Saratov JOURNAL of Medical and Scientific Research

Moscow State Stomatological University

Comparative Efficacy of Oral Hygiene, a Complex Containing Triklogard and Herbal Extracts you have Patients on the Orthodontic Treatment with Braket-system

Year: 2011, volume 7 Issue: №1 Pages: 334-336
Heading: Stomatology Article type: Short message
Authors: Usachev V.V., Juk А.О., Suyetenkov D.Ye., Zakharov A.V.
Organization: Saratov State Medical University, Moscow State Stomatological University, First Moscow State Medical University n.a. I.M. Sechenov
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A comparison of the effectiveness of hygiene containing Triklogard and plant extracts in patients with a bracket system. Preference is not revealed. A modification of the index of oral hygiene for patients with braces

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Clinical and radiological evaluation of sinus-lifting results with digital volume tomography

Year: 2010, volume 6 Issue: №2 Pages: 396-400
Heading: Stomatology Article type: Original article
Authors: A.M. Panin, A.Yu. Vasiljev, V.V. Vishnyakov, N.S. Serova, A.A. Kharlamov
Organization: Moscow State Stomatological University
Summary:

Modern techniques of radiological examination form the basis for additional diagnostic and planning methods of surgical treatment in oral surgery and implantology. Assessment of maxillary sinus condition and sinuslifting results is a part of preoperative examination before dental implantation. The estimated results of digital volume tomography after sinuslifting have shown that 51,1% of patients have lack of volume of implant on the medial wall of the sinus. That does not allow placing dental implant in correct position. The digital volume tomography is highly informative and convenient radiological examination method in diagnosis of maxillary sinus condition, assessment of sinuslifting results and application of further dental implantation

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Dental implants as Treatment Option in Patients With Osteopenic Syndrome and Type II Diabetes

Year: 2009, volume 5 Issue: №2 Pages: 242-244
Heading: Stomatology Article type: Original article
Authors: D.R. Tovmasjan, A.M. Panin, A.M. Mkrtumjan, M.V. Kozlova
Organization: Moscow State Stomatological University
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One of the important problems in modern dentistry is the study of jaw bone changes associated with type II diabetes. The aim of this study is to evaluate the influence of osteopenic syndrome on osseointegration when using dental implants in patients with type II diabetes. 40 patients with type II diabetes have been evaluated and assigned to two different groups based on the duration of the disease. Including criteria in patients with compensated diabetes were fasting glucose test results

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CLINICAL USE OF MODERN FLUOROQUINOLONES IN DENTAL IMPLANTATION AND MAXILLARY SINUS LIFTING

Year: 2009, volume 5 Issue: №1 Pages: 92-95
Heading: Stomatology Article type: Original article
Authors: A.M. Panin, V.N. Tsarev, V.I. Chuvilkin, S.A. Novikov
Organization: Moscow State Stomatological University
Summary:

New fluoroquinolones like levofloxacine, with broad-spectrum of effect which is also active against anaerobic bacteria, is a prospective drug for the prevention of the inflammatory complications in implant dentistry and maxillary sinus augmentation. 34 patients have been selected for this study, including 16 women and 18 men aged 18-65. All the patients have been classified into the main and control groups. Patiens of the first group have been prescribed 500 mg of levofloxacine before and after the operation two times a day for 10 days. Patients of the control group have been treated with amocxicilline. In the control group, which has used amoxicilline, Streptococcus sanguis, Streptococcus salivarius and anaerobic bacteria have been identified. The amount of Prevotella intermedia is insignificant. The same picture has been found with Fusobacterium spp. The rate of Actinomyces spp. was insignificant over the whole period of study. Patients of the experimental group had a slightly different distribution of bacteria. On the 10th day after the operation in the main patient group no periodontal pathogenesis, which may cause inflammatory complications have been identified. During the early post-operative period no significant differences have been observed among the patients of both groups.

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