Yıl: 2017 Cilt: 41 Sayı: 1 Sayfa Aralığı: 10 - 18 Metin Dili: Türkçe İndeks Tarihi: 29-07-2022

SHORT-TERM RADIO FREQUENCY ANALYSIS MEASUREMENTS OF ADIN IMPLANTS

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Amaç: Bu çalışmanın amacı, kumlanmış-asitlenmiş yüzeye sahip implantların primer stabiliteden sekonder stabiliteye geçişini, Radyo Frekans Analiz yöntemi kullanarak anlamak ve gözlemlemektir. Bireyler ve Yöntem: Ondokuz hastada 42 implant yerleştirilmiş ve başlangıç, 1, 2, 3, 4, 6 ve 8. haftalarda İmplant Stabilite ölçümleri (Implant Stability Quotient-ISQ) yapılmıştır. Bulgular: Elde edilen bilgiler, implantların boyu ve çapı ile Radyo Frekans Analiz ölçümleri arasında hiçbir zaman diliminde ilişki göstermemektedir. Tüm gruplarda implant stabilitesi, başlangıç ve 8. haftada 2, 3 ve 4. haftalara göre anlamlı derecede yüksek İmplant Stabilite ölçüm değeri göstermiştir (p<0.05). Başlangıç ve 8. hafta arasında istatistiksel fark bulunamamıştır (p>0.05).Sonuçlar: İmplant Stabilite değerlerini ölçmek, iyileşen implantkemik bağlantısına zarar vermeden, implantın iyileşme durumu hakkında fikir vererek yükleme zamanının kararında hekime yardımcı olabilir.
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Konular: Diş Hekimliği

ADIN İMPLANTLARININ KISA DÖNEM RADYO FREKANS ANALIZ ÖLÇÜMLERİ

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Background and Aim: The purpose of this study was to understand and monitor the transition from primary to secondary stability of implants having sand blast large grit acid etched surface, for the timing of the prosthodontic treatment via using the Radio Frequency Analysis. Subjects and Methods: Forty-two dental implants were placed in 19 patients and Implant Stability Quotient measurements were performed at baseline, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 6th and 8th weeks. The lengths and diameters of the implants were also correlated with Implant Stability Quotient values. Results: The present data showed no correlation between lengths, diameters and Radio Frequency Analysis at any of the measurement times. In each group, implant stability at the baseline and 8th weeks showed significant higher Radio Frequency Analysis (RFA) values than the 2nd, 3rd and 4th weeks (p<0.05). Statistically no difference was found between the baseline and 8th week measurements (p>0.05).Conclusion: Measuring Implant Stability Quotient values can help the clinician understand the condition of the implant without disrupting the healing implant-bone interface, allowing to decide the loading time.
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Konular: Diş Hekimliği
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APA DEMİR B, Balci N, KARA H, ÇAKAN U, TOYGAR H (2017). SHORT-TERM RADIO FREQUENCY ANALYSIS MEASUREMENTS OF ADIN IMPLANTS. , 10 - 18.
Chicago DEMİR Becen,Balci Nur,KARA Haluk Barış,ÇAKAN UMUT,TOYGAR HILAL SHORT-TERM RADIO FREQUENCY ANALYSIS MEASUREMENTS OF ADIN IMPLANTS. (2017): 10 - 18.
MLA DEMİR Becen,Balci Nur,KARA Haluk Barış,ÇAKAN UMUT,TOYGAR HILAL SHORT-TERM RADIO FREQUENCY ANALYSIS MEASUREMENTS OF ADIN IMPLANTS. , 2017, ss.10 - 18.
AMA DEMİR B,Balci N,KARA H,ÇAKAN U,TOYGAR H SHORT-TERM RADIO FREQUENCY ANALYSIS MEASUREMENTS OF ADIN IMPLANTS. . 2017; 10 - 18.
Vancouver DEMİR B,Balci N,KARA H,ÇAKAN U,TOYGAR H SHORT-TERM RADIO FREQUENCY ANALYSIS MEASUREMENTS OF ADIN IMPLANTS. . 2017; 10 - 18.
IEEE DEMİR B,Balci N,KARA H,ÇAKAN U,TOYGAR H "SHORT-TERM RADIO FREQUENCY ANALYSIS MEASUREMENTS OF ADIN IMPLANTS." , ss.10 - 18, 2017.
ISNAD DEMİR, Becen vd. "SHORT-TERM RADIO FREQUENCY ANALYSIS MEASUREMENTS OF ADIN IMPLANTS". (2017), 10-18.
APA DEMİR B, Balci N, KARA H, ÇAKAN U, TOYGAR H (2017). SHORT-TERM RADIO FREQUENCY ANALYSIS MEASUREMENTS OF ADIN IMPLANTS. Clinical Dentistry and Research, 41(1), 10 - 18.
Chicago DEMİR Becen,Balci Nur,KARA Haluk Barış,ÇAKAN UMUT,TOYGAR HILAL SHORT-TERM RADIO FREQUENCY ANALYSIS MEASUREMENTS OF ADIN IMPLANTS. Clinical Dentistry and Research 41, no.1 (2017): 10 - 18.
MLA DEMİR Becen,Balci Nur,KARA Haluk Barış,ÇAKAN UMUT,TOYGAR HILAL SHORT-TERM RADIO FREQUENCY ANALYSIS MEASUREMENTS OF ADIN IMPLANTS. Clinical Dentistry and Research, vol.41, no.1, 2017, ss.10 - 18.
AMA DEMİR B,Balci N,KARA H,ÇAKAN U,TOYGAR H SHORT-TERM RADIO FREQUENCY ANALYSIS MEASUREMENTS OF ADIN IMPLANTS. Clinical Dentistry and Research. 2017; 41(1): 10 - 18.
Vancouver DEMİR B,Balci N,KARA H,ÇAKAN U,TOYGAR H SHORT-TERM RADIO FREQUENCY ANALYSIS MEASUREMENTS OF ADIN IMPLANTS. Clinical Dentistry and Research. 2017; 41(1): 10 - 18.
IEEE DEMİR B,Balci N,KARA H,ÇAKAN U,TOYGAR H "SHORT-TERM RADIO FREQUENCY ANALYSIS MEASUREMENTS OF ADIN IMPLANTS." Clinical Dentistry and Research, 41, ss.10 - 18, 2017.
ISNAD DEMİR, Becen vd. "SHORT-TERM RADIO FREQUENCY ANALYSIS MEASUREMENTS OF ADIN IMPLANTS". Clinical Dentistry and Research 41/1 (2017), 10-18.