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Table 4 Synopsis of included studies on tooth autotransplantation in order of publication year

From: Occlusal rehabilitation in patients with congenitally missing teeth—dental implants, conventional prosthetics, tooth autotransplants, and preservation of deciduous teeth—a systematic review

Author Year Study type Population Comparison Patients Transplants Transplant survival [%] Transplant success [%] Pulp vitality [%] Intact periodont. [%] Follow-up [y] Risk of bias
Kristersson [51] 1991 Retrosp. Agen, incis, trauma All 50 50 98 82    7.5 L
     Immature   41   90    7.5  
     Mature   9   44    7.5  
Kugelberg [52] 1994 Prosp.Ob Ag, Tr All 40 45 96 89    4 L
     Immature   23   96 100 96 4  
     Mature   22   82 0 82 4  
Marcusson [53] 1996 Prosp.Ob Ag, missing No 29 31 87     8 L
Josefsson [54] 1999 Retrosp. Oligodontia All 80 110 91     4 L
     Immature   11   92    4  
     Mature   99   82    4  
Czochrowska [55] 2002 Retrosp. Agenesis No 28 33 90 79    26.4 M
Bauss [23] 2004 Retrosp. Ag, missing All 88 91 100 84.6    4 M
     OrthDerot 27 28 100   71.4 67.8 4  
     OrthExtru 20 21 100   90.5 85.7 4  
     NoOrthod 41 42 100   97.6 95.2 4  
Jonsson [56] 2004 Prosp.Ob Ag, missing No 32 40 92.5   76 100 10 L
Tanaka [57] 2007 Retrosp. Ag, missing No 24 28 100   60.7   4 M
Mensink [58] 2010 Retrosp. Ag, missing No 44 63 100   89   1 L
Kvint [59] 2010 Retrosp. Ag, missing No 215 215 88.4 81    4.8 L
Bokelund [24] 2013 Retrosp. Agenesis All 157 211 100     10 L
     Premolar   162   93   93 10  
     Molars   49   60   60 10  
     NormalPrim   71   95   95 10  
     InfraoccPrim   140   87   87 10