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임플랜트 지지 상부구조물에서 나사조임순서와 조임방법이 풀림토크값에 미치는 영향
THE EFFECT OF SCREW TIGHTENING SEQUENCE AND TIGHTENING METHOD ON THE DETORQUE VALUE IN IMPLANT-SUPPORTED SUPERSTRUCTURE

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Authors
최정한; 김창회; 임영준; 김명주; 이석형
Issue Date
2007
Publisher
대한치과보철학회
Citation
2007;45(5)
Keywords
Screw tightening sequenceScrew tightening methodDetorque valuePickup impressionInternal connection implant
Abstract
Statement of problem: The screw detorque value is a measure of the preload remaining in the screw just before detorquing. Purpose: This study evaluated the effect of different screw tightening sequences and tightening methods on detorque values for a well-fitting implant superstructure. Material and method: An implant superstructure that connected directly to four implants (Astra Tech) was fabricated on a fully edentulous mandibular acrylic resin model. Six well-fitting dental stone casts were made with a pickup impression of the superstructure from the acrylic resin model. To evaluate the effect of three screw tightening sequences (1-2-3-4, 2-4-3-1, and 2-3-1-4) and two tightening methods (2-step and 1-step) on the stability of screw joint, the detorque values for a well-fitting implant superstructure were measured twice after screw tightening using 20 Ncm. Detorque values were analyzed using multi-way analysis of variance and two-way analysis of variance at a .05 level of significance. Results: 1. The mean detorque values for three screw tightening sequences were 12.3 Ncm, 12.6 Ncm, and 12.0 Ncm, respectively. 2. The mean detorque values for two screw tightening methods were 12.0 Ncm, and 12.2 Ncm, respectively. 3. The mean of mimimum detorque values for three screw tightening sequences and for two tightening methods were 10.6 Ncm, 11.1 Ncm, 10.5 Ncm, and 9.8 Ncm, respectively. 4. No statistically significant differences among the variables of screw tightening sequence and tightening method were found (p>.05) for detorque values and for mimimum detorque values. Conclusion: Within the limitations of this study, the screw tightening sequence and tightening method did not have a significant effect on the detorque values for a well-fitting implant superstructure.
ISSN
0301-2875
Language
Korean
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/47572
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