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Treatment outcomes with osseointegrated Brånemark implants in diabetic patients

G. E. Accursi

Treatment outcomes with osseointegrated Brånemark implants in diabetic patients

a retrospective study

by G. E. Accursi

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Published by Faculty of Dentistry, University of Toronto] in [Toronto .
Written in English


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Statementby G.E. Accursi.
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 97, 22 leaves.
Number of Pages97
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21463431M
ISBN 100612534081

  A novel osseointegrated percutaneous prosthetic system for the treatment of patients with transfemoral amputation: a prospective study of 51 patients. Bone Joint J. ; B(1)– doi. Does the type of implant prosthesis affect outcomes for the completely edentulous arch? Int J Oral Maxillofac Implants –, Jemt T., Lekholm U.: Implant treatment in edentulous maxillae: a 5-year follow-up report on patients with different degrees of jaw resorption, Int J Oral Maxillofac Implants –,

Dental Implants. Dental implants are a titanium fixture serving as a replacement of the tooth root. The titanium surface is biocompatible allowing the implant to fuse with the jaw bone, a process known as osseointegration, allowing the implant to act as an anchor to support a fixed prosthesis such as a crown or bridge or a removable prosthesis (overdenture). Highest-level evidence: meta-analysis of a single implant brand confirms clinical success of the TiUnite surface; Nobel Biocare extends unrivaled range of edentulous treatment solutions with Trefoil™ TiUnite sets the standard for implant surface evidence.

Criteria for exclusion are severe peripheral vascular disease with or without diabetes mellitus, specific drug treatments (e.g., chemotherapy, corticosteroids), excessive body weight (around kg), and pregnancy. We closed inclusion in the OPRA study in , and 51 patients with 55 implants (4 bilaterally) participated (Table 2). All.   Tissue-Integrated Prostheses: Osseointegration in Clinical Dentistry: Medicine & Health Science Books @


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Treatment outcomes with osseointegrated Brånemark implants in diabetic patients by G. E. Accursi Download PDF EPUB FB2

Treatment Outcomes with Osseointegrated Brinemark Implants In Diabetic Patients: A Retrospective Analysis Gary E. Accursi,D.D.S. MSc. Faculty of Dentistry, Department of Prosthodontics, University of Toronto. Abstract: AU diabetic patients treated with Brinemark osseointegrated implants in the Implant Prosthodontic Unit of the Faculty of Cited by: Success/failure of dental implants in diabetic patients.

Most of the studies[43,44,46,48] observed slightly high percentage of early failure of implants in diabetics compared to late reports[45,46,50] indicated increased failure rate within first year of placement of published retrospective and prospective studies data, retrieved through various Cited by: Treatment outcomes with osseointegrated Brånemark implants in diabetic patients: a retrospective study (thesis).

Toronto, ON: University of Toronto. Albrektsson T, Zarb G, Worthington P, Eriksson AR. The long-term efficacy of currently used dental implants: a review and proposed criteria of success. Int J Oral Maxillofac Implants Cited by: Abstract (summary): All diabetic patients treated with Brånemark osseointegrated implants in the Implant Prosthodontic Unit of the Faculty of Dentistry, University of Toronto were identified by way of a retrospective chart survey.

Each of these patients was matched to two control subjects by age, sex, location of implants (jaw and zone), type of prosthetic restoration, opposing arch Cited by:   In the present study, we have seen that out of dental implants placed in diabetic patients, 17 (%) of them failed after the first stage of surgery, which gave an implant survival rate of.

Despite dental implants showing a high long-term success rate, 1 certain risk factors can compromise the biological process of osseointegration or negatively impact the maintenance of peri-implant health.1, 2 Diabetes is one of these factors and is characterized by hyperglycaemia resulting from a deficiency in insulin secretion, its mechanism of action, or both.

In addition, more patients with a lower limb amputation due to peripheral vascular disease and/or diabetes will be eligible for OIP treatment. The development of a standard tibial OIP system, rather than a labor- and time-intensive custom-made osseointegration system, will improve the quality of care and reduce healthcare costs.

