Biphosphonate(Etidronate disodium) 투여 후 치아이동에 따른 치근흡수 및 치조골 변화에 관한 연구
A study of root resorption and alveolar bone changes during tooth movement after treatment with etidronate disodium
- 황충주(Chung-Ju Hwang) 손병화(Byung-Hwa Sohn)
- The Korean Journal of Orthodontics
- 제21권 제1호
- 등재여부 : KCI등재
- 77 - 96 (20 pages)
Many studies has been conducted concerning prevention of unnecessary complications such as root resorption during orthodontic tooth movement under various mechanical forces. Nowadays, the cause of the root resorption is not thought to be confined only to mechanical forces. But the factor that affects bone metabolism are thought to be major one of the predisposing factors. The light microscope and scanning electron microscope were used to the effects of 60gm, and 100gm of tipping force on root resorption of cats, which were treated with Etidronate disodium. The results were as follows: 1. In the 60gm control group, hyalinization on the compression site of periodontal ligament appeared after first week and second week. In the 60gm experimental group, it appeared after first week with low frequency. In the 100gm control group it appeared with high frequency by first and second week while in 100gm experimental group, it appeared with low frequency. 2. In the 100gm control group, resorption of the cementum and the alveolar bone rapidly increased after second week. In the 60gm experimental group, resorption or formation of alveolar bone and cementum didn´t appear all through the experimental period. 3. In the 100gm control group. formation of cementum and alveolar bone appeared after first week while in the 100gm experimental group, formation of cementum and alveolar bone appeared after second week and fourth week respectively. In the 60gm control group, formation of the cementum didn´t appear all through the experimental period. 4. In the control group, the root resorption of 100gm group was higher than that of 60gm group after second week, while in experimental group, root resorption didn´t appear regardless of the forces.