Evaluación clínica de una barrera biodegradable en defectos óseos periimplantarios

  1. Martínez-Conde Llamosa, Rafael
  2. Eguizabal Chacartegui, J.
  3. Aguirre Zorzano, K.A.
  4. Núñez Antón, Vicente A.
  5. Aguirre Urizar, J.M.
Journal:
Periodoncia: Sociedad Española de Periodoncia

ISSN: 1131-8821

Year of publication: 1999

Volume: 9

Issue: 1

Pages: 53-58

Type: Article

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Abstract

The efficacy of a biodegradable barrier applied to smaller than 5mm peri-implant dehiscence defects is studied in this paper. A ramdomized prospective double-blinded study was made in 14 paptients (mean 57.3 years). Reabsorbable barriers were used to treat peri-implant surgical defects. The same protocol were followed in all the patients. Bone gain was measured during the implant exposition surgical phase. The mean percentage of bone gain was 84.64%. Regardless of wether autologous grafts were used or not, treatrnent success was statistically significant (p= 0.028). Biodegradable barriers are usefull in the treatment of small peri-implant defects.