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Table 3 Association between the cause of missing teeth and implants outcomes

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

Congenital vs non-congenital causes Model 1 Model 2
OR 95% CI p value OR 95% CI p value
Implant loss 5.25 0.25, 108.33 0.283 4.17 0.24, 71.72 0.326
Satisfaction 19.71 1.33, 292.19 0.030* 18.18 1.14, 289.15 0.040*
Complaints 0.55 0.12, 2.49 0.435 0.70 0.14, 3.49 0.667
Mobility 0.84 0.07, 9.48 0.886 0.88 0.08, 9.21 0.912
Bleeding 1.12 0.40, 3.18 0.827 1.07 0.37, 3.07 0.905
Recurrent inflammations 1.43 0.44, 4.70 0.555 1.47 0.45, 4.88 0.525
  1. Footnote: OR odds ratio; *statistically significant p values are presented in italics
  2. Model 1 was adjusted for age, sex, smoking (yes or no), and number of missing teeth (continuous)
  3. Model 2 was additionally adjusted for bone augmentation (yes or no) and additional surgical procedures involving craniofacial structures (yes or no)