Table 1 Characteristics of cases diagnosed with cracked teeth.

From: Dental implant placement is a possible risk factor for the development of multiple cracks in non-endodontically treated teeth

ParameterNumber of cases7Percent7 (%)
Implant amountSingle927.3
Two927.3
Three or more1545.5
Implant location in relation to the cracked toothAdjacent927.3
Non adjacent1751.5
Multiple sites721.2
Time from implant loading to crack diagnosisLess than 1 year1030.3
Between 1 to 3 years1236.4
More than 3 years1133.3
GenderWomen3650
Men3650
Patients age more than 503954
Tooth typeMolar5163.8
Premolar2430
Incisor56.3
Vital pulps16378.8
Normal periapical diagnosis26986.3
Fracture location (*)M-D32441.4
B-L32034.5
Both1424.1
Amount of fractures (*)Single4363.2
multi2536.8
Presence of both adjacent teeth45568.8
Type of restoration (*)Amalgam5563
Composite1214
Full coverage67
No restoration45
Extension of restoration5Extensive5974.7
Full coverage restoration67
Minor/none1316.5
Presence of caries5063.3
Deep periodontal pockets62634.7
  1. 1Vital = the tooth was diagnosed with either normal pulp or pulpitis, Non-vital = the pulp was necrotic; 2categorized as ‘normal’ or ‘with periapical pathology; 3M-D = mesio-distal, B-L = buccolingual; 4present = both adjacent teeth were present; 5extensive restoration=the restoration covered two or more of the tooth crown aspects, but not the whole crown, minor restoration = the restoration covered one aspect of the tooth crown; 6deep periodontal pocket = probing depth >4 mm; 7In cases where the evaluated parameters were not available from the patients’ medical records, the results were presented as a percentage from the number of cases in which that parameter was available; *P < 0.05.