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https://www.eduzhai.net American Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences 2021, 11(2): 79-83 DOI: 10.5923/j.ajmms.20211102.01 Improving the Effectiveness of Surgical Treatment of Patients with Odontogenic Cysts of the Jaw Zaynutdinov M. O.1,*, Makhkamov M. E.2, Yusupalikhodjaeva S. Kh.3, Patkhiddinova M. Sh.3 1Tashkent State Dental Institute, Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Diseases and Traumatology, Tashkent, Uzbekistan 2Medical Institut of Karakalpakstan, Department of Dentistry, Tashkent, Uzbekistan 3Tashkent State Dental Institute, Tashkent, Uzbekistan Abstract Clinical studies were carried out in 50 patients with radicular cysts of the upper and lower jaw. The aim of the study is to increase the efficiency of surgical treatment of patients with odontogenic cysts of the jaws with a rationale for the choice of osteoplastic drugs. Filling of the cystic cavity with osteoplastic material with the addition of an antibiotic provides good immediate and long-term results of surgical interventions. The processes of formation of newly formed bone tissue are more active. The use of bone replacement materials allows you to completely close a large cavity, while the degree of reparative osteogenesis does not decrease. Keywords Osteogenesis, Biomembrane, Bone grafting, Bioceramics, Bioglass, Osteoplasty 1. Introduction Odontogenic cysts (OC) are the most frequent lesions of the upper jaw and the presence of a web is composed of epithelial tissue of odontogenic origin [1,8]. The etiology of OCs is explained by the presence of odontogenic cells remaining enclosed in the bone tissue or gingival tissue covering the upper or lower jaw, such as epithelial Malassez residues, dental plate or enamel organ (OC development). However, in other cases cysts are formed by inflammatory processes. In most cases, the lesions are true cysts with a complete and sealed epithelial lining [1,3]. Most of the latest World Health Organization (WHO) classification of redistributed keratocysts (keratinized primordial cysts) in the classification of tumours of the upper jaw under the term "kerato-cystic odontogenic tumour" (CAT) [4,9]. Its slow, extensive and non-penetrating growth provides clear evidence of its harmlessness - a situation that can facilitate late diagnosis. The appearance of signs such as cortical enlargement (Figure 1), dental dislocation or the appearance of pain or infectious symptoms should alert the doctor to the possible presence of a pathological cyst. Routine radiological examination based on panoramic radiographs reveals the presence of characteristic masses (Figure 2) [1,2,3,5]. The choice of treatment is determined by a number of * Corresponding author: zmo@bk.ru (Zaynutdinov M. O.) Received: Jan. 8, 2021; Accepted: Jan. 23, 2021; Published: Jan. 25, 2021 Published online at https://www.eduzhai.net factors such as the size of the lesion, its location, possible involvement of neighboring anatomical structures, or damage to dental structures, among others [1,2,3,5]. In surgical dentistry it is often necessary to fill in bone defects caused by trauma, inflammation, tumour removal, to correct the height of the alveolar process, etc. For this purpose, various materials are used, mostly biological substances (bone, placenta, dura mater, etc.). Disadvantages of these materials are well known: difficulty in obtaining, sterilization, storage, low osteo-inductive activity, etc. Therefore, by the efforts of many authors composite materials for filling bone defects have been created and continue to be developed [8,10]. The use of various bone materials and their substitutes for bone defects creates more, favorable conditions for the solution of the problem of replacing the lost parts [5,11]. Today, cell technologies are actively used to create materials for osteoplastic [3,4]. Both isolated synthetic materials and combinations with biological tissues are being used [6,11]. However, the filling of bone defects in the jaws showed low clinical effectiveness of a number of plastic materials [3,7]. Common methods of surgical treatment of bone defects of the jaw under the blood clot often produce a negative effect and, as a consequence, difficulties in prosthetics appear [3,6]. In the practice of oral surgery and maxillofacial surgery, a large number of biogenic and synthetic materials are used to fill defects following tooth extraction, tumours and tumour-like masses in order to prevent possible complications, postoperative bleeding and to accelerate bone regeneration [9,10]. 80 Zaynutdinov M. O. et al.: Improving the Effectiveness of Surgical Treatment of Patients with Odontogenic Cysts of the Jaw Figure 1. Cyst of the maxilla. (A) Facial asymmetry caused by vestibular cortical dilation due to the presence of an odontogenic cyst in the right posterior zone of the maxilla. (B) Smoothing of the nasolabial fold Figure 2. Residual cyst in the first quadrant, displacing the sinus wall The base of bio-composition materials is hydroxyapatite in powder and granule form or as a mixture of powder and granules. Due to the different compositions of hydroxyapatite with collagen, as well as different sizes of hydroxyapatite particles from 1 micron to 1 mm, preparations based on them have different properties. In surgical dentistry preparations based on hydroxyapatite are used both to stop bleeding and to replace bone defects in operations on the jaws. On each of these materials separate researches are executed, published in domestic and foreign editions. Experience accumulated in recent years shows that the use of domestic materials based on hydroxyapatite can displace more expensive imported products of similar purpose [5,6]. Biosytalles (bioactive crystallized glasses) are single-phase or polyphaser crystalline materials with adjustable properties, have controlled surface solubility accompanied by chemical reactions and physical and chemical processes associated with the formation of new bone tissue on the border of the implanted and bone surfaces. When they are obtained, their properties can be planned in advance [2,4]. However, to date, there are few studies in the literature on the effect of the size and structure of calcium-phosphate compounds included in the domestic Biosytalle preparation on bone tissue formation, acceleration of osteogenesis and stimulation of bone wound healing, both in the experiment and in the clinic, which is a pressing problem in surgical dentistry, maxillofacial surgery and pathophysiology [2,6]. In this connection, the purpose of our research was to estimate influence of different forms of hydroxyapatite, depending on particle size, on bone tissue regeneration, after creation of artificial defect in experiment, with the subsequent application of hydroxyapatite containing composite materials in clinic, for prevention of complications and acceleration of bone tissue regeneration American Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences 2021, 11(2): 79-83 81 at surgical treatment of cysts of the jaw. 2. Patients and Methods Own clinical trials were conducted in 50 patients with upper and lower jaw radicular cysts. We used autogenic blood plasma (a blood fraction consisting of leukocytes and fibrin proteins in addition to platelets) as a means of stimulating osteogenesis. The basis of plastic material was bioactive glass with antibiotic. Surgical treatment included dissection of a radicular cyst of the jaw - cystectomy, with resection of the tooth root tip and plastic closure of the defect by bioactive glass with antibiotic on the "pillow" of autogenous blood plasma. The study was carried out in 50 patients aged 19 to 45 years, while in 30 patients - bone cavity diameter was from 0,5 to 1 sm, in 20 patients - more than 1 sm. Clinical examination was conducted according to the generally accepted standard scheme. Anamnesis data were read out, including complaints, development of the present disease, presence and absence of concomitant pathology. All patients were divided into 3 groups according to the osteoplastic material used to fill the postoperative bone defect after cystectomy (Table 1): 1 - comparison group - 12 patients in whom the postoperative bone cavity healed by transformation of the blood clot. 2 - main group - 21 patients, the course of operation as in classical cystectomy, postoperative bone cavity (bone cavity diameter from 0,5 to 1 sm) was filled with bioactive glass with antibiotic. 3 - main group - 17 patients in whom the postoperative bone cavity from 1 to 2 sm was filled with microgranular osteoplastic material - bioactive glass on the "pillow" of autogenous plasma. Dynamic control of reparative osteo-regeneration processes was performed by X-ray examination for 1-2 days after the operation and further in 3, 6, 9, 12 months. The osteoplastic material used 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 40% 35% 30% 25% 20% 10% 0% Men (16; 32%) 75% 65% 60% Women (34; 68%) Всего прооперировано больных Blood clot Bioactive glass with antibiotic Bioactive glass with antibiotic and blood clot Figure 3. Distribution of patients according to the type of osteoplastic material used 3. Results and Discussion 1 group of investigated - 12 patients were operated on: men - 5 and women - 7, aged 19 to 55 years. 8 operations were performed on the upper jaw and 4 on the lower jaw. In total, 10 pericorneal and 2 follicular cysts were removed. Of them small cysts up to 1 cm in diameter were removed in 8 patients, and 4 patients over 1 sm in diameter. There were 11 resections of the tops of the roots. Postoperative wound healed by primary tension in 10 (83%) patients. The sutures were removed on 7-8 days after the operation. Spacing of the sutures with subsequent suppuration of the postoperative wound in patients with cysts up to 1 sm was noted in 1 (8%) people, in patients with a cyst diameter greater than 1 sm - in 1 (8%) cases. In total, complications in traditional treatment of cysts - 16%. Patients with postoperative complications were prescribed antibiotics, daily wound irrigation with antiseptic solutions and enzymes, physiotherapeutic procedures were performed. As a result of intensive complex treatment, wounds healed in all patients with secondary tension. Patients did not complain during the control examination, the postoperative scars were inconspicuous and painless. X-ray inspection was carried out in 1, 3, 6 and 12 months, according to the results it was found that bone regeneration in the postoperative cavities is intense, the defect contours become blurred. In 6 months the newly formed bone in postoperative defects in cysts up to 1 sm in size approaches the normal surrounding bone tissue in its structure. If the defects are more than 1.0 sm in X-ray images of the newly formed bone areas, the increased spongyness with air areas is determined, centers of darkening are preserved, the structure of the bone has a fine-shaped pattern, 82 Zaynutdinov M. O. et al.: Improving the Effectiveness of Surgical Treatment of Patients with Odontogenic Cysts of the Jaw after 12 months - a significant reduction in air areas is noted, but complete replacement of the cavity is not observed. with defects up to 1 sm. On the basis of the treatment results of the control group cysts, in which healing of the bone cavity occurs under the blood clot, quite satisfactory not only for cysts up to 1 sm in diameter, but also more than 1 sm. At the same time, it