Vol. 8, Issue 4 (2019)
Radio-wave cystotomy and osteoplasty as a method of treatment of jaw radicular cysts combined with periodontitis
MM Rozhko, TZ Yatsiv, IR Yarmoshuk and AV Pantus
Treatment of patients with radicular cysts of the jaws is one of the most urgent problems in dental surgery since half of the surgeries during outpatient reception hours are accounted for by cystectomy and cystotomy. Relapses may occur in case of the traditional method of cystectomy. The use of modern radio- wave technologies in combination with osteoplasty can contribute to the problem solving. The objective of our research was to increase the effectiveness of treatment of patients with jaw radicular cysts combined with periodontitis by using transcanal radio-wave cystotomy and jaw osteoplasty. 60 patients with radicular cysts of the jaws at the age of 20 to 45 were examined and treated. The patients were divided into two groups. Control group I consisted of 30 patients who underwent treatment according to traditional method: surgery with resection of the root end and simultaneous granuloma removal. Group II included 30 patients who underwent minimally invasive method of radicular cysts treatment with the help of HFSE-350M/120B Nadiya-2 high-frequency radio-wave apparatus of domestic production in combination with gingival pockets osteoplasty. The application of transcanal radio-wave cystotomy allows providing almost bloodless surgical area, minimizing postoperative pain, accelerating wound healing and reducing the duration of patients’ treatment. The obtained results of the clinical research indicated the benefits of our method use in the treatment of jaw radicular cysts.
How to cite this article:
MM Rozhko, TZ Yatsiv, IR Yarmoshuk, AV Pantus. Radio-wave cystotomy and osteoplasty as a method of treatment of jaw radicular cysts combined with periodontitis. Pharma Innovation 2019;8(4):672-675.