Factors Influencing the Soft Tissue Changes Around Single Laser Microtextured Implants-Abutments in the Anterior Maxilla

A 5-Year Retrospective Study

Renzo Guarnieri, Luca Savio, Alessandro Bermonds Des Ambrois, Stefano Ippoliti, Francesco Zuffetti, Luigi Vito Stefanelli, Stefano Di Carlo, Giorgio Pompa

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Purpose: The aim of this study was to evaluate the possible factors that influenced the periimplant soft tissue changes around single implants-abutments with laser-microtextured surface (LMS) in the esthetic zone. Materials and Methods: Thirty-nine units, formed by implant-abutment with LMS were studied. Variables possibly associated with the periimplant soft tissue changes were obtained from clinical measurements (plaque [present/absent], periimplant biotype [thin/thick], and probing depth); intrasurgical measurements (vertical height in millimeters of the keratinized gingiva in the vestibular part of the implant site vestibular keratinized gingiva [VKG], implant vestibular crestal exposition, vestibular crestal level, and vestibular bone width); cast models (implant position [buccal/palatal], implant abutments angle); periapical radiographs (distance from the contact point to the interproximal bone crest of the adjacent tooth [CP-BC], distance from the contact point to the implant platform [CP-P], distance from the contact point to the first bone to implant contact [CP-IB]); and digital clinical photographs. Fisher exact test was used to determine the influence of each factor on the papilla level and on the facial marginal mucosal level. Results: The papillae level at the implant sites was significantly associated with the distance from the contact point to the alveolar bone crest, whereas no association was found with other variables. Periimplant biotype, differences in the VKG, CP-BC, and CP-IB were found associated with the different facial marginal mucosal level groups. Conclusions: This study showed that the papilla level at single-tooth implants-abutments with LMS in the anterior maxilla was mainly influenced by the interproximal bone crest level of the adjacent tooth, whereas the marginal mucosal level was affected by periimplant biotype, facial bone crest level, and crestal implant exposition.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)807-816
Number of pages10
JournalImplant Dentistry
Volume25
Issue number6
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Dec 1 2016
Externally publishedYes

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Maxilla
Lasers
Retrospective Studies
Gingiva
Bone and Bones
Tooth
Single-Tooth Dental Implants
Facial Bones
Cheek
Esthetics

Keywords

  • laser-microtextured surface
  • periimplant tissues

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  • Oral Surgery

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Factors Influencing the Soft Tissue Changes Around Single Laser Microtextured Implants-Abutments in the Anterior Maxilla : A 5-Year Retrospective Study. / Guarnieri, Renzo; Savio, Luca; Ambrois, Alessandro Bermonds Des; Ippoliti, Stefano; Zuffetti, Francesco; Stefanelli, Luigi Vito; Di Carlo, Stefano; Pompa, Giorgio.

In: Implant Dentistry, Vol. 25, No. 6, 01.12.2016, p. 807-816.

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Guarnieri, R, Savio, L, Ambrois, ABD, Ippoliti, S, Zuffetti, F, Stefanelli, LV, Di Carlo, S & Pompa, G 2016, 'Factors Influencing the Soft Tissue Changes Around Single Laser Microtextured Implants-Abutments in the Anterior Maxilla: A 5-Year Retrospective Study', Implant Dentistry, vol. 25, no. 6, pp. 807-816. https://doi.org/10.1097/ID.0000000000000491
Guarnieri, Renzo ; Savio, Luca ; Ambrois, Alessandro Bermonds Des ; Ippoliti, Stefano ; Zuffetti, Francesco ; Stefanelli, Luigi Vito ; Di Carlo, Stefano ; Pompa, Giorgio. / Factors Influencing the Soft Tissue Changes Around Single Laser Microtextured Implants-Abutments in the Anterior Maxilla : A 5-Year Retrospective Study. In: Implant Dentistry. 2016 ; Vol. 25, No. 6. pp. 807-816.
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