A prospective double blind randomized controlled trial that examined Pulsed Electromagnetic Field in treatment of peri-implantitis on patients that were treated with dental implants and crowns a few years ago
One month after treating with MED, we saw a reduction of marginal bone loss which remains constant after 3 months follow-up
Randomized controlled clinical trial on 40 implants placed in 20 patients
Controlled preclinical study on New Zealand rabbit tibia with micro-CT and histology
Antimicrobial effects of a pulsed electromagnetic field: an in vitro polymicrobial periodontal subgingival biofilm model
Changes in bacterial biofilm around implant
Miniaturized Electromagnetic Device Abutment Improves Stability of Dental Implants
PEMFs have been widely used to enhance bone repair, accelerating healing process of recent fracture by promoting the callus formation, which can be achieved through four distinct phases: inflammatory, angio-mesenchymal, bone formation, and remodeling phases.
Novel biophysical approaches that promote oral tissue healing offer various advantages due to their nonconsumable nature, ease of access to oral wounds, and efficacy of promoting the endogenous healing process that would reduce frequent patient visits and reduce the cost of overall therapy.