COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS AND CLINICAL EXPERIENCE WITH OSTEOPLASTIC MATERIALS MATERIALS BASED ON NON-DEMINERALIZED BONE COLLAGEN AND ARTIFICIAL HYDROXYLAPATITE AT THE CLOSE OF BONE DEFECTS IN AMBULATORY SURGICAL DENTISTRY

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Background: In the presence of bone defects during surgery is not always performed osteoplastic material replenishment defect that leads to a lengthening of the timing healing, bone regeneration, and treatment outcome. Application of osteoplastic materials allows for faster treatment outcomes, accelerate the regeneration of bone tissue in the area of the defect. Aim: To examine the effectiveness of materials based on non-demineralized bone collagen and artificial hydroxylapatite when filling bone defects in outpatient surgical practice dentistry. Patients and methods: 22 patients with bone defects of various localization using osteoplastic materials were examined and treated. In our study, two groups were allocated on the etiology of bone loss: radicular cysts and chronic generalized periodontitis. Basic methods of diagnosis and monitoring of treatment in the work presented with the cone-beam computed tomography and digital orthopantomography. Results: Application of the testing osteoplastic materials resulted in faster recovery times with a combination of bone defects using resorbable membranes or gel enriched fibrin. In all 22 patients both tested materials were well tolerated, allergic reactions were not identified. However, five patients with a history of endocrinological history, during which treatment material is applied on the basis non-demineralized bone collagen, the degree of osseointegration has been reduced by 25% compared to the somatic healthy patients. In 3 patients with a history of hematological history, during which the treatment was applied material on the basis of artificial hydroxyapatite, the regeneration of the bone defect was reduced by 20%, which suggests the influence of somatic condition of the patient on the regeneration of bone tissue. Currently, all patients are on dynamic monitoring, recurrence has been detected. Conclusion: Materials based on nondemineralized bone collagen and hydroxyapatite artificial equally successful during the replacement of the bone defect during surgery. However, the degree of regeneration may be different if the patient has a history of aggravated that should be considered when planning treatment.


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M. V. Dunaev

Central Dental Clinic of FSS, Moscow

Author for correspondence.
Email: csp05@mail.ru

Russian Federation

MD, dental surgeon, chief medical officer of the Central dental clinic of the Federal Security Service of Russia

 

V. A. Kitaev

Central Dental Clinic of FSS, Moscow, Russian Federation

Email: DoctorCSP@mail.ru

Russian Federation

кандидат медицинских наук, стоматолог-хирург, заведующий хирургическим отделением Центральной стоматологической поликлиники ФСБ РФ
Адрес: 101000, Москва, ул. Малая Лубянка, д. 9, тел.: +7 (495) 914-56-57

M. V. Motavkina

Central Dental Clinic of FSS, Moscow, Russian Federation

Email: mari.matavkina.85@mail.ru

Russian Federation кандидат медицинских наук, стоматолог-хирург Центральной стоматологической поликлиники ФСБ РФ; ассистент кафедры терапевтической стоматологии Первого МГМУ им. И.М. Сеченова Адрес: 101000, Москва, ул. Малая Лубянка, д. 9, тел.: +7 (495) 914-44-35

A. E. Druzhinina

Central Dental Clinic of FSS, Moscow, Russian Federation

Email: selena1251@mail.ru

Russian Federation

аспирант кафедры имплантации и реконструктивной хирургии полости рта МГМСУ им. А.И. Евдокимова; стоматолог-хирург Центральной стоматологической поликлиники ФСБ РФ
Адрес: 101000, Москва, ул. Малая Лубянка, д. 9, тел.: +7 (495) 914-44-35

A. S. Bubnov

Central Dental Clinic of FSS, Moscow, Russian Federation

Email: bubnoff23@yandex.ru

Russian Federation

стоматолог-хирург Центральной стоматологической поликлиники ФСБ РФ
Адрес: 101000, Москва, ул. Малая Лубянка, д. 9, тел.: +7 (495) 914-44-35

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