The treatment presented in this article is based on the concept of osseointegration, which was developed by Brånemark et al 5 and revolutionized the treatment of edentulousness. 6,7 Further successful applications were developed for bone-anchored hearing aids, 8 craniofacial prostheses, 9 and thumb amputation prostheses.

10 Starting in   The idea for and design of an osseointegrated prosthetic implant for limb prostheses were based on the successful experiments with osseointegrated dental implants pioneered by Per-Ingvar Branemark. 11 The first human experiment of a lower-limb implant was performed in Sweden in in a bilateral above-the-knee amputee.

12 The treatment. Updates the important clinical research on the Brånemark Implant. Details the experiences of the Mayo Clinic and Japanese, Italian, and Swedish teams. Covers new applications and emphasizes soft tissue response, biologic perspectives, and oral rehabilitation.

ISBN: Table of Contents: Part I: Osseointegrated Implants. Accursi GE () Treatment outcomes with osseointegrated Brånemark implants in diabetic patients: a retrospective study.

University of Toronto, USA. Chrcanovic BR, Albrektsson T, Wennerberg A () Diabetes and Oral Implant Failure: A Systematic Review.

J Dent Res 93(9): nchored prosthetic implants have evolved over the past 2 decades as a promising alternative for patients who are experiencing substantial issues with socket prostheses.

Methods: A review of the literature was performed to identify studies focusing on the evolution, clinical outcomes, success rates, and complications of osseointegrated lower-limb prostheses.

Articles were. Retrospective study of treatment outcomes with implant retained auricular prostheses at a tertiary referral care centre feasibility of achieving good aesthetic outcome, patient's compliance and availability for follow up.

Hallen, T. Albrektsson, P.I. BranemarkOsseointegrated titanium implants in the temporal bone. A clinical study on. The patient should have demonstrated the ability to maintain proper hygiene before proceeding with implant treatment as a cause-effect relationship between bacterial plaque accumulation and the.

Atallah R, Li JJ, Lu W, Leijendekkers R, Frölke JP, Al Muderis M. Osseointegrated transtibial implants in patients with peripheral vascular disease: a multicenter case series of 5 patients with 1-year follow-up.

J Bone Joint Surg Am. Sep 20;99(18)   R. Branemark, O. Berlin, K. Hagberg, P. Bergh, B. Gunterberg, B. RydevikA novel osseointegrated percutaneous prosthetic system for the treatment of patients with transfemoral amputation: a prospective study of 51 patients [published erratum appears in Bone Joint J ;B].

This article reviews the development of multidisciplinary osseointegration treatment in the Netherlands since its start in People experiencing limitations due to their socket prosthesis after a leg amputation present to the Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre for an osseointegration implant or “bone-anchored” prosthesis.

In this article we share. Weihong Jin, Paul K. Chu, in Encyclopedia of Biomedical Engineering, Osseointegration. Osseointegration is defined as the direct structural and functional connection between the living bone and surface of a load-bearing implant (Branemark, ).The ability of an implant to bond with the surrounding host bone is another fundamental requirement for permanent orthopedic implants.

Twenty-seven patients had their implants before the start of a systematic treatment and rehabilitation protocol (Osseointegrated Prostheses for the Rehabilitation of Amputees [OPRA]), yielding prospective, nonrandomized results on overall outcome and patient-centered function in January Fifty-one patients were treated in the OPRA study.

With dental implants becoming a common treatment for people suffering from tooth loss, millions of patients around the world regained their quality of life. – First zygomatic implants In Prof. Brånemark introduced zygomatic implants designed to rehabilitate the upper maxilla.

All patients underwent both tumor surgery and implant insertion (Brånemark Implants, Nobelbiocare, Gothenburg, Sweden) at the University Hospital of Groningen. All patients had worn their implant‐retained prostheses for at least 12 months (mean, 45 ± 27 months; range, 13– months).implants in diabetic patients: and methods to improve outcomes of implant treatment in each category.

with fixed bridges supported by osseointegrated implants ad modum Brånemark is a.Transcutaneous osseointegrated implants are a potential solution, but carry risk of infection at the skin–implant interface.

Treatment of trauma patients and fractures has changed.