A method for the treatment of dentofacial deformities


(57) Abstract:

Usage: in medicine, namely in dentistry. The purpose of the invention is the reduction of treatment time. The essence of the proposal is that the electrophoresis is carried out for 0.5 - 3%-s ' solution of the trylon B, the treatment course is 10 sessions 15 minutes Advantage of the suggestions in improving functional outcomes. 2 Il.

The invention relates to medicine, namely orthodontics, and can be used for the treatment of dento-maxillary anomalies.

There is a method of correcting the deformations of the dentition by vibration exposure.

However, this method has the disadvantage that often leads to the destruction of mucous membranes of politi mouth, aggravation of inflammation, changes in the physiological state of the vessels.

Closest to the claimed method according to technical essence and the achieved effect is the way, including drug effects on tissue in areas which fixes the position of the teeth and their subsequent body movement (prototype). As drug use hyaluronidase, which is injected injected under the mucosa of the gums or by electrophoresis.

These deficiencies cause the duration of treatment.

The aim of the invention is the reduction of treatment time.

The objective is achieved by the fact that according to the method of correcting the deformations of the dentition, including drug effects on bone tissue in the area require movement of teeth, as a drug using 0.5-3% solution of the trylon-B, which is administered by electrophoresis of 10 sessions 15 min of treatment.

The method is as follows: preparing a solution of the trylon-B required concentration, which is moistened flannel strip under the active electrode and is applied to the mucous membrane in the teeth moved. The electrode is connected to the positive pole of the device.

The claimed method differs from the known introduction by electrophoresis in 0.5-3% solution of the trylon-B. In the prototype is used lidocaine. Based on this we can conclude about the validity of the novelty of the distinctive features of the claimed method.

The use of trylon-B in honey is Alicia in the body, pathological ossification of the skeleton, arthritis deposition of salts. Information on the application of the trylon B for the softening of the bone tissue of the alveolar process with the aim of subsequent corps move the teeth in the source patent documents and scientific and medical information is not found.

Thus, on the basis of this comparison we can conclude that the claimed method of correcting the deformations of the dentition has significant differences as claimed solution there is a property that does not match the properties of the known solutions and is not equal to the sum of the effects of these properties, and the positive effect of the invention is provided directly through the implementation of this significant distinction. The optimal concentration of the solution of the trylon-B is chosen empirically.

In Fig. 1 and 2 presents graphs showing the dependence of microhardness of bone (Fig. 1) and the content of CA in bone samples (Fig. 2) from the concentration of the solution of the trylon B.

The essence of the claimed method is illustrated by the following specific example.

In the rabbit experiment 3 breed Tires-Scilla, weight 2.1 kg (male) held alicedale fragment of the upper jaw, where they spent electrophoresis, dipped in 10% formalin solution prior studies fragment. Then determined the microhardness of bone tissue that fragment. Data were compared with data of rabbit 5, which have not performed electrophoresis (control). Analysis of the results showed that the microhardness of bone in rabbit 3 is significantly lower than that of the rabbit 5. Accordingly, these figures were 48 kg/mm2rabbit 3 and 77.5 kg/mm2rabbit 5.

Also determined the content of calcium in bone tissue. The study was carried out by spectral analysis. The calcium content in the bone tissue of the rabbit 3 were lower than those of rabbit 5 and respectively 10.5 and 20.5 per cent.

Electrophoresis of the trylon leads to local decalcomanie bones. Based on data from Karpenko, F. (Study of the sustainability of different collagens to enzymatic hydrolysis. Abstract.dis.Kida. Biol. Sciences. -Kiev, 1978) that the decalcified bone tissue easier resorbed than not decalcified, the proposed methodology can be used to weakening of the bone tissue in order to move the teeth in the treatment of dento-maxillary anomalies in adults.

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A METHOD for the treatment of DENTOFACIAL DEFORMITIES by medicinal electrophoresis on bone tissue in the area subject to the displacement of the teeth and applying orthodontic apparatus, wherein, with the aim of reducing the duration of treatment, electrophoresis spend 0,5 - 3,0%-s ' solution of the trylon B, the treatment course is 10 sessions 15 minutes


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