J Korean Dent Sci.  2020 Jun;13(1):1-10. 10.5856/JKDS.2020.13.1.1.

Retrospective Clinical Study on the Survival Rate and the Evaluation of Marginal Bone Resorption on SNUCONE AF+II® Implants

Affiliations
  • 1Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Hankook General Hospital, Cheongju, Korea

Abstract

Purpose
This study analyzes the clinical results of SNUCONE AF+II® (SNUCONE Implant) implants placed in the edentulous region to determine the implant survival rate and the marginal bone healing pattern in the healing process.
Materials and Methods
Two hundred forty implants placed in 131 patients with SNUCONE AF+II® implant system from January 1, 2014 to December 31, 2014 at Cheongju Hankook General Hospital were followed up for 5 years. Result: We evaluated 240 SNUCONE AF+II® implants of 131 patients from January 1, 2014 to December 31, 2014 at Cheongju Hankook General Hospital, and the results are as following: 1) Three implants were failed out of 240 implants of 131 patients and the survival rate was 98.75%. 2) The marginal bone resorption was 0.95±1.84 mm for 4 years after prosthesis placement, showing favorable result.
Conclusion
Although long-term cumulative evaluations and studies should be performed in the future, SNUCONE AF+II® implants show high cumulative survival and low marginal bone resorption according to the results of this study, which believed to give outstanding result in various dental implant procedure.

Keyword

Marginal bone resorption; Sunucone implant; Survival rate
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