Assessment of Functional and Dysfunctional on Implant Stability Measurement for Quality of Life
Mohd Mustafa Al Bakri, Abdullah
Razli, Che Razak
Abdul Hamid, Adom
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This study was conducted to investigate the effect of an implant wearer comprising among orthopedic patients as well as the use of implant dentistry in Northern Malaysia. A total of 100 questionnaires were distributed and 70 questionnaires can be used to record, analyze and test hypotheses. Data for all variables were collected through a questionnaire administered alone and analyzed by using SmartPLS V3. A total of four (4) hypotheses have been formulated and the results show that the hypothesis is supported. The results show that: (1) limit the functionality and quality of life was significantly (0.904) in connection with the implant wearer, (2) physical pain was significantly (0.845) relating to the quality of life, (3) physical discomfort was significantly (0.792) in connection with quality of life, and also (4) social discomfort is significant as well (0.809). This finding suggests that there are positive effects on the implant wearer who through life routine. The results of the study may also serve as a basis for reliable decisions related to quality of life and for the implementation of awareness campaign that increase how the need for humanity in the field of quality involvement.