CRESTAL BONE LOSS EVALUATION AROUND DENTAL IMPLANTS IN IMPLANT OSTEOTOMY SITE PREPARED BY PIEZOELECTRIC INSERTS: A CASE REPORT.

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Dr. Mayur Kaushik
Dr. Soumya Sharma
Dr. Soundarya Singh
Dr. Nazar Rana

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The process of living bone fusing to a surface of an implanted device that carries a functional load is known as osseointegration. In comparison to rotating instruments, the Piezosurgery device encourages faster wound healing and less frequently forms microfractures and smear layers. The goal of this case study was to look into how employing a piezoelectric device to prepare the osteotomy site affected the amount of crestal bone that was lost around dental implants. The Case involved one individual, who had a single missing tooth in the lower jaw's posterior region. Piezosurgery was employed to prepare the osteotomy site before the implant was inserted. Cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) was used in an assessment to gauge crestal bone loss nine months after the implant was placed. It was noted that there was less crestal bone loss around the osteotomy site prepared using a piezoelectric device as compared to the literature available in conventional drills. The results of this case study thus support the idea that using piezoelectric inserts to prepare osteotomies can significantly reduce crestal bone loss surrounding implants, improving peri-implant success

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