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JCR. 2020; 7(11): 2758-2762


Assessment of the use of hybrid dental implants in oral and maxillofacial surgery- A clinical st

Rohit Sharma, Nitin Bhagat, Siddharth Rawat, Singh Priyanka Jaiprakash, Amit Sarka.

Abstract
The present study was conducted to assess the use of hybrid dental implants in oral and
maxillofacial surgery. The present study was conducted on 52 patients of who received hybrid dental implants
of both genders. Patients were recalled regularly first at 3 months, followed by at 6 months and 9 months.
Patients were evaluated for pain, mobility, infection and wound dehiscenceOut of 52 patients, males were 32
and females were 20. At 3 months after implant placement, 24 patients had score 3, 11 had score 2, 1 had score
12 and 5 had score 0. After 9 months all 52 patients had score 0. The difference I pain score on VAS recorded at
3 months, 6 months and 9 months found to be significant (P< 0.05). After 3 months, mobility was absent in 40
while 12 had mild mobility, after 6 months, 47 had no mobility while 5 had still mild mobility and after 9
months, 51 had no mobility and 1 had mild mobility (P< 0.05). After 3 months, infection was seen in 12, after 6
months inn 3 and after 9 months in 0 patients. Wound dehiscence was present in 15 after 3 months, 7 after 6
months and in 0 after 9 months. Authors found that hybrid dental implant resulted in less pain, mobility,
infection and wound dehiscence in follow up periods. Hence these implants can be considered as potential
treatment option in replacing missing teeth with less amount of bone.

Key words: Dental implants, Hybrid, pain



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