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Volume 13 , Issue 4
July/August 1998

Pages 531–538

Multicenter Experience with Maxillary Prostheses Supported by Brånemark Implants: A Clinical Report

Koichiro Ihara, DDS, Masaaki Goto, DDS, PhD, Akira Miyahara, DDS, Junichiro Toyota, DDS, Takeshi Katsuki, DDS, PhD.

PMID: 9714960

This retrospective study involved Japanese patients with prostheses supported by Brånemark implants following maxillectomy. Questionnaires were sent to 75 institutions, and data on 19 patients were collected from 8 institutions. The mean age of patients at the time of implant placement was 64.2 years (range 22 to 82 years). The mean follow-up time was 27.6 months. Of the 81 implants placed, 16 were lost for an implant survival rate of 80.2%. The effects on implant survival rate of radiotherapy, chemotherapy, hyperbaric oxygen therapy, and the support system of the prosthesis were analyzed, but no significant differences were observed. (INT J ORAL MAXILLOFAC IMPLANTS 1998;13:531–538) Key words: Brånemark implants, chemotherapy, maxillary prostheses, maxillary tumor, multicenter study, radiotherapy, survival rate

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