m-VISTA Technique vs. CAF in the Treatment of Class III Multiple Recessions
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|ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT03258996|
Recruitment Status : Active, not recruiting
First Posted : August 23, 2017
Last Update Posted : October 20, 2020
|Condition or disease||Intervention/treatment||Phase|
|Gingival Recessions||Procedure: Modified vestibular incision subperiosteal tunnel access Procedure: Coronally advanced flap||Not Applicable|
The reason for designing this study is that treatment of Class III gingival recessions (Miller 1985) continues to be challenging today and, although different techniques have been proposed to attempt to improve root coverage results, there is little evidence on what would offer better results.
To achieve those objectives a randomized controlled clinical trial is designed. Using the percentage of root coverage as a primary response variable, it is estimated with the calculation of the sample size, we would need 28 patients for each treatment group (Domenech and Granero 2010). In addition, taking into account possible drop-outs, we would increase the number of patients by 20%, finally recruiting 34 patients per group.
A same experienced, blind and calibrated (the intraclass correlation coefficient will be at least of 0.75) examiner (R.E.) will collect the following periodontal clinical parameters at the baseline, and at 6 and 12 months, in each tooth involved, using a periodontal probe: Gingival recession, number and location of recessions to be treated, number of treated recessions that have a complete root coverage, the width of the gingival recession and the keratinized gingiva, the distance from the contact point to the interdental papilla, depth of probing, bleeding index and plaque index. And will also collect the opinion of the participant regarding pain and the degree of satisfaction with the aesthetic result.
Students of the University of the Basque Country's (UPV/EHU) Own Degree in Periodontology and Osteointegration will perform the corresponding surgical technique (m-VISTA or CAF) depending on the randomization sequence obtained. A clinical monitor (A.M.G.) will keep the sequence hidden until the moment of the intervention.
Initially, the subject will not know which technique to receive, the complete information regarding the surgical technique used, as the results obtained in his case, will be given in the last visit of the year.
Finally, a blind statistic (X.M) will analyze the data using the SPSS software, having as unit of analysis the subject. Doing a descriptive statistics, checking if the groups are homogeneous in basal, inter-group, intra-group and change variables comparisons and logistical regression to assess the intensity and duration of post-surgical pain adjusted for possible confounding factors.
|Study Type :||Interventional (Clinical Trial)|
|Actual Enrollment :||24 participants|
|Intervention Model:||Parallel Assignment|
|Intervention Model Description:||We will perform the experimental or control technique according to the randomization sequence.|
|Masking:||Triple (Participant, Investigator, Outcomes Assessor)|
Participant: Initially, the subject will not know what technique has been received, the complete information regarding the surgical technique used, as the results obtained in his case, will be given in the last visit of the year.
Observer: Another periodoncist (R.E.), outside the intervention, would be in charge of recording the clinical parameters.
Analyst: The statistician (X.M.) does not know which treatment corresponds to each variable.
|Official Title:||Modified VISTA Technique Versus Coronally Advanced Flap in the Treatment of Class III Multiple Recessions: Randomized Clinical Trial|
|Actual Study Start Date :||December 4, 2017|
|Estimated Primary Completion Date :||December 31, 2021|
|Estimated Study Completion Date :||May 8, 2022|
Experimental: Modified vestibular incision subperiosteal tunnel access
Test group: Coverage of Class III multiples gingival recessions with the application of Modified vestibular incision subperiosteal tunnel access technique and a connective tissue graft from the palate.
Procedure: Modified vestibular incision subperiosteal tunnel access
Single vertical mucosal incision, in the middel of the area to be treated, from which we began to lift a mucoperiosteal flap in a single plane.
With a micro-scalpel intrasulcular incisions are made extending to the base of the papillas.
Preparation of a tunnel in the same plane. Take a connective tissue graft on the same side of the palate. The connective graft is inserted through the vertical incision prepared with the aid of the suture.
All is stabilized by means of suspensory sutures of coronal traction on each point of contact.
Finally the vertical incision made is sutured.
Other Name: m-VISTA
Active Comparator: Coronally advanced flap
Control group: Coverage of Class III multiples gingival recessions with the application of Coronally advanced flap and a connective tissue graft from the palate.
Procedure: Coronally advanced flap
Oblique submarginal incisions in both interdental areas of each recession, which continue with the intrasulcular incision, one tooth extending on each side of the teeth to be treated.
A partial-total-partial thickness flap is elevated in the coronal-apical direction.
A vestibular mucosal dissection is performed to eliminate muscle tension. The remnant tissue of the anatomical interdental papillas is desepithelized. Take a CTG on the same side of the palate. The connective tissue graft is stabilized with resorbable suture over the recessions with suspensory sutures on the teeth.
Finally, suspensory sutures with non-resorbable sutures are also used to achieve an accurate adaptation of the vestibular flap over the exposed root and stabilize each surgical papilla over each desepithelized interdental area.
Other Name: CAF
- Percentage of root coverage (%CR) [ Time Frame: 12 months ]In each patient the mean of their gingival recessions at baseline (initial RECm) and at 12 months (RECm_12 months) will be calculated. A new variable called %CR [(RECm_initial - RECm_12 months) / (RECm_initial x 100) will be calculated.
