Saratov JOURNAL of Medical and Scientific Research

Features of dental prosthetics at patients with chronic periodontitis and coronary heart disease

Year: 2019, volume 15 Issue: №2 Pages: 251-256
Heading: Stomatology Article type: Original article
Authors: Lepilin A.V., Eremin A.V., Lipatova T.E.
Organization: I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University, Saratov State Medical University

Objective: at patients with chronic generalized periodontitis in combination with chronic ischemic heart disease to study the change of cytokines, biomarkers of osteoproliferation and osteoresorption in comparison with the character- istics of endothelial functions and the determine rational approaches to prosthetics. Material and Methods. 90 patients with periodontitis and coronary heart disease, who use metal, metal-ceramic and removable partial dentures using thermoplastic resin were survey. We studied of cytokines, markers of bone metabolism in the oral fuid, evaluated va-sodilating, vasoconstrictor and adhesive endothelial function. Results. The coronary heart disease in combination with chronic periodontitis is characterized by the endothelial dysfunction, which associated with the activity of periodontitis. Biochemical manifestations of periodontitis, bone resorption and endothelial dysfunction are more pronounced by the use patients metal dentures compared to metal-ceramic and removable partial dentures using thermoplastic resin. Conclusion. The use of patients at periodontitis and coronary heart disease metal dentures, in contrast to patients using metal-ceramic and removable partial dentures using thermoplastic resin, is accompanied the increase of biochemical markers of infammation and bone resorption in the oral fuid and the endothelial dysfunction.

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