Dimension of keratinized mucosa and the interproximal papilla between adjacent implants

Journal of Periodontology
Dong-Won LeeIk-Sang Moon

Abstract

The interproximal papilla between two adjacent implants is gaining critical interest in the implant dentistry. The aims of this study were to evaluate the effect of 1) the width of keratinized mucosa, 2) the distance from the base of the contact point to the crestal bone, and 3) the horizontal distance between two implants on the radiographic dimension from the tip of the papilla to the crestal bone between two implants. This study involved 72 interproximal papillae between two adjacent implants (interimplant papilla) in 52 patients who had implants placed adjacent to each other and had a prosthesis in place more than 1 year. The shortest distance between the radiopaque material on the tip of the interimplant papilla and most coronal portion of the interimplant crestal bone was measured (the radiographic length of the papilla [RL]). The width of keratinized mucosa from the tip of the papilla was measured (WK). The vertical distance between the base of the contact point and the interimplant crestal bone was measured (CC). The horizontal distance between the two adjacent implants was measured at the fixture-abutment interface level (HD). Multiple regression analysis was performed between WK-RL, CC-RL, and HD-RL. RL had a signific...Continue Reading

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Citations

Feb 18, 2012·Clinical Oral Implants Research·Moontaek Chang, Jan L Wennström
Oct 25, 2012·Clinical Oral Implants Research·Jan L Wennström, Jan Derks
Aug 28, 2009·Clinical Oral Implants Research·Dong-Won LeeIk-Sang Moon
Aug 1, 2016·Clinical Advances in Periodontics·Jean-Nicolas Hasson, Bénédicte Hasson

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Craniometry
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