INCIDENCE OF IMMEDIATE IMPLANT PLACEMENT IN PRIVATE DENTAL COLLEGE
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2022, Volume 9, Issue 9, Pages 184-192
Tooth failure generally results in a lack of bone volume in the vertical and horizontal direction. In attempts to reduce this alveolar bone resorption in order to preserve periodontal construction, implant placement is advised immediately after tooth extraction.
Materials and method :
A retrospective analysis was performed for patients attending a private hospital in Chennai, India. The aim of the study is to study the prevalence of immediate implant placement in private dental institutions. Patients who have undergone immediate implant placement from June 2019 to March 2021 were included in the study. Total sample size was 25 patients. The data was then entered into Microsoft Excel and tabulated. Following which data was imported into the SPSS software by IBM. Data analysis was performed in the statistical software SPSS and data were analyzed by descriptive analysis and chi-square correlation.
After statistical analysis, it is found that 13% were males and 12% were females, 9% of the immediate implant placement was in first quadrant, 15% in second quadrant and 1% in fourth quadrant. There was no incidence of immediate implant placement in the third quadrant.
It is observed that the prevalence of immediate implant was more in males and was most common in the second quadrant.
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