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Fatores de risco sistêmicos para perda óssea peri-implantar: meta-análise

Atualizado: 10 de jun.


Capa da revista International Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery


Systemic risk factors for peri-implant bone loss: a systematic review and meta-analysis


Marco Clementini

Paulo H. O. Rossetti

David Penarrocha

Costanza Micarelli

Wellington C. Bonachela

Luigi Canullo


The aim of this study was to determine the influence of patient-related systemic risk factors (systemic disease, genetic traits, chronic drug or alcohol consumption, and smoking status) on peri-implant bone loss at least 1 year after implant installation and prosthetic loading. An electronic search was performed of MEDLINE, EMBASE, and The Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials up to January 2012. One thousand seven hundred and sixty-three studies were identified. After applying a three-stage screening process, 17 articles were included in the qualitative analysis, but only 13 in the quantitative analysis, since smoking was a common exposure. The meta-analysis of these 13 studies (478 smokers and 1207 non-smokers) revealed a high level of heterogeneity and that smoking increases the annual rate of bone loss by 0.164 mm/year. Exposure to smoking had a harmful effect on peri-implant bone loss. However, the level of evidence for oral implant therapy in patients with systemic conditions is very low. Future studies should be improved in order to provide more robust data for clinical application.





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