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moncler outlet store woodbury commons review Clinical study on the primary stability of two dental implant systems with resonance frequency analysis Authors Authors and affiliations Annette Rabel Email author Steffen Gerhard Köhler Andrea Maria Schmidt-Westhausen Original Article First Online: 31 March 2007 Received: 10 October 2006 Accepted: 12 March 2007 DOI : 10.1007/s00784-007-0115-2

Cite this article as: Rabel, A., Köhler, S.G. & Schmidt-Westhausen, A.M. Clin Oral Invest (2007) 11: 257. doi:10.1007/s00784-007-0115-2 60 Citations Abstract Primary stability has a major impact on the long-term success of dental implants. The aim of this study was to investigate the correlation of resonance frequency analysis (RFA) and insertion torque of self-tapping and non-self-tapping implants and their respective differences in primary stability. A group of 263 patients were treated with a total of 602 conically formed dental implants: 408 non-self-tapping Ankylos® and 194 self-tapping Camlog®. The maximum insertion torque during implant placement was recorded. Resonance frequency, measured as the implant stability quotient (ISQ), was assessed once immediately after insertion and twice 3 months later. Torque values of the non-self-tapping implants were significantly higher than those in the self-tapping group ( p  = 0.023). RFA did not show differences between the 2 groups ( p  = 0.956), but a correlation between ISQ values after implantation and 3 months after implant placement was measured ( r  = 0.712). Within the implant systems, no correlation between insertion torque and resonance frequency values could be determined ( r  = 0.305). Our study indicates that the ISQ values obtained from different implant systems are not comparable. The RFA does not appear suitable for the evaluation of implant stability when used as a single method. Higher insertion torque of the non-self-tapping implants appeared to confirm higher clinical primary stability.

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