Acta Scientific Dental Sciences (ISSN: 2581-4893)

Literature Review Volume 4 Issue 4

Vibrational Loading Applications in Dentistry A Literature Review

Sachin Chaware*, Chetan Kakade, Smruti Thakkar and Siddesh Borse

Department of Prosthodontics, MGV KBH Dental College and Hospital, India

*Corresponding Author: Sachin Chaware, Department of Prosthodontics, MGV KBH Dental College and Hospital, India.

Received: February 27, 2020; Published: March 14, 2020

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Abstract

  Vibration loading has extensively studied as a non-invasive method bone stimulation in the various aspect of bony pathology and the most significant application is the vibrational loading on the fracture callus. Vibrational stimulation increases the osteogenic gene expression and increases the number of osteoblast. In Dentistry vibrational loading mainly used for the orthodontic tooth movement and implant Osseo integration the proposed vibrator device produces rapid tooth movements and there are few animal studies reported the stimulation of osteoblast cell at implant surface and promote significant osseointegration. The purpose of the literature review is to provide summery of various studies of bone stimulation, orthodontic tooth movements and implant Osseo-integration by vibrational loading.

Keywords: Vibrational Loading; Bone Stimulation; Osseo Integration; Orthodontic Tooth Movements

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Citation

Citation: Sachin Chaware., et al. “Vibrational Loading Applications in Dentistry A Literature Review”. Acta Scientific Dental Sciences 4.4 (2020): 50-54.



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