SINGLET OXYGEN THERAPY IN THE COMPLEX TREATMENT OF THE PATIENTS SUFFERING FROM GENERALIZED PERIODONTITIS

O. V. Dovhanych, V. I. Hereliuk

Abstract


The objective of the research was to increase the efficacy in complex treatment of the patients with generalized periodontitis with the help of the singlet oxygen therapy (SOT). The most important results of the singlet-oxygen therapy use are the following: antioxidant system recovery, normalization of the cell membrane potential, peripheral circulation improvement, the improvement of oxygen consumption by tissues and blood flow properties, immune modulation of T&B immunity systems and sIgA stimulation, and the correction of endothelium dysfunction. At the moment one of the contemporary methods of complex treatment for periodontal tissue diseases is applying the singlet oxygen therapy (SOT) in dentistry.

140 patients with stages I-III generalized periodontitis were examined and treated. All the patients were divided into 4 groups. The conventional therapy only was provided for the patients (20 persons) of Group 1. Treatment of Group II patients (35 persons) was complemented by the SOT internally according to a diagram, 12 sessions every 6 months. The patients of the Group III (35 persons) got the conventional and also the SOT with inhalations according to a diagram, 12 sessions every 6 months. The patients of the Group IV (50 persons) (the main group) got the conventional therapy and the SOT both as inhalations and internally as a complex treatment. A comparison group consisted of 15 persons with clinically intact periodontium. In the research there was used steam-and-water mixture enriched with singlet oxygen and the so-called “activated water” generated in the activator of MIT-S device. The obtained results prove that use of singlet oxygen therapy in complex treatment of the patients with stages I-III generalized periodontitis provides a significant improvement of clinical treatment performance.

Complex treatment of the patients with generalized periodontitis combined with the use singlet oxygen therapy administered internally and as inhalations shows significantly higher efficiency than conventional treatment and other methods of the singlet oxygen therapy use according to the clinical indices. 


Keywords


generalized periodontitis; complex treatment; singlet oxygen therapy

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