Assessment of Osseointegration around Immediate Implants after Atraumatic Extraction Using Physics Forceps Device

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Anas Ibrahim Ata ; Mohamed Ahmad Elsholkamy ; Mohamed Hassan Eid

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Atraumatic Extraction; Osseointegration ; Immediate Implants ; Physics Forceps

Abstract

Clinical techniques and biomaterials have facilitated a great expansion in the indications for dental extraction and implant treatment options, which have proven successful.The aim of the present study was to assess the osseointegration around immediate implants after atraumatic extraction using physics forceps device. Patients and methods: The present study was conducted on sixteen cases with diseased teeth in the upper jaw of the premolars and anterior teeth that are not repairable and they do not have any diseases that interfere with performing the surgery. The cases were divided into two groups, each group consisting of eight cases, one of which is extracted using the physical forceps and the other with the convintional forceps. A clinical and radiological study was conducted before and immediately after the surgery and follow up after six month, the evaluation of bone formation was done. Results: The superiority of the physical forceps in increasing the stability and bone density around the implant compared to the regular forceps. Conclusion: Physics forceps are innovative extraction instruments and by using them it is possible to perform difficult extractions with predictable results and without need to reflect a flap.

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