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Souto RMC, Téllez CL, Sánchez RR, Rosales CEN, Gómez RZ
Application of ozone in dental alveolitis
Mul Med 2018; 22 (1)

Language: Español
References: 19
Page: 167-177
PDF: 79.44 Kb.

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An experimental, controlled, phase III, randomized, double blind study was conducted in two branches, with the aim of evaluating the effectiveness of ozone in patients treated with dental alveolitis, in the period from April 2015 to April 2016, attended the emergency department of the Rene Vallejo polyclinic in Bayamo municipality. Individuals were randomized into two groups: group 1 or study, which was treated with oleozon and group 2 or control, treated with alvogil. The variables of inflammation, healing and response to treatment were evaluated in the consultations, after the two treatments were applied, at 48 hours as first consultation, 72 hours as second consultation, 96 hours as third consultation and at 7 days. In the third consultation a final cut was made. The results showed 40 patients for the study group (80 %) pain relief 5 minutes after the medication was applied, 40 patients (80 %) were not inflamed in the third consultation, as well as 46 patients (92 %) had scarring and 43 patients (86 %) responded favorably to treatment, in the control group, the results showed that 13 patients (26 %) relieved the pain 5 minutes after applying the medication, 35 patients (70 %) were not inflamed, 44 patients (88 %) had total healing and 40 (80 %) patients had a favorable response to treatment. There were no significant differences in the application of ozone treatment in relation to conventional treatment.

Key words: tooth extraction, tooth socket, dry socket, ozone.

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