Examination of a novel designed device used for dental implants stability detection - An animal study

Haw-Ming Huang, Kuang Yu Cheng, Che-Tong Lin, Wei-Jan Huang, W.-C. Yao, P.-Y. Cheng, S.-Y. Lee

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Natural frequency (NF) technology was used to design a dental implant stability detector. Both in vivo and in vitro experiments were performed to test the possibility of using such device for detecting the status of implants. The natural frequency increasing ratio (NFIR), defined as the percentage changes between the measured NF value at each testing time-point and its initial testing value, was used as a parameter to assess implant stability. In in vitro tests, changes in stability of the root form of the dental implant were simulated by clamping the implant with a clamping stand. When the clamping torque was increased from 2 to 10 N-cm, the NFIRs obtained from the traditional hammer-impacting method and from the current designed device showed no significantly differences (p = 0.053). When the implants placed in a dog's mandible were measured using the NF device, there was a continuous increase in NFIR for the first 8 weeks. The mean NFIR value at the first week was 0.13 ± 0.048; the NFIR significantly increased to 0.408 ± 0.076 (p <0.05) by week 8. Thereafter, the measurements maintained at a plateau. When comparing the NFIR curve obtained from in vivo tests to the histological images, a strong correlation between the two data sets was found. In conclusion, the idea of using the present NF device for detecting the degree of bone healing during the osseointegration process seems feasible.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)155-162
Number of pages8
JournalJournal of Medical and Biological Engineering
Volume24
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - 2004

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Keywords

  • Dental implant
  • Device
  • Histology
  • Natural frequency
  • Stability
  • article
  • bone regeneration
  • correlation analysis
  • device
  • disease model
  • dog
  • fracture healing
  • function test
  • histopathology
  • image analysis
  • in vitro study
  • joint stability
  • mandible
  • mathematical analysis
  • measurement
  • natural frequency increasing ratio
  • natural frequency technology
  • nonhuman
  • process model
  • statistical significance
  • technology
  • tooth implantation
  • Animalia
  • Canis familiaris

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Examination of a novel designed device used for dental implants stability detection - An animal study. / Huang, Haw-Ming; Cheng, Kuang Yu; Lin, Che-Tong; Huang, Wei-Jan; Yao, W.-C.; Cheng, P.-Y.; Lee, S.-Y.

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Huang, Haw-Ming ; Cheng, Kuang Yu ; Lin, Che-Tong ; Huang, Wei-Jan ; Yao, W.-C. ; Cheng, P.-Y. ; Lee, S.-Y. / Examination of a novel designed device used for dental implants stability detection - An animal study. In: Journal of Medical and Biological Engineering. 2004 ; Vol. 24, No. 3. pp. 155-162.
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Res., 8, pp. 234-243; Cawley, P., Pavlakovic, B., Alleyne, D.N., George, R., Back, T., Meredith, N., The design of a vibration transducer to monitor the integrity of dental implants (1998) Proc. Instn. Mech. Engrs. Part H J. Eng. Med., 212, pp. 265-272; Huang, H.M., Pan, L.C., Lee, S.Y., Chiu, C.L., Fan, K.S., Ho, K.N., Assessing the implant/bone interface by using natural frequency analysis (2000) Oral Surg. Oral Med. Oral Pathol. Oral Radial Endod., 90, pp. 285-291; Huang, H.M., Lee, S.Y., Yeh, C.Y., Lin, C.T., Resonance frequency assessment of dental implant stability with various bone quality: A numerical approach (2002) Clin. Oral Impl. Res., 13, pp. 65-74; Huang, H.M., Chiu, C.L., Yeh, C.Y., Lin, C.T., Lin, L.H., Lee, S.Y., Early detection of implant healing process using resonance frequency analysis (2003) Clin. Oral Impl. Res., 14, pp. 437-443; Deporter, D.A., Watson, P.A., Pilliar, R.M., Melcher, A.H., Winslow, J., Howley, T.P., Hansel, P., Smith, D.C., A histological assessment of the initial healing response adjacent to porous-surfaced, titanium alloy dental implants in dogs (1986) J. Dent. Res., 65, pp. 1064-1070; Ayukawa, Y., Takeshita, F., Inoue, T., Yoshinari, M., Shimono, M., Suetsugu, T., Tanaka, T., An immunoelectron microscopic localization of noncollagenous bone proteins (osteocalcin and osteopontin) at the bone-titanium interface of rat tibiae (1998) J. Biomed. Mater. Res., 41, pp. 111-119; Xiang, W., Baolin, L., Yan, J., Yang, X., The effect of bone morphogenetic protein on osseointegration of titanium implants (1993) J. Oral Maxillofac. Surg., 51, pp. 647-651; Friberg, B., Sennerby, L., Meredith, N., Lekholm, U., A comparison between cutting torque and resonance frequency measurements of maxillary implants. A 20-month clinical study (1999) Int. J. Oral Maxillofac. Surg., 28, pp. 297-303; Parel, S.M., Triplett, R.G., Immediate fixture placement: A treatment planning alternative (1990) Int. J. Oral Maxillofac. Implants, 5, pp. 337-345; Roberts, W.E., Bone tissue interface (1988) J. Dent. Educ., 52, pp. 802-809

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N2 - Natural frequency (NF) technology was used to design a dental implant stability detector. Both in vivo and in vitro experiments were performed to test the possibility of using such device for detecting the status of implants. The natural frequency increasing ratio (NFIR), defined as the percentage changes between the measured NF value at each testing time-point and its initial testing value, was used as a parameter to assess implant stability. In in vitro tests, changes in stability of the root form of the dental implant were simulated by clamping the implant with a clamping stand. When the clamping torque was increased from 2 to 10 N-cm, the NFIRs obtained from the traditional hammer-impacting method and from the current designed device showed no significantly differences (p = 0.053). When the implants placed in a dog's mandible were measured using the NF device, there was a continuous increase in NFIR for the first 8 weeks. The mean NFIR value at the first week was 0.13 ± 0.048; the NFIR significantly increased to 0.408 ± 0.076 (p <0.05) by week 8. Thereafter, the measurements maintained at a plateau. When comparing the NFIR curve obtained from in vivo tests to the histological images, a strong correlation between the two data sets was found. In conclusion, the idea of using the present NF device for detecting the degree of bone healing during the osseointegration process seems feasible.

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