should be noted a significant number of complications (16%), as well as delayed and imperfect regeneration of postoperative bone defects. The second group of the study includes 21 patients: men 5 and women - 16, aged 19 to 59 years. The operation was performed using the traditional method, after which the postoperative bone defect of 0,5 to 1 sm was filled with bioactive glass with antibiotic. There were performed 16 operations on the upper jaw and 5 operations on the lower jaw. In total, 20 near root and 1 follicular cyst were removed. Twenty-one resections of the tops of the roots were performed. In the postoperative period the patients were prescribed symptomatic treatment, physiotherapy and rinsing with antiseptic agents. The postoperative wound in all operated patients healed by primary tension. The sutures were removed on the 7-8th day after the operation. Spacing of the sutures with subsequent suppuration of the postoperative wound occurred in 1 patient. Patients with postoperative complications were prescribed antibiotics, daily wound irrigation with antiseptics, enzymes, physiotherapy treatment was carried out. As a result of intensive, complex treatment, the wound healed by secondary tension. Patients did not complain during the control examination, postoperative scars were inconspicuous and painless. The results of treatment were traced in 18 patients within the period from 1 month to 2 years. Dense bone tissue was determined at the defect site. The teeth within the defect are stable. X-ray examination found that the active regeneration of bone tissue at the site of the former defect begins in the second month and after 3-6 months, the contours of small defects to 0,5 sm become inconspicuous. In 6 months after the operation, the local status without any special features, dense bone tissue is palpated. On the X-ray the postoperative cystic cavity is filled with newly formed bone. With defects of more than 1.0 sm - there is a thinning of the area of the implant inserted along the edges, in some places, the incomplete merging with the border of the actual bone fragments of the jaw in terms of 12 months, 24 months later the picture remains unchanged - in this case, the visual defect is not visualized incompletely filled, but such a state of bone on the X-ray does not allow for dental implantation at the defect site. Thus, cystic cavity filling provides good immediate and distant results of surgical interventions. The processes of forming newly formed bone tissue are more active. However, the full recovery of cystic defect in cysts over 1 sm in diameter does not occur even within a year after surgery. The third group of patients undergoing cystectomy with simultaneous filling of the postoperative bone cavity with bioactive glass on the "pillow" of autogenic plasma was performed in 17 patients: 6 men and 11 women aged 20 to 56 years. A cyst up to 2 sm in size was made in 13 patients, more than 2 sm - in 4 patients, 1 patient had a "causal" tooth removed. Due to the large diameter of the cyst, the tooth located in the cavity of the cyst is mobile and cannot be cut, its removal is performed. The nearest results of the operation in all patients were satisfactory. The sutures were removed on day 7-8. In terms of 1 month to 2 years, the results of treatment are traced in all patients. At examination after 1 month patients did not complain. Blurred contours of the bone defect are determined on R-grams. In 3 months after the cysts were removed, the defect decreased by 1/3. Defect contours are blurred. Newly formed bone tissue is clearly defined at the defect periphery. In 6-9 months the average bone cavity of the defect is filled by 2/3. The newly formed bone intensively develops towards the root tip of the adjacent teeth and to the center of the cavity. By the 9-10th month, most of the medium size cysts had a complete recovery of bone defects. Final recovery of bone defects with small areas of thinning in patients of this group was noted in 1 year after the operation, in 24 months - in the area of defects - is determined by the dense tissue of the bone structure without air areas of sufficient density for X-rays transmission, At the same time, the newly formed bone tissue with coarse trabecular pattern, the boundaries of the alveolar ridge are smooth and clear, its overall height is not reduced, the structure of bone tissue coarse throughout. Based on the results of this study, the use of enriched autogenic plasma and bioactive glass allows to completely close the large cavity, while the degree of reparative osteogenesis is not reduced. Two patients (11,7 %) had incomplete bone cavity recovery (cyst size more than 2 sm) during control examination in 1,5 years. In 1 (5,8 %) patients the development of inflammatory complications of the postoperative wound at control after 6 months was noted. Comparison of bone tissue regeneration terms in the defect area allowed to establish the osseointegration level after each drug use, severity of the postoperative period. Use of stimulating bioactive material allowed to optimize the healing process of bone wounds, identify new opportunities to increase their regenerative capacity and tissue recovery. 4. Conclusions The use of biocomposite material of bioactive glass promotes the more active flow of regeneration processes in bone defects, causing the energy formation of connective tissue in them and on its basis - bone structures. Filling the postoperative defect with composite material has a positive effect on the course of the postoperative period, which is expressed in a significant reduction of postoperative soft tissue edema, the absence of pain syndrome, lower temperature reaction. 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