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Table 1 Criteria used to measure success rate of dental implants

From: Outcomes of dental implants in young patients with congenital versus non-congenital missing teeth

Criterion Used Question asked
Absence of mobility [6] Yes Are the implants mobile?
Absence of persistent subjective complaints (pain, foreign body sensation and/or dysesthesia) [6] Yes Do you have any complaints in regard to the implants? Are you satisfied with the implants?
Absence of recurrent peri-implant infection with suppuration [6] Yes Are there any recurrent infections noticed by your dentist or oral hygienist?
Absence of a continuous radiolucency around the implant [6] No
No pocket probing depth (PPD) > 5 mm [5, 28] Yes Is there any bleeding noticed when brushing or cleaning interdentally?
No PPD ≥ 5 mm and bleeding on probing (BOP) [28] Yes Is there any bleeding noticed when brushing or cleaning interdentally?
During the first year, a 1.5-mm vertical bone resorption was accepted. After the first year of service, the annual vertical bone loss should not exceed 0.2 mm (mesially or distally) ([2], Albrektsson and Isidor 1994) No