Dr Mirko Mikić
Medical Faculty in Podgorica – Dentistry
Graduated dentistry at the University of Montenegro Medical faculty in Podgorica, class
2012. He is Resident of Periodontology and oral medicine, PhD candidate at the Faculty
of medical science in Kragujevac, Serbia.
He is teaching assistant at the University of Montenegro Medical faculty in Podgorica on
subjects Dental radiology and Urgent conditions in dentistry.
He works as private practitioner at dental office Family dent in Podgorica
He is author and coauthor of more practical and scientific research publications related to
dental radiology, implantology and digital dentistry. He was involved in organization of
many national and international practical and scientific research events, meetings and
conferences. He is president of ”Montenegro Dental Association”.
”APPLICATION OF CBCT IN PERIIMPLANT PLANNING AND CHOICE OF DESIGN OF IMPLANTS ”
Dr. Mirko Mikić
CBCT (Cone Beam Computed Tomography) has a role in everyday dental and specially
in implantology practice. For everyday implant surgery it is necessary, both from aspect
of planning of future look and from aspect of patience safety, make analysis alveolar
bone where implant will be placed in order to prevent adverse events and complications.
Beside this “basic” functions, software CBCT everyday giving more and more options.
Aim of study was, after preimplant planning is done, to choose design of implant based
on software analyze of bone density.
In experimental part of study we used pork ribs as analog of bone density D2 and D3 and
bovine femur as analog of bone density D1. After placement two types of implant
(parallel and self tapered) with using an individual guide for every sample, stability of
implant is measured by Ostell mentor. After that we make analysis and comparation of
values in ISQ (Implant Stability Quotient) units compared to median values of bone
density in HU (Hounsfield units).
Results that we got have shown justification and big reliability of usage CBCT software
in analyzing and choosing of implant design