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:: Volume 20, Issue 3 (jrds 2023) ::
J Res Dent Sci 2023, 20(3): 83-90 Back to browse issues page
Clinical and radiographic evaluation of an Iranian dental implant system Sinabionic: Clinical Trial
Hamidreza Barikani , Amirreza Rokn , Ghazal Jabalameli , Mehrdad Panjnoush , Mohammad Javad Kharzi Fard , Mohadeseh Heidari
Implant Research Center , Heidarim@sina.tums.ac.ir
Abstract:   (392 Views)
Background and Aim: Dental implants are one of the most accepted methods for tooth replacement, function and esthetic improvement. Sinabionic dental implant (Nikkasht Asia, Iran) was manufactured by grade 5 titanium alloy with Sandblasted, large grit, Acid-etched (SLA) and hydrophilic surface with a porosity of 1.2 to 1.8 µm. The aim of this study was clinical and radiological evaluation of Sinabionic implant system at 3, 6 and 12 month intervals after implant placement surgery.
Material and Methods: After obtaining written consent from the patients, 53 Sinabionic implants (Niktash Asia, Iran) were evaluated in this study.  Pocket depth, bleeding on probing, pus, mobility and pain were evaluated in clinical examination and bone resorption in mesial and distal were assessed in the radiographic examination by one sample t test. Results: 5 failures were observed of 53 implants and 32 implants were successful according to the accepted criteria, which includes 60.4% and the Survival rate of these implants was reported to be 90.6%.
Conclusion:  Clinical and radiographic evaluations of Sinabionic implants indicated success and survival rate less than the accepted standard range. It is strongly recommended that the structure (micro and macro geometry) and surface quality of the implant be modified.

Article number: 1
Keywords: Dental implants, Radiography, Dental, Clinical trial, phase I, Survival rate, Periodontal index, Alveolar bone loss
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Type of Study: original article | Subject: Dental Implant
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Ethics code: IR.TUMS.DENTISTRY.REC.1397.064
Clinical trials code: IRCT20151017024573N5

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Barikani H, Rokn A, Jabalameli G, Panjnoush M, Kharzi Fard M J, Heidari M. Clinical and radiographic evaluation of an Iranian dental implant system Sinabionic: Clinical Trial. J Res Dent Sci 2023; 20 (3) : 1
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