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Antiseptic sealant and a nanocoated implant-abutment interface improve the results of dental implantation

  • Zekiy A.
  • Makurdumyan D.
  • Маtveeva E.
  • Bogatov E.
  • Kaliiants T.
Дата публикации:01.10.2019
Журнал: Clinical Implant Dentistry and Related Research
Ссылка: SCOPUS


© 2019 Wiley Periodicals, Inc. Background: Clinical measures and implant design innovation to improve primary osseointegration and reduce the bacterial contamination of the peri-implant area are intended to reduce the incidence of late inflammatory complications in dental implantation. Purpose: To study the effect of nanostructured coating and antiseptic sealant on the outcomes of dental implantation. Materials and methods: Ninety-six individuals were clinically supervised. In the first group (Screw Ti + sealant), a special antiseptic sealant matrix was used; the same sealant was used with nanocoated implants in the second group (Nanocoat + sealant), and the conventional treatment protocol was used in the control group (Screw Ti). Patients were evaluated longitudinally during treatment and rehabilitation phases with clinical examinations, radiography, periodontal pathogen detection, and patient experience surveys. Results: For patients who received a nanocoated implant and an antiseptic sealant (Nanocoat + sealant), relatively better hygienic indices were observed; there was less contamination with periodontal pathogens, bone density remained at the required level, and the overall results of treatment were better. Conclusions: Using a matrix for sealing the dental implant-abutment interface with a nanostructured surface provides reliable results regarding stable osseointegration and clinical and patient-reported outcomes of treatment success.

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