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대한구강악안면임프란트학회지 2017 ; 21 (1) : p.54~64

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임플란트 고정성 보철물 수복을 위한 최소 교합 고경에 대한 고찰
Consideration of Minimal Interocclusal Distance for Implant-supported Prosthesis

저자 김승민, 최순호, 송영우, 강주현, 차재국, 이중석, 박영범, 정의원
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Background: The purpose of this review is to exmanine the minimal interocclusal distance
required for implant placement for each implant manufacturer without surgery.
Materials and methods: “Minimal interocclusal distance” was defined as the distance from the
edentulous alveolar crest to the functional cusp of the opposing teeth or to the contact surface
facing the central fossa of implant prosthesis. 15 journals were searched by “Pubmed”, and
specifications were inquired by manufacturer.
Result: Implants were classified into bone level and soft-tissue level implant. The bone level was
divided into external connection type and internal connection type. Implants were categorized
into cement-retention type and screw-retention type according to the fastening method of the
prosthesis. For the cement-retention type, the bone level implant required 6 mm interocclusal
distance and the soft-tissue level implant 8 mm, regardless of manufacturer. For the screwretention
type, minimal interocclusal distance were 1.5~4.5 mm for internal connection type,
3.65~4.5 mm for external connection type, 4.3~6.5 mm soft-tissue level implant.
Conclusion: There were differences in each manufacturer, but implantation can be performed
when the minimum interocclusal distance of 1.5 mm is secured.
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