Differences in peri-implant conditions between fully and partially edentulous subjects: a systematic reviewde Waal, Y. C. M., van Winkelhoff, A. J., Meijer, H. J. A., Raghoebar, G. M. & Winkel, E. G., Mar-2013, In : Journal of Clinical Periodontology. 40, 3, p. 266-286 21 p.
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Aim The aim of this study was to compare peri-implant conditions between fully edentulous (FES) and partially edentulous subjects (PES). Material and methods A systematic review was conducted. The MEDLINE, EMBASE and COCHRANE databases were searched for publications up to January 1st 2012. Studies reporting on the bleeding tendency of the peri-implant mucosa and/or studies reporting on the prevalence of peri-implant mucositis and/or peri-implantitis were considered. Results Fifty-five publications describing 46 studies were selected. One study described both FES and PES, and all other studies described either FES or PES. Subgroup analyses were performed according to dental status (fully/partially edentulous), follow-up time (5years and 10years) and study design (prospective/cross-sectional). FES harboured more plaque at their implants than PES. Modified bleeding index scores were significantly higher in FES, but no differences in bleeding on probing, implant loss and probing pocket depth were observed between FES and PES. No meta-analysis could be performed on prevalence of peri-implant mucositis and peri-implantitis. Overall prevalence of peri-implantitis was 03.4% after 5years and 5.816.9% after 10years of implant evaluation. Conclusion FES and PES show comparable implant survival rates. However, no conclusion can be drawn regarding differences in prevalence of peri-implant mucositis and peri-implantitis between FES and PES.
|Number of pages||21|
|Journal||Journal of Clinical Periodontology|
|Publication status||Published - Mar-2013|
- edentulism, dental implant, peri-implantitis, peri-implant infection, peri-implant mucositis, periodontal disease, RETAINED MANDIBULAR OVERDENTURES, 14-YEAR FOLLOW-UP, 10-YEAR PROSPECTIVE COHORT, CONTROLLED CLINICAL-TRIAL, FIXED PARTIAL DENTURES, 4 ENDOSSEOUS IMPLANTS, LONG-TERM STABILITY, LEAST 5 YEARS, DENTAL IMPLANTS, OSSEOINTEGRATED IMPLANTS