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Clinical Study

Observational Study on the Preparation of the Implant Site with Piezosurgery vs. Drill: Comparison between the Two Methods in terms of Postoperative Pain, Surgical Times, and Operational Advantages

Table 1

Pain rate of patients in intraoperative and postoperative times recorded by VAS Score.

GroupVAS
Intraop.8 hours1 day2 days3 days4 days5 days6 days7 days15 daysDiff.

G14.053.58a2.72b2.28c1.67d0.86e0.770.49f0.33g0.05h
G22.512.091.47b1.02j0.70k0.42l0.260.120.090.02
Diff.

Friedman test; Wilcoxon test. aSignificant difference with “intraop.” VAS; Wilcoxon test, . bSignificant difference with “8 hours” VAS; Wilcoxon test, . cSignificant difference with “1 day” VAS; Wilcoxon test, . dSignificant difference with “2 days” VAS; Wilcoxon test, . eSignificant difference with “3 days” VAS; Wilcoxon test, . fSignificant difference with “5 days” VAS; Wilcoxon test, . gSignificant difference with “6 days” VAS; Wilcoxon test, . hSignificant difference with “7 days” VAS; Wilcoxon test, . jSignificant difference with “1 day” VAS; Wilcoxon test, . kSignificant difference with “2 days” VAS; Wilcoxon test, . lSignificant difference with “3 days” VAS; Wilcoxon test, .

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