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The present study is a human, prospective, parallel, randomised controlled clinical trial conducted to check the interproximal bone loss of Z shaped incision over conventional sulcular H shaped incision.The trial is in accordance with the Consolidated Standards of Reporting Trials (CONSORT) criteria, 2010.
Twenty healthy individuals satisfying the inclusion and exclusion criteria were recruited for the study. A detailed, thorough medical and dental history was obtained and each patient was subjected to comprehensive clinical and radiological examination. All patients were informed about the nature of the study, the surgical procedure involved, potential benefits and risks associated with the surgical procedure and written informed consent were obtained from all patients. In the test group patients Z shaped incision was done to place implants and H shaped sulcular incision was placed in control group.
The clinical and radiographic parameters were recorded at baseline,24 hours,7days, three months and six months postoperatively.
Z shaped incision, H shaped incision
Krishnadevaraya college of dental sciences
Enrolling by invitation
Krishnadevaraya College of Dental Sciences & Hospital
Published on BioPortfolio: 2019-12-17T02:55:41-0500
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