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IMPLANTOLOGY: Tables

August 1, 2000
by Oral Health


Table I:

Patients (n = 131)
Age/Years Female Male
17-78 84 47

Table II:

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Prosthetics (n = 131)
Single Tooth FPD < 4 FPD > 4 O.D.
30 20 43 38

Table III:

Implants (n = 456)
No. Type Success Loss
15 D2 15 0
110 D3 109 1
304 D4 302 2
27 C-h 27 0
Total: 456 453 3

Table IV: 1 Stage:

BONE REMODELING / BIOLOGIC WIDTH (n = 57)
Bone Loss (mm) No.
0 4
0.5 mm 18
1.0 mm 35

Table V: 2 Stage:

BONE REMODELING (n = 396) STAGE I – STAGE II
Bone Loss (mm) No
0 383
0.5 mm 5
1.0 mm 4
2.0 mm 1
2.5 mm 2
3.0 mm 1

Table VI: Early loading success:

Implants Success Loss
453 453 0
No. Success Loss
131 131 0

Table VIII: Early loading bone loss:

2 Stage (n = 396) 0.71 mm
1 Stage (n = 57) 0.55 mm

Table IX: Comparison of functional thread surface area (without coatings and all implants are 1 mm length):

STANDARD DIAMETERS
BioHorizonsa Nobel BioCareb Paragonc Steri-Ossd
Type (a) D3 Standard fixture Screw-Vent Threaded Implant
(b) D4
Diameter mm 4 3.75 3.75 3.8
Thread surface area (a) 210 127 151 111
(b)245
Type (a) D3 Wide Platform Screw-Vent Threaded Implant
(b) D4
Diameter mm 5 5.5 4.7 5
Thread surface area (a) 210 183 192 134
(b)245
a BioHorizonst Implant Systems, Inc. Birmingham, AL 35243
b NobelBioCare, Inc. Westmont, IL 60559
c ParagonTm Implant Company, Encino CA 91436
d Steri-Oss Yorba Linda, CA 92887