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Socket preservation using deproteinized horse-derived bone mineral.

Park JY, Koo KT, Kim TI, Seol YJ, Lee YM, Ku Y, Rhyu IC, Chung CP - J Periodontal Implant Sci (2010)

Bottom Line: The healing process following tooth extraction apparently results in a pronounced resorption of the alveolar ridge.As a result, the width of alveolar ridge is reduced and severe alveolar bone resorption occurs.The ridge width exhibited no significant difference between baseline and 6 months.

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Affiliation: Department of Periodontology and Dental Research Institute, Seoul National University School of Dentistry, Seoul, Korea.

ABSTRACT

Purpose: The healing process following tooth extraction apparently results in a pronounced resorption of the alveolar ridge. As a result, the width of alveolar ridge is reduced and severe alveolar bone resorption occurs. The purpose of this experiment is to clinically and histologically evaluate the results of using horse-derived bone mineral for socket preservation.

Methods: The study comprised 4 patients who were scheduled for extraction as a consequence of severe chronic periodontitis or apical lesion. The extraction was followed by socket preservation using horse-derived bone minerals. Clinical parameters included buccal-palatal width, mid-buccal crest height, and mid-palatal crest height. A histologic examination was conducted.

Results: The surgical sites healed uneventfully. The mean ridge width was 7.75 ± 2.75 mm at baseline and 7.00 ± 2.45 mm at 6 months. The ridge width exhibited no significant difference between baseline and 6 months. The mean buccal crest height at baseline was 7.5 ± 5.20 mm, and at 6 months, 3.50 ± 0.58 mm. The mean palatal crest height at baseline was 7.75 ± 3.10 mm, and at 6 months, 5.00 ± 0.82 mm. There were no significant differences between baseline and 6 months regarding buccal and palatal crest heights. The amount of newly formed bone was 9.88 ± 2.90%, the amount of graft particles was 42.62 ± 6.57%, and the amount of soft tissue was 47.50 ± 9.28%.

Conclusions: Socket preservation using horse-derived bone mineral can effectively maintain ridge dimensions following tooth extraction and can promote new bone formation through osteoconductive activities.

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Clinical photograph of the socket preservation procedure. (A) Horse-derived bone minerals were placed into the extraction socket. (B) Primary closure was achieved. (C) Six months of healing. (D) Newly formed bone was incorporated with graft particles at reentry.
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Figure 1: Clinical photograph of the socket preservation procedure. (A) Horse-derived bone minerals were placed into the extraction socket. (B) Primary closure was achieved. (C) Six months of healing. (D) Newly formed bone was incorporated with graft particles at reentry.

Mentions: Extracted sockets were grafted with horse-derived bone mineral (OCS-H, NIBEC, Seoul, Korea) and covered by placing barrier membranes (Bio-Gide, Geistlich Pharma AG, Wolhusen, Switzerland) over the graft (Fig. 1). For primary closure, periosteums were incised and the buccal flap was coronally advanced and sutured in a tension-free state.


Socket preservation using deproteinized horse-derived bone mineral.

Park JY, Koo KT, Kim TI, Seol YJ, Lee YM, Ku Y, Rhyu IC, Chung CP - J Periodontal Implant Sci (2010)

Clinical photograph of the socket preservation procedure. (A) Horse-derived bone minerals were placed into the extraction socket. (B) Primary closure was achieved. (C) Six months of healing. (D) Newly formed bone was incorporated with graft particles at reentry.
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Figure 1: Clinical photograph of the socket preservation procedure. (A) Horse-derived bone minerals were placed into the extraction socket. (B) Primary closure was achieved. (C) Six months of healing. (D) Newly formed bone was incorporated with graft particles at reentry.
Mentions: Extracted sockets were grafted with horse-derived bone mineral (OCS-H, NIBEC, Seoul, Korea) and covered by placing barrier membranes (Bio-Gide, Geistlich Pharma AG, Wolhusen, Switzerland) over the graft (Fig. 1). For primary closure, periosteums were incised and the buccal flap was coronally advanced and sutured in a tension-free state.

Bottom Line: The healing process following tooth extraction apparently results in a pronounced resorption of the alveolar ridge.As a result, the width of alveolar ridge is reduced and severe alveolar bone resorption occurs.The ridge width exhibited no significant difference between baseline and 6 months.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Periodontology and Dental Research Institute, Seoul National University School of Dentistry, Seoul, Korea.

ABSTRACT

Purpose: The healing process following tooth extraction apparently results in a pronounced resorption of the alveolar ridge. As a result, the width of alveolar ridge is reduced and severe alveolar bone resorption occurs. The purpose of this experiment is to clinically and histologically evaluate the results of using horse-derived bone mineral for socket preservation.

Methods: The study comprised 4 patients who were scheduled for extraction as a consequence of severe chronic periodontitis or apical lesion. The extraction was followed by socket preservation using horse-derived bone minerals. Clinical parameters included buccal-palatal width, mid-buccal crest height, and mid-palatal crest height. A histologic examination was conducted.

Results: The surgical sites healed uneventfully. The mean ridge width was 7.75 ± 2.75 mm at baseline and 7.00 ± 2.45 mm at 6 months. The ridge width exhibited no significant difference between baseline and 6 months. The mean buccal crest height at baseline was 7.5 ± 5.20 mm, and at 6 months, 3.50 ± 0.58 mm. The mean palatal crest height at baseline was 7.75 ± 3.10 mm, and at 6 months, 5.00 ± 0.82 mm. There were no significant differences between baseline and 6 months regarding buccal and palatal crest heights. The amount of newly formed bone was 9.88 ± 2.90%, the amount of graft particles was 42.62 ± 6.57%, and the amount of soft tissue was 47.50 ± 9.28%.

Conclusions: Socket preservation using horse-derived bone mineral can effectively maintain ridge dimensions following tooth extraction and can promote new bone formation through osteoconductive activities.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus