Does immediate loading affect clinical and patient-centered outcomes of mandibular 2-unsplinted-implant overdenture? A 2-year within-case analysis

Elham Emami, Daiane Cerutti-Kopplin, Mélanie Menassa, Nicholas Audy, Naoki Kodama, Robert Durand, Pierre Rompré, Pierre de Grandmont

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Objective: To provide 2-year clinical- and patient-oriented data with regard to mandibular overdenture assisted by 2 immediately loaded unsplinted implants. Material and methods: In this pre-post design, Phase-I clinical trial, 18 edentate individuals (62.4±7.7years) received a new set of complete denture. Then, following standard procedures, 3 threaded implants (OsseoSpeed TX™, Dentsply Implants, Mölndal, Sweden) were placed in the mandible in each patient, and locator abutments (Zest Anchors LLC, Escondido, U.S.A.) were inserted on the right and left side implants. The midline implant served as a control for within-patient comparison. The immediate loading was conducted within 24h of surgery. Data were collected at baseline (T0), 12 (T1) and 24 (T2) months after immediate loading. The clinical outcomes included implant survival rate, crestal bone level changes and implant stability. These criteria were assessed through clinical and radiographic examinations as well as resonance frequency analysis. Patient-centered outcomes included patient satisfaction and oral health-related quality of life measured using validated questionnaires. Brunner-Langer approach was used for statistical analysis. Results: Implant survival rate for immediate loaded implants was 91.7% at 2-year follow-up. None of the unloaded implants failed. There was no statistically significant difference at baseline and follow-ups with regard to clinical outcomes between loaded and unloaded implants. Patient satisfaction and quality of life improved (p.

Original languageEnglish
JournalJournal of Dentistry
DOIs
Publication statusAccepted/In press - Jan 7 2016

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Overlay Denture
Patient Satisfaction
Survival Rate
Quality of Life
Complete Denture
Clinical Trials, Phase I
Oral Health
Mandible
Sweden
Bone and Bones

Keywords

  • Dental implants
  • Immediate loading
  • Mandibular prosthesis
  • Overdenture
  • Patient satisfaction

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Dentistry(all)

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Does immediate loading affect clinical and patient-centered outcomes of mandibular 2-unsplinted-implant overdenture? A 2-year within-case analysis. / Emami, Elham; Cerutti-Kopplin, Daiane; Menassa, Mélanie; Audy, Nicholas; Kodama, Naoki; Durand, Robert; Rompré, Pierre; de Grandmont, Pierre.

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Emami, Elham ; Cerutti-Kopplin, Daiane ; Menassa, Mélanie ; Audy, Nicholas ; Kodama, Naoki ; Durand, Robert ; Rompré, Pierre ; de Grandmont, Pierre. / Does immediate loading affect clinical and patient-centered outcomes of mandibular 2-unsplinted-implant overdenture? A 2-year within-case analysis. In: Journal of Dentistry. 2016.
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