Estudio de la osteointegración y posibles alteraciones provocadas por el empleo de implantes dentales en hueso inmaduroestudio experimental en mini pigs

Dirixida por:
  1. Fidel San Román Ascaso Director
  2. Fernando M. Muñoz Guzón Director
  3. Jesús Rodríguez Quirós Director

Universidade de defensa: Universidad Complutense de Madrid

Fecha de defensa: 09 de decembro de 2015

  1. Pedro Luis Lorenzo González Presidente/a
  2. J. I. Trobo Muñiz Secretario/a
  3. Pedro Fernández Domínguez Vogal
  4. José Antonio Rodríguez-Altónaga Martínez Vogal
  5. José Manuel Gonzalo Orden Vogal

Tipo: Tese


The use of dental implants has become common practice in human odontology, being its use increasingly extended. This is due to the increased implant success rate and the cost reduction trend of this technique, allowing wider access to more patients able to afford it. Pigs has been used as a subject in many research projects, both in human and veterinary medicine. There are many published articles that refer to it use in areas such as anesthesia, orthopedics, cardiology, dentistry, etc. Currently osseo-integrated dental implants are one of the key breakthroughs in odontology, but most of the studies referred almost entirely to the behavior of those, regardless the type, on adult patients with mature bone. Only some recent publications describe the use of these techniques in children with severe cases of edentulism. Due to the former, this study had its primary focus on young animals with immature bone and thus to obtain information about the problems that may arise throughout the process, from implementation to its potential osseo-integration ...