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Effect of low intensity pulsed ultrasound stimulation on sinus augmentation in rabbits.

Takebe H, Nakanishi Y, Hirose Y, Ochi M - Clin Oral Implants Res (2013)

Bottom Line: Each area of new bone was measured.At 2, 4 and 8 weeks, the experimental sites in the 1 MHz group exhibited significantly more new bone growth than the control sites in both the upper and lower parts.When the upper and lower parts of each area were measured in combination there was a statistical difference between the test and control sites in the 1 MHz group at 2, 4 and 8 weeks; however, there were no statistical differences between the test and control sites in the 3 MHz group.

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Affiliation: Department of Oral Rehabilitation, Division of Fixed Prosthodontics and Oral Implantology, School of Dentistry, Health Sciences University of Hokkaido, Hokkaido, Japan.

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Sagittal section of the upper part at 4 weeks The 1 MHz group manifested advanced bone formation and calcification. Although in the 3 MHz group newly formed bone was found in both the experimental and control sites, there was no significant difference in the newly formed bone (arrows).
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fig08: Sagittal section of the upper part at 4 weeks The 1 MHz group manifested advanced bone formation and calcification. Although in the 3 MHz group newly formed bone was found in both the experimental and control sites, there was no significant difference in the newly formed bone (arrows).

Mentions: At 4 weeks after implantation, newly formed bone was observed surrounded by β-TCP particles in the 1 and 3 MHz groups. The 1 MHz group manifested advanced bone formation and calcification. Although in the 3 MHz group newly formed bone was found in both the experimental sites and the control sites, there were no significant differences between them (Fig.8). Newly formed bone was present underneath both the upper and lower parts in the 1 and 3 MHz groups. There was no difference in histological findings between the upper and lower parts in the 1 and 3 MHz groups. There was more newly formed bone in the experimental sites than in the control sites in the 1 and 3 MHz groups (Figs8 and 9). The experimental sites exhibited significantly more new bone growth than the control sites in both the upper and lower parts of the 1 MHz group, but there was no significant difference between the experimental sites and the control sites in both the upper and lower parts of the 3 MHz group. The experimental sites of the 1 MHz group exhibited significantly more new bone growth than the experimental sites of the 3 MHz group in the lower part. (Fig.10). When the upper and lower parts of each area were measured in combination, there was a statistical difference between the experimental and control sites in the 1 MHz group at 4 weeks; however, there were no statistical differences between the experimental and control sites in the 3 MHz group (Fig.7).


Effect of low intensity pulsed ultrasound stimulation on sinus augmentation in rabbits.

Takebe H, Nakanishi Y, Hirose Y, Ochi M - Clin Oral Implants Res (2013)

Sagittal section of the upper part at 4 weeks The 1 MHz group manifested advanced bone formation and calcification. Although in the 3 MHz group newly formed bone was found in both the experimental and control sites, there was no significant difference in the newly formed bone (arrows).
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fig08: Sagittal section of the upper part at 4 weeks The 1 MHz group manifested advanced bone formation and calcification. Although in the 3 MHz group newly formed bone was found in both the experimental and control sites, there was no significant difference in the newly formed bone (arrows).
Mentions: At 4 weeks after implantation, newly formed bone was observed surrounded by β-TCP particles in the 1 and 3 MHz groups. The 1 MHz group manifested advanced bone formation and calcification. Although in the 3 MHz group newly formed bone was found in both the experimental sites and the control sites, there were no significant differences between them (Fig.8). Newly formed bone was present underneath both the upper and lower parts in the 1 and 3 MHz groups. There was no difference in histological findings between the upper and lower parts in the 1 and 3 MHz groups. There was more newly formed bone in the experimental sites than in the control sites in the 1 and 3 MHz groups (Figs8 and 9). The experimental sites exhibited significantly more new bone growth than the control sites in both the upper and lower parts of the 1 MHz group, but there was no significant difference between the experimental sites and the control sites in both the upper and lower parts of the 3 MHz group. The experimental sites of the 1 MHz group exhibited significantly more new bone growth than the experimental sites of the 3 MHz group in the lower part. (Fig.10). When the upper and lower parts of each area were measured in combination, there was a statistical difference between the experimental and control sites in the 1 MHz group at 4 weeks; however, there were no statistical differences between the experimental and control sites in the 3 MHz group (Fig.7).

Bottom Line: Each area of new bone was measured.At 2, 4 and 8 weeks, the experimental sites in the 1 MHz group exhibited significantly more new bone growth than the control sites in both the upper and lower parts.When the upper and lower parts of each area were measured in combination there was a statistical difference between the test and control sites in the 1 MHz group at 2, 4 and 8 weeks; however, there were no statistical differences between the test and control sites in the 3 MHz group.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Oral Rehabilitation, Division of Fixed Prosthodontics and Oral Implantology, School of Dentistry, Health Sciences University of Hokkaido, Hokkaido, Japan.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus