EFFICACY OF THE Β-TRICALCIUM PHOSPHATE IN THE STABILITY OF IMMEDIATE IMPLANT PLACEMENT- AN ORIGINAL RESEARCH

1Dr. Rajat Gupta, Dr. Prabhakar Gupta, *Dr. Sachin kumar, Dr. Tanu Gupta, Dr. Siddhant Rawat, Dr. Priyanka Singh

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Abstract:

The long term prognostic, functional and aesthetic success of the conventional noninvasive and osseointegrated dental prosthesis depends on the presence of sufficient volume of healthy jaw bone. To evaluate the efficacy of the β-tricalcium phosphate (β-TCP) in the stability of immediate implant placement in mandibular first molar cases in twelve weeks period using radiographic aids. Ten patient of 20-55yrs of age meeting the criteria for the study and reporting to oral and maxillofacial surgery OPD of Subharti Dental College with un-restorable mandibular first molar were included in this study. The mean densities for coronal buccal and lingual side, sagittal mesial and distal side, axial anterior, posterior, mesial and distal side were, 436.5 ± 374.7 & 381.2 ± 375.4 (p=0.006 & 0.004), 459 ± 493.7 & 490 ± 508.4 (p= 0.020 & 0.018), 639.4 ± 567, 381.8 ± 658.3, 198.2 ± 329.2 & 274.4 ± 765.1(p= 0.008, 0.115, 0.10& 0.30) respectively. The mean crestal bone loss on mesial and distal side were 0.60mm with SD of ± 0.6mm (p=0.02) and 0.4mm with SD of ±0.3mm (p=0.02) respectively. β-TCP doesn’t seem to be an ideal and highly beneficial bone filler around immediate implant placement, due to delayed osteoconduction and integration, poor handling and condensing property.

Keywords:

β-Tricalcium phosphate, Immediate implant, Osseo-integration

Paper Details
Month4
Year2020
Volume24
IssueIssue 6
Pages12837-12848