Acta Scientific Dental Sciences (ASDS)(ISSN: 2581-4893)

Research Article Volume 6 Issue 4

Three Different Approaches of Immediate Implant Placement in Esthetic Zone - A Clinical Audit Retrospective Study

Nol Rithy1 and Horn Rithvitou1*

University of Puthisastra, Cambodia

*Corresponding Author: Horn Rithvitou, University of Puthisastra, Cambodia.

Received: February 25, 2022; Published: March 22, 2022

Abstract

Aims and Objective: To compare the stability of hard and soft tissue around immediate implant with three different treatment modalities, bone grafting in the jumping distance, collagen sponge, and put nothing.

Materials and Methods: Fifteen male and female patients, who needed immediate implant with immediate restoration in the esthetic area, were randomised assigned into 3 groups. Group A (control group): (min. of 5 patients) used Botiss Cerabone® (Straumann GmbH, Freiburg, Germany) to graft the jumping distance. Group B (min. of 5 Patients) used collagen sponge Gelatamp® (Roeko, Coltène/Whaledent AG, Altstätten, Swiss) to fill the jumping distance and Group C (NGM): (min. of 5 patients) without any bone graft or collagen sponge to fill the jumping distance.

Results: There was significant difference between means of buccal bone thickness at implant shoulder immediately after surgery to 3 months after surgery P-value = 0.04. There was no significant difference between means of buccal bone thickness at mid-implant immediately after surgery to 3 months after surgery P-value = 0.21. There was no significant difference between means of buccal bone thickness at implant shoulder 3 months after surgery to mid-implant 3 months after surgery P-value = 0.41.All 9 implants were presented with PES ranging from 9 to 13 with the mean of 10.67 mm ( ± 1.58). Only 2 implants (22.22%) presented with PES 13, which was the highest PES among all implants in this study.

Conclusions: with in the limitation of this case series, negative buccal bone thickness change was discovered. The buccal bone thickness at the implant shoulder resorbed more significantly than the mid-implant point. Xenograft used to fill the jumping distance did not prevent the buccal bone resorption during healing if the remaining buccal bone thickness was less than 1.0 mm.

Keywords:Dental Implant; Esthestic Zone; Retrospective

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Citation

Citation: Nol Rithy and Horn Rithvitou. “Three Different Approaches of Immediate Implant Placement in Esthetic Zone - A Clinical Audit Retrospective Study".Acta Scientific Dental Sciences 6.4 (2022): 95-103.

Copyright

Copyright: © 2022 Nol Rithy and Horn Rithvitou. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.




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