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Table. 5.

Factors affecting peri-implant marginal bone loss

Dependent variables Independent variables B S.E. β t P VIF
Marginal bone loss (Constant) 3.778 1.693 2.232 0.027
Implant diameter 0.076 0.106 0.049 0.721 0.472 1.205
Implant length 0.110 0.057 0.133 1.938 0.054 1.229
Implant system -0.017 0.027 -0.044 -0.621 0.535 1.314
Implant type -0.861 0.309 -0.189 -2.782 0.006* 1.203
Periodontal disease -0.067 0.085 -0.053 -0.782 0.435 1.211
GBR -0.193 0.133 -0.116 -1.457 0.147 1.649
SE -0.079 0.178 -0.036 -0.443 0.658 1.741
SPT -0.315 0.133 -0.163 -2.373 0.018* 1.231
Smoking 0.170 0.173 0.070 0.984 0.326 1.306
Diabetes -0.391 0.178 -0.164 -2.197 0.029* 1.462
Anticoagulant 0.260 0.157 0.124 1.650 0.100 1.487
Liver disease -0.336 0.275 -0.082 -1.222 0.223 1.175
Immunosuppressant 0.077 0.492 0.010 0.157 0.875 1.165
Osteoporosis -0.828 0.259 -0.211 -3.196 0.002* 1.143
F = 3.128 (P < 0.000), R2 = 0.167, adjR2 = 0.114, D - W = 1.788

*: P < .05.

B, beta estimator; S.E., standard error; β, standardized coefficient; VIF, variance inflation factor; GBR, guided bone regeneration; SE, sinus elevation; SPT, supportive periodontal therapy.

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