J Korean Acad Prosthodont.  2007 Jun;45(3):362-374.

Bone response of three different surface implants : Histomorphometric, perio test value and resonance frequency analysis in beagle dogs

Affiliations
  • 1Graduate School of Medical science, Korea University, Korea. suhkwkr@yahoo.co.kr

Abstract

STATEMENT OF PROBLEM: The intial stability for osseointegration of implant has been an interesting factor. Especially, in the case of poor bone quality or immediately loaded implant, various strategies have been developed focusing on the surface of materials to improve implant fixation to bone. The microscopic properties of implant surfaces play a major role in the osseous healing of dental implants. PURPOSE: The aims of this study are to perform a histologic and histomorphometric comparison of the healing characteristics of three different surfaces and the comparison of resonance frequency analysis (RFA) values measured by Osstell(TM) and perio-test values (PTV) measured by Periotest. MATERIAL AND METHODS: A total of 24 screw titanium implants (Dentium Co., Seoul, Korea) with 6mm in length and 3.4mm in diameter, were placed in the mandible of 4 beagle dogs. Implants were divided into three groups following the surface treatment methods: Group I is machined(control group). Group II is anodically oxidized. Group III is coated 500nm in thickness with hydroxyapatite(HA) by ion beam assisted deposition(IBAD) on the anodized oxidization. Bone blocks from 2 dogs were caught after 3 weeks of covered healing and another blocks from 2 dogs after 6 weeks. RFA values and PTV were measured right after insertion and at 3 and 6weeks. Histomorphometric analysis was made with Kappa Image Base System to calculate bone-to-implant contact (BIC) and bone area inside the threads. Pearson's correlation analyses were performed to evaluate the correlation between RFA and PTV, BIC and bone area ratio of three different surfaces at 3 and 6 weeks.
RESULTS
1) In all surface treatment methods, the RFA values decreased and the PTV values increased until 6 weeks in comparison to initial values. 2) At 3 weeks, no significant difference was found from bone-to-implant contact ratio and bone area ratio of three different surface treatment methods(P>0.05). However, at 6 weeks, different surface treatment methods showed significantly different bone-toimplant contact ratio and bone area ratio(P<0.05). 3) In the implants with the IBAD on the anodic oxidization, significant difference was found between the 3 weeks and the 6 weeks bone area ratio(P<0.05). 4) Correlation was found between the RFA values and the bone area ratio at 3 and 6 weeks with significant difference(P<0.05).
CONCLUSIONS
These results indicate that the implants with the IBAD on the anodic oxidization may have a high influence on the initial stability of implant.

Keyword

IBAD (Ion-beam assisted deposition) method; Initial stability; Histo-morphometric analysis; RFA and PTV

MeSH Terms

Animals
Dental Implants
Dogs*
Mandible
Osseointegration
Seoul
Titanium
Dental Implants
Titanium
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