The Use of Hydroxyapatite Cement Implant In Human Interproximal Periodontal Defects
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The Use of Hydroxyapatite Cement Implant In Human Interproximal Periodontal Defects

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Published by Storming Media .
Written in English

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Open LibraryOL11852699M
ISBN 101423584708
ISBN 109781423584704

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This study indicates that more clinical resolution of interproximal periodontal defects in humans can be obtained with the use of PHA than with the use of DFDB. Pirkka V. Nummikoski, Sandra L. Bifano, Thomas C. Waldrop, Hydroxyapatite Cement Implant for Regeneration of (P‐15) as a Bone Replacement Graft Material in Human Periodontal Cited by: Hence, this clinical study was undertaken to evaluate the efficacy of porous hydroxyapatite in the treatment of interproximal vertical bony defects in human beings as a regenerative implant material.   Objectives: This parallel‐group, randomized, clinical trial was designed to evaluate the clinical outcome of deep intra‐osseous defects following reconstructive surgery with the use of a synthetic hydroxyapatite/equine Type I collagen/chondroitin sulphate biomaterial (Biostite®), as compared to a bovine‐derived hydroxyapatite xenograft (Bio‐Oss®).Cited by: Galgut PN, Waite IM, Brookshaw JD, Kingston CP. A 4-year controlled clinical study into the use of a ceramic hydroxylapatite implant material for the treatment of periodontal bone defects. J Clin Periodontol ;–

  Adrian Kasaj, Bernd Röhrig, Gregory‐George Zafiropoulos and Brita Willershausen, Clinical Evaluation of Nanocrystalline Hydroxyapatite Paste in the Treatment of Human Periodontal Bony Defects – A Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial: 6‐Month Results, Journal of Periodontology, 79, 3, (), (). TEXT #1: Introduction Hydroxylapatite Implants By Clive Cussler - Book Hydroxylapatite Implants, what is hydroxyapatite hydroxyapatite is a component of bone it is a calcium phosphate mineral that is also found in rocks and sea coral plastic surgeons use hydroxyapatite implants made from a sea coral that has been treated. Limitations are that the defects are restricted to the interproximal region, the maintenance of non-human primates is expensive, and the establishment of periodontal lesions requires significant time (Kornman et al., ; Caton et al., ). The only reason I can think of why some dentists may use a permanent cement is if the implant crown keeps exfoliating after using the above cements. But this should tell us that there is some other problem here. Check the occlusion, check the axial height of the abutment, check everything but pretty please DO NOT use a permanent cement.

PMMA was used as bone cement for its strong mechanical bond strength to implants and its ability to allow even distribution of impact loads. While the success rate for medical implantations using.   Although it has several interesting applications, only HAP coatings on dental implants will be discussed in the following sections. Use of hydroxyapatite as a coating in dental implants. The dental implant is a preferred treatment option in the case of missing teeth as a means to protect surrounding tissues and provide proper retention. Based on the findings of this study, there is no rationale available to support the use of hydroxyapatite cement implant in its current formulation for the treatment of vertical intrabony periodontal defects. J Periodontol ;– Another way to avoid implant failure caused by excess cement is to use a custom abutment. Seay feels that this is one of the most important things clinicians can do to ensure the proper removal of implant cement. “Properly designed custom abutments give the clinician an anatomically shaped crown that facilitates the cleaning of cement.