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Vol. 7, Issue 3 (2018)

Bone tissue mineral density of the alveolar sprouts in persons of young age with crowded teeth on the background of chronic catarrhal gingivitis

Author(s):
Oleksiy Mandych
Abstract:
It is known that among the abnormalities of maxillodental system a leading place takes crowded position of teeth. The article presents a study of bone tissue mineral density (BTMD) using a computed tomography in young patients with crowded teeth on the background of chronic catarrhal gingivitis. For today, in the study of bone tissue mineral density the method of computed tomography is wide use. At the quantitative computed tomography get an image of thin slice of the body of bone, which allows to determine the bulk density of mineral substances in bone tissue, regardless of surrounding cortical layer. That's why it was studied the state of bone tissue mineral density of the alveolar sprouts in persons of young age with crowded teeth on the background of chronic catarrhal gingivitis. It is proved that for this contingent of patients bone tissue mineral density of the upper jaw was on average in 1.9 times and the lower jaw in 1.7 times below than in practically healthy individuals. Thus, it was found that in people with crowded teeth without concomitant periodontal pathology the results of the measurement of bone tissue mineral density was higher than in patients with combined dental pathology.
Pages: 139-141  |  450 Views  10 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Oleksiy Mandych. . The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2018; 7(3): 139-141.
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