THE ROLE OF SOFT TISSUE VOLUME IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF PERI-IMPLANTITIS

THE ROLE OF SOFT TISSUE VOLUME IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF PERI-IMPLANTITIS

Authors

  • MARIAM GOGOTISHVILI
  • TINATIN GORGILADZE
  • MZIA BAKRADZE
  • FRIDON JAPARIDZE

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.52340/jecm.2023.03.11

Keywords:

periodontal soft tissues, orthopedic constructions, keratinized layer

Abstract

The role of aesthetics and naturalness of periodontal soft tissues in the presence of orthopedic constructions is a difficult clinical task. A study was conducted on 46 clinical cases where two-stage implantation was done. In 25 clinical cases, the keratinized gum thickness with the implant was 2 mm>, and in 21 - 2 mm <. According to the conducted study, in all dental implant cases where the keratinized gingiva was 2 mm < we obtained higher periodontological indicators, compared to the clinical cases where the gingiva was 2 mm >. The bone cannot ensure good adaptation of the implant and attachment to the soft tissues. As a result of research, we can say that in dental implant the risk of inflammation of surrounding tissues is less if keratinized layer thickness > 2 mm. BL indices of loss are high in all examined clinical cases where the thickness of the keratinized layer is < 2 mm.

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Published

2023-09-18

How to Cite

GOGOTISHVILI, M., GORGILADZE, T., BAKRADZE, M., & JAPARIDZE, F. (2023). THE ROLE OF SOFT TISSUE VOLUME IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF PERI-IMPLANTITIS. Experimental and Clinical Medicine Georgia, (3). https://doi.org/10.52340/jecm.2023.03.11

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