Bone structure regeneration after low induction magnetic field treatment in teeth chosen for extraction

Opalko K, Dojs A


Purpose: The aim of the work was to use and to evaluate the usefulness of the slow variable magnetic fields to aid the treatment of the teeth chosen for extraction. The marginal paradontium of periapical bone of teeth was in a state of extensive destruction. The teeth were chosen for extraction.
Material and methods: 13 patients were chosen. 10 of them had with endo-perio changes and 3 suffered from full tooth luxation and had the teeth replanted. Those people were to have an extraction procedure or were declared as impossible to treat in other dental offices. Patients underwent non-aggressive skaling, endodontic treatment and were exposed to slow variable magnetic fields generated by Viofor JPS, accordingly to methods and parameters suggested by Department of Propaedeutics in Dentistry of Pomeranian Medical University in Szczecin. The process of healing of changes was evaluated radiologically.
Results: RTG done after 2 weeks and after 2 months were evaluated in respect of bone regeneration. They show the bone structure concentration. A RTG evaluation after half a year, two and three years show a preservation of the bone structure concentration.
Conclusions: The use of slow variable magnetic fields contributed to bone structure regeneration and to preserve teeth with recorded endo-perio syndrome. Endodontic treatment of replanted teeth, aided with magnetostimulation has stopped the osteolisis process.

Key words: bone structure regeneration, low induction magnetic field.