[Dental Implants in Complex Oral Rehabilitation in Patients With Class III Occlusion and Partial Teeth Loss.]

[Dental implants in complex oral rehabilitation in patients with class III occlusion and partial teeth loss.]

Stomatologiia (Mosk). 2013; 92(3): 38-42
Ivanov SI, Muraev AA, Fomin MI, Dymnikov AB

To prove the efficiency of dental implantation in complex treatment of patients with class III malocclusion and partial teeth loss. Nine patients aged 18-35 years with class III malocclusion and partial teeth loss were included in the study. All patients received two-step treatment involving orthodontic correction with two-step implantation and provisional restorations placement followed by orthognatic surgery procedure. The patients were followed-up for three years with no recurrent malocclusion or implant failure revealed, thus proving dental implantation to be useful tool in complex oral rehabilitation of patients with class III malocclusion and partial teeth loss. HubMed – rehab


[Clinical aspects of bone augmentation procedures in complex topography in patients with partial or full teeth loss.]

Stomatologiia (Mosk). 2013; 92(3): 30-33
Kulakov AA, Bra?lovskaia TV, Stepanova II, Kasparov AS, Shcherchkov SV, Osman BM

The paper concerns the problem of implant-based oral rehabilitation in complex alveolar bone topography. The study included 56 patients with partial and full teeth loss and significant alveolar bone atrophy Resonance frequency rates were used to assess intraosseous dental implants stability showing its improvement after alveolar bone augmentation procedures. HubMed – rehab


Muscle activity in the course of rehabilitation of masticatory motor system functional disorders .

Postepy Hig Med Dosw (Online). 2013; 67: 507-16
Kijak E, Lietz-Kijak D, Sliwi?ski Z, Fr?czak B

On the basis of selected cases, evaluation of the usefulness of muscular exercises in rehabilitation of patients stricken by a dysfunction of the motor system of the chewing organ was accomplished. The assessment of the electric function of chewing muscles together with the registration of mandibular movements with the axiographic Zebris JMA apparatus was made, both before and after muscular therapy. The examination has shown that regardless of microor macro-traumatic cause, the set of muscular exercises appropriately selected and dutifully carried out is able to restore full condition of the motor system of the bone-dental structure effectively. HubMed – rehab