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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH

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Knowledge and awareness of cad cam surgical guide in digitalization of implants among dental practitioners.

Author: KEERTHIKA.S , SUBHABRATA MAITI, JESSY P
Abstract: Appropriate implant positioning is crucial to achieving long-term functional and esthetic success. Computer-guided implant surgery has been developed for over two decades. This digital technology is now commonly recommended as it reduces inaccuracy in terms of implant positioning.It is a university setting study, conducted in Saveetha Dental College. Approval was obtained from the Institutional EthicalCommittee (IEC), Saveetha Dental College. Two examiners were included in the study.Questionnaires consisting of ten questions focused on the perceptions and experiences on protocols followed by dental students and practitioners on surgical guide in implant placement were distributed and filled by both the undergraduate and postgraduate students. Descriptive statistics were used to evaluate the distribution of undergraduate and postgraduate students. Chi square association was done to compare the responses between undergraduates and postgraduates and were represented in the form of bar graphs. In relation to the distribution of level of study of the study population, it was found that out of 140 students, 39% were undergraduate and 61 % were postgraduate students. In relation to association between commonly preferred guide in implant placement and level of study. Among postgraduates 37% prefered Tpd as a common guide for implant placement, followed by computer customised surgical guide(20%) and free hand technique(11%). Among undergraduates 19% prefered Tpd as a common guide for implant placement, followed by computer customised surgical guide(10%) and free hand technique(3%). In relation to association between materials commonly used in surgically guided implant placement and level of study. 37% of the postgraduates agreed PMMA as a common material used in surgically guided implant placement, followed by split graft resin(7%) and heat cure acrylic(11%) predominantly. Among undergraduates 19% agreed PMMA as a common material used in surgically guided implant placement,split graft resin(23%) and heat cure acrylic(3%). Through increased awareness of dental students' expectations and experiences, restorations can be planned, made and placed in harmony with the hard and soft oral tissues, and in harmony with the patient’s expectation as well.
Keyword: Awareness, Implants, Surgical Guide, Split resin guide.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2020.12.04.301
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