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Treatment of Peri-implantitis With or Without Simultaneous Soft Tissue Augmentation

2020-04-01 04:26:51 | BioPortfolio

Summary

The study will aim to compare two modalities in the reconstructive treatment of peri-implantitis defects. More specifically, the control group will be a reconstructive approach (xenograft bone graft granules and collagen membrane, BioOss and BioGide, Geistlich, Wolhusen). The test group will be the same with the exception of an autologous sub-epithelial connective tissue palatal graft, sutured beneath the flap, which will be used in addition to grafting materials.

Outcomes will include CAL, PD, MR, defect resolution, PI, BoP, SUPP, patient-reported outcome measures including an aesthetic self-evaluation.

Description

The study will aim to compare two modalities in the reconstructive treatment of peri-implantitis defects.

More specifically, the control group will be a "pure" reconstructive approach (xenograft bone graft granules and reservable collagen membrane, BioOss and BioGide, Geistlich, Wolhusen). This is in accordance with gold standard practices of reconstructive therapy of peri-implant defects.

The test group will be treated with the same approach and materials, with the exception of an autologous sub-epithelial connective tissue palatal graft, sutured beneath the flap, which will be used in addition to the grafting materials. The graft will be harvested from the homolateral palate (molar region).

Outcomes will include CAL, clinical attachment level (primary outcome), PD or probing depth, MR or mucosal recession, defect resolution (composite outcome made up of simultaneous absence of PD>5 mm, BOP/SUP and bone level changes >0.5 mm, PI, BoP or bleeding upon probing, suppuration SUP on probing, SUP on palpation, patient-reported outcome measures including an aesthetic self-evaluation.

The measures will be recorded at baseline, 6-, 12-, 18- and 24 months. Radiographic bone levels will be compared with 2 week image at 12 and 24 months

Study Design

Conditions

Peri-Implantitis

Intervention

Peri-implantitis reconstructive surgery

Status

Not yet recruiting

Source

George Eastman Dental Hospital, Italy

Results (where available)

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