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The Influence of Mesodiencephalic Modulation on the Course of Postoperative Period and Osseointegration Quality in case of Intraosseus Dental Implantation

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  • Department of Prosthetic Dentistry, I. M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University, Moscow, Russia

Abstract


Objectives: A favorable character of the early postimplantation period progression largely determines the success of the ongoing orthopedic treatment. The aim of our study was to assess the effectiveness of MDM-therapy after dental implantation to prevent inflammatory complications, improve osseointegration quality and increase the installed implant stability. Method: Despite the presence of articulated ideas about the surveillance of patients undergoing dental implantation, incidence of infectious complications, occurring after the operation, as well as the absence of full-fledged osseointegration in some cases, forced practitioners to resort to additional measures that increase the clinical results of the treatment. Our attention was drawn by mesodiencephalic modulation method and its possibilities regarding the optimization of the recovery period and stimulation of internal resources of the patient. Scientific-experimental and clinical laboratory methods are the key ones of the present study. Findings: We have compared early and late clinical and laboratory findings of dental implantation in two patient populations (with MDM-therapy and without applying additional therapy in the postoperative period); some patients have experienced an increased gag reflex, which excluded the possibility of using a removable prosthesis. The obtained data were analyzed by mathematical processing with the determined minimum, maximum and average values of the defined indicators and comparison of the results in the two samples. An idea about the factors influencing the postoperative course of dental implantation and the quality of early and late osseointegration was formed. A dynamic assessment of clinical and laboratory parameters characterizing the inflammatory response after implantation in patients who received standard postoperative therapy and the standard treatment combined with the MDM-therapy was carried out. We have measured the performance of early and late stability of the installed dental implants in patients who received various models of accompanying therapy. Application/Improvements: Conclusions have been formulated about the MDM-therapy appropriateness in early postimplantation period for preventing inflammatory complications and increasing stability of the installed dental implants.

Keywords

Complications, Dental Implantation, Gag Reflex, Immunocompetence, Implant Stability, Inflammation, MDM -Therapy, Mesodiencephalic Modulation, Orthopedic Treatment with PEEK, Osseointegration, Phagocytic Activity, Stress.

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