Technique for eliminating traumatic occlusion in patients using Implant-supported bridges.
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 6189-6193
AbstractIn the article, the authors reveal the significance of traumatic occlusion in patients using fixed bridges fixed on dental implants. In the study, the authors use the method of occlusionography to reveal traumatic occlusion in the area of bridges fixed on dental implants. Selective grinding is carried out in the position of central occlusion from the occlusal surface of bridges and antagonist teeth. Radiographically, the authors assessed the degree of bone resorption in the area of implants at various times of the study. The examined patients were divided into 3 groups, of which group I consisted of 8 patients using bridges with implant support, group II - 10 patients with single artificial crowns on implants, group III - 13 patients using metal-ceramic bridges with based on devitalized teeth and implants. The appropriate distribution of patient groups was aimed to obtain comparative results of selective grinding in different clinical cases. The results of the study revealed a significant improvement in the processes of osseointegration in the area of implants using the method of selective grinding. Radiographically confirmed the normalization of the processes of osseointegration and the formation of mature bone tissue in the elimination of traumatic occlusion in the area of bridges fixed on dental implants.
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