - 2019/10

N2 - Purpose: Assess the radiographic peri-implant bone loss of implants installed in maxillary areas grafted with autogenous bone and classify the long-term (at least >4 ≤ 6 years) implant success according to two predefined sets of criteria. Material and Methods: Sixty patients had full maxillary alveolar reconstructions using autogenous bone grafts (iliac crest), and 369 titanium implants were installed. The follow-up protocol was 5 (>4 ≤ 6) years; thereafter only patients who presented significant peri-implant bone loss were followed up to 12 years. The radiographic peri-implant bone level was assessed on panoramic radiographs in relation to the baseline and used to classify the long-term success of the implants according to the predefined success criteria presented by Albrektsson and coworkers (ALB; 1986) and the Pisa Consensus Conference (PCC; 2007). Results: Fifteen implants were lost over the 12-year follow-up period (two up to >4 ≤ 6 years). Mean radiographic peri-implant bone loss was 2.7 mm at the >4 ≤ 6 years control and 4.2 mm after >11 ≤ 12 years. Different success criteria resulted in different types of prevalence of implants classified as “failures.” At >4 ≤ 6 years, 48% of the implants would be “failures” according to ALB, while according to the PCC, only 0.8% would be “failures” and 18.1% would be classified as “compromised survival” and 44.8% as “satisfactory survival.”. Conclusions: Mean peri-implant bone loss of implants installed in maxillary areas grafted with autogenous bone blocks was 2.7 mm after >4 ≤ 6 years, and two implants were lost during this period. The use of different success criteria significantly altered the prevalence of implants classified as “failure.”.

AB - Purpose: Assess the radiographic peri-implant bone loss of implants installed in maxillary areas grafted with autogenous bone and classify the long-term (at least >4 ≤ 6 years) implant success according to two predefined sets of criteria. Material and Methods: Sixty patients had full maxillary alveolar reconstructions using autogenous bone grafts (iliac crest), and 369 titanium implants were installed. The follow-up protocol was 5 (>4 ≤ 6) years; thereafter only patients who presented significant peri-implant bone loss were followed up to 12 years. The radiographic peri-implant bone level was assessed on panoramic radiographs in relation to the baseline and used to classify the long-term success of the implants according to the predefined success criteria presented by Albrektsson and coworkers (ALB; 1986) and the Pisa Consensus Conference (PCC; 2007). Results: Fifteen implants were lost over the 12-year follow-up period (two up to >4 ≤ 6 years). Mean radiographic peri-implant bone loss was 2.7 mm at the >4 ≤ 6 years control and 4.2 mm after >11 ≤ 12 years. Different success criteria resulted in different types of prevalence of implants classified as “failures.” At >4 ≤ 6 years, 48% of the implants would be “failures” according to ALB, while according to the PCC, only 0.8% would be “failures” and 18.1% would be classified as “compromised survival” and 44.8% as “satisfactory survival.”. Conclusions: Mean peri-implant bone loss of implants installed in maxillary areas grafted with autogenous bone blocks was 2.7 mm after >4 ≤ 6 years, and two implants were lost during this period. The use of different success criteria significantly altered the prevalence of implants classified as “failure.”.

KW - bone graft

KW - follow-up

KW - implants

KW - success

KW - survival

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U2 - 10.1111/cid.12827

DO - 10.1111/cid.12827

M3 - Journal article

C2 - 31385414

AN - SCOPUS:85070520765

VL - 21

SP - 845

EP - 852

JO - Clinical Implant Dentistry and Related Research

JF - Clinical Implant Dentistry and Related Research

SN - 1523-0899

IS - 5

ER -