Wir verwenden Cookies, um für diese Website Funktionen wie z.B. Login, einen Warenkorb oder die Sprachwahl zu ermöglichen. Weiterhin nutzen wir für anonymisierte, statistische Auswertungen der Nutzung Google Analytics, welches Cookies setzt. Mehr Informationen finden Sie in unserer Datenschutzerklärung.
OK, ich bin einverstanden Ich möchte keine Google Analytics-Cookies
International Poster Journal of Dentistry and Oral Medicine
Login:
Benutzername:

Kennwort:

Plattform:

Kennwort vergessen?

Registrieren

Int Poster J Dent Oral Med 9 (2007), Nr. 3     15. Sep. 2007
Int Poster J Dent Oral Med 9 (2007), Nr. 3  (15.09.2007)

Poster 377, Sprache: Englisch


Success of tunnel preparations in molars with class III furcation involvement
Kaltschmitt, Jens/Dannewitz, Bettina/Eickholz, Peter
Objective: Retrospective evaluation of success after tunnel preparation of class III furcation molars.
Methods: In 41 patients (29 female, mean age 54.8±10.8 years) tunnel preparations were rendered to a total of 56 molars from 1992-2000. Before and 1 to 13 years after therapy examinations took place. A multilevel regression analysis was used to identify factors influencing the survival time of tunnel preparations: sex, jaw (maxilla/mandible), molar type (1st/2nd molar), smoking, participation in supportive periodontal therapy (SPT).
Results: Six tunnel preparations were performed in the maxilla, 50 in the mandible. Forty tunnel preparations were done at 1st, 15 at 2nd, and 1 at 3rd molars. Eight tunnel preparations were lost during the observation period: 7 in the mandible. For the lost tunnel preparations a mean survival time of 40.8±18.6 months was observed. For those tunnel preparations that were still in function a mean survival time of 53.1±22.9 months was calculated. Multilevel regression analysis identified frequent SPT as positive (p = 0.08) and smoking (p = 0.08) as negative prognostic factors for tunnel survival.
Conclusion: After an observation period of 50.7±22.6 months 48 of 56 tunnel preparations were still in function (86%).

Schlagwörter: furcation involvement, resective therapie, long-term results

Konferenz/Veranstaltung:
29.06.2006 - 01.07.2006
Europerio 5
Madrid