Improvement of Surgical Preparation of Patients with Partial Dentition Defects for Orthopedic Treatment

V. M. Soldatyuk, M. M. Rozhko

Abstract


The article describes the status of the oral cavity in patients with dentition defects living in unfavorable environmental conditions previously treated with conventional methods of orthopedic treatment and the influence of an integrated approach including special surgical preparation and correction with medicines on the bone tissue. The choice of treatment plan was taken into account in order to preserve the abutment teeth and bone tissue of the alveolar process and alveolar ridge. 


Keywords


abutment teeth; periodontal tissues; osteoporosis; bone tissue; orthopedic treatment; osteotropic agents

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