Authors : Elakiya S; Rajmohan M; Bharathwaj V V;Sindhu R; Dinesh Dhamodhar; Sathiyapriya S; Prabu D
Volume/Issue : Volume 8 - 2023, Issue 2 - February
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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7645967
- The aim of the study is to evaluate the implant
surface or implant design affects the stability of dental
implant in maxillary and mandibular arches. A
systematic review was conducted based on a literature
search in the databases PubMed, Cochrane library,
Elsevier science direct, Wiley online library, grey
literature, using the search keywords (implant surface)
OR (implant design) AND (implant stability).
Randomised controlled trials investigating the effect of
implant design or surface and further followed by
Cochrane database bias assessment was done. Four
randomised controlled trials were included, and after
discussed, the result of the p-value is statistically
significant but in one study the p- value is found that
there is no statistically significant in implant surface or
implant design affects implant stability. The study
concludes that there is less evidence of affecting implant
stability of implant surface or design.
Keywords : Dental Implants, Implant Stability, Implant Surface.