Papers Proceedings »
Investigation of Hospital Information and Management System for the Evaluation of Data on Implant Supported Prosthetic Treatment Applications
Purpose: Implant treatment is an up-to-date treatment method that provides prosthetic treatment by imitating the natural tooth root by placing biocompatible materials in the maxilla or mandible in areas where there is tooth deficiency, and provides the patient to restore the lost function, aesthetic and phonetic problems. The aim of this study is to evaluate the indications for prosthetic treatment, the localization of the restorations in the jaws, the minimum, maximum and mean age values and the gender-related changes of the patients who applied to the Marmara University Faculty of Dentistry, Department of Prosthetic Dentistry and received implant supported prosthetic treatment.
Material Method: Our study is a retrospective analysis study. The material of our study consists of patients who applied to the faculty between September 2015 and September 2021 and whose prosthetic rehabilitation was completed. The patients were evaluated in terms of the type, localization, minimum, maximum and mean age values of the relevant indication, gender, and the districts to which they applied. The relevant data of the patients were obtained as a result of examining the patient-movement data in the hospital information management system.
Result: In the retrospective scan made through the hospital information-management system, 1448 patients who received prosthetic treatment on implant and full denture indication and whose prosthetic treatment were completed were identified. When the gender distribution of these patients was examined, it was observed that 56% were female patients and 44% were male patients. The lowest age group is between the ages of 18-25 and constitutes 3.87% of all patients. The highest age group is between 82-90 years of age, constituting 0.62% of all patients.
Conclusion: For the last 30 years, implant treatment and its complementary functional unit, implant supported restorations, have shown high long-term success.