- Percentage of recessions with complete root coverage (%CRC) [ Time Frame: 12 months ]Each patient will record the number of recessions, which after treatment, show complete root coverage at 12 months (CRC_12 months). A new variable called % CRC_12 months [CRC_12meses / NRT x100] will be calculated.
- Post-surgical pain perception [ Time Frame: After surgery up to 14 days ]The subject will we instructed to collect their perception of post-surgical pain in the VAS based Journal of Pain (IDT). Specifically the subject will record: Its intensity (0-100mm), its duration (minutes or hours) and if any analgesic treatment has been necessary (No o Yes: Which?).
- Gingival recession (REC) [ Time Frame: Change from baseline at following surgery sixth and twelfth month respectively. ]Distance in mm from the amelocementaria line the gingival margin, measured at the vestibular midpoint. It will be registered in all the teeth present (except wisdom teeth) at the beginning, and, during the follow-up only in the recessions to be treated.
- Post-surgical aesthetic result (VAS aesthetic) [ Time Frame: 12 months ]The same examiner will evaluate the degree of satisfaction of the subject with the aesthetic result obtained after the intervention, through a Questionnaire based on the Visual Analogue Scale (VAS).
- Pre-surgical pain perception [ Time Frame: Baseline. ]In the VAS based Journal of Pain (IDT) the examiner will record if the subject has had regional head and neck pain in the last month and if there is any pain in the immediate preoperative, if it is affirmative the intensity will be noted.
- Post-surgical complications [ Time Frame: After surgery first seven days. ]The presence or not, as the description, of the post-surgical complications (PSC) that may appear will be collected.
- Central Sensitization Inventory severity-level score of the subject [ Time Frame: Baseline. ]Central Sensitization inventory (CSI) (Mayer et al. 2012) will be done, in which each subject will be asked on the frequency in which he perceives 25 symptoms and will be given a score of 0-4 finally establishing a clinical level in a range of 0-100 points (Subclinical: 0-29; Medium: 30-39; Moderate: 40-49 ; Severe: 50-59; Extreme: 60-100).
- Number of recessions to be treated (NRT) Number of recessions to be treated (NRT) [ Time Frame: Baseline. ]Number of Class III recessions to be treated will be recorded.
- Localization of the recessions to treat (LRT) [ Time Frame: Baseline. ]On the one hand, upper recessions will be considered the located in the maxillary and on the other hand, lower recessions those located in the mandible.
- Gingival recession width (GRW) [ Time Frame: Change from baseline at following surgery sixth and twelfth month respectively. ]Mesio-distal distance taken in the coronal area of the same, measured in millimeters. It will be recorded only in the recessions to be treated.
- Keratinized gingiva width (KGW) [ Time Frame: Change from baseline at following surgery sixth and twelfth month respectively. ]Distance in millimeters from the mucogingival junction to the gingival margin, measured at the vestibular midpoint. It will be recorded only in the recessions to be treated.
- Distance from contact point to the interdental papilla (CP-IP) [ Time Frame: Change from baseline at following surgery sixth and twelfth month respectively. ]Distance in millimeters from the mesial and distal contact point of the tooth with recession, to the most coronal part of the interdental papilla. It will be recorded only in the recessions to be treated.
- Probing depth (PD) [ Time Frame: Change from baseline at following surgery sixth and twelfth month respectively. ]Distance in millimeters from the gingival margin to the bottom of the periodontal pocket. It will be recorded at the beginning in all teeth present (except wisdow teeth) in 6 points per tooth (mesio-bucal, mid-bucal, disto-bucal, mesio-lingual, mid-lingual and disto-lingual) and, during follow-up, only in the recessions to be treated at the vestibular mid-point.
- Patient bleeding index (BI) [ Time Frame: Change from baseline at following surgery sixth and twelfth month respectively. ]After a periodontal probing of all teeth, the presence (yes or no) of bleeding is recorded dichotomously at 6 points per tooth (mesio-bucal, mid-bucal, disto-bucal, mesio-lingual, mid-lingual and disto-lingual) and the percentage of sites that bleed from the total of probed sites is calculated (Ainamo and Bay 1975).
- Patient plaque index (PI) [ Time Frame: Change from baseline at following surgery sixth and twelfth month respectively. ]A plaque developer is used and the presence (yes or no) of plaque is recorded dichotomously at 6 points per tooth (mesio-bucal, mid-bucal, disto-bucal, mesio-lingual, mid-lingual and disto-lingual) and the percentage of sites with plaque of the total probed sites is calculated (O'Leary et al 1972).
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|Department fo Stomatology II, Faculty of Medicine and Nursery, University of the Basque Country|
|Leioa, Biscay, Spain, 48940|
|Study Director:||Luis Antonio Aguirre Zorzano, Dr.||Basque Country University|
|Principal Investigator:||Aitziber Fernández Jiménez, Lcda.||Basque Country University|
|Study Chair:||Ruth Estefanía Fresco, Dr.||Basque Country University|
|Study Chair:||Xabier Marichalar Mendia, Dr.||Basque Country University|
|Study Chair:||Aroa Hereñu González, Lcda.||Basque Country University|
|Study Director:||Jose Manuel Aguirre Urizar, Dr.||Basque Country University|
|Study Chair:||Ana María García de la Fuente, Dr.||Basque Country University|