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Tooth-Implant Connection: A Review

Table 2

Success rate of Implant and tooth-implant supported prosthesis.

AuthorType of case TimeObservation

Akça et al. [22]3-unit bridge3424 monthsSuccess rate: 100%
The bone level is stable
Block et al. [26]3-unit bridge605 yearsSuccess rate: 90.6% abutment loss
Rigid results are better than nonrigid
There are no differences between bone loss around the implants
Brägger et al. [18]Various184-5 yearsSuccess rate: 97.5% (implant supported)
Success rate: 95% tooth-implant supported prosthesis
Clarke et al. [27]3-unit bridge132 monthsSuccess rate: 100%
Ericsson et al. [35]Various106–30 monthsSuccess rate: 100%
Gunne et al. [23]3-unit bridge2010 yearsSuccess rate: 85.1% (tooth-implant supported prosthesis)
There is no difference between implant-implant and tooth-implant supported prosthesis
Jemt et al. [21]Various2015 yearsSuccess rate: 98.7%
Kindberg et al. [34]Various4114 weeks–9 yearsSuccess rate: 92.85%
Lindh et al. [36]Various123more than 15 yearsSuccess rate: 98.4% (implant supported)
Success rate: 94.9% (tooth-implant supported prosthesis)
There are more technical problems at tooth-implant supported prosthesis

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