Effects of Strontium Ranelate on Alveolar Ridge Morphology Augmentation

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Jing Xuan; Xiu-Ping Wu;Tae-Geon Kwon; Hee-Moon Kyung & Li Bing


The objective of this study was to compare the Primary and Secondary stability of immediate implant placement with Alveolar Ridge Augmentation (ARA) and Strontium Ranelate (SR) as aids to enhance the stability using Resonance Frequency Analysis (RFA). Fifty eight subjects ideal for immediate implants were assigned to two groups to compare the primary and secondary stability of the implant using Alveolar Ridge Augmentation and oral strontium ranelate. They were tested for primary stability on placement of the implant and after eight weeks of placement for secondary stability. The stability was measured using resonance frequency analysis. Both the procedures showed an improvement in the stability but the Alveolar Ridge Augmentation procedure showed a significantly better primary stability (P< .03) and the secondary stability (P<.00). The means of the implant stability quotient value (ISQ) for the Alveolar ridge augmentation procedure was 74.2 for primary stability, and 83.34 for secondary stability. With the enhancement of stability with both the procedures Alveolar Ridge Augmentation proved to be a better procedure to achieve successful results of an immediately placed implant.

KEY WORDS: Morphology; Alveolar ridge augmentation; Strontium ranelate; Dental implants.

How to cite this article

XUAN, J.; WU, X. P.; KWON, T. G. ; KYUNG, H. M. & BING, L. Effects of strontium ranelate on alveolar ridge morphology augmentation. Int. J. Morphol., 35(4):1328-1331, 2017.