Effect of Periodontal Debridement on Leptin Levels in Obese

U

Universidad Nacional Andres Bello

Status

Completed

Conditions

Periodontitis
Obesity

Treatments

Other: Scaling and root planning

Study type

Interventional

Funder types

Other

Identifiers

NCT04417478
006

Details and patient eligibility

About

The main purpose of the study is to quantify of Leptin hormone in patients with normal weight, class I obesity, class II obesity and periodontitis, before and after scaling and root planning (SRP) and correlate the Body mass index (BMI) with Leptin levels. A double-blind, controlled, clinical trial was conducted. The sampling method was probabilistic stratified and the sample size 27 subjects in total, divided in 3 groups of: 9 normal weight patients, 9 class I Obesity patients and 9 class II Obesity patients and history of Generalized Periodontitis Stage II,III or IV, Grade B or C, who met the inclusion and exclusion criteria and signed an informed consent. All patients received SRP and clinical monitoring at baseline and 3 months post-therapy by the same examiner.Probing depth (PD), Clinical Attachment Level (CAL), Biofilm Index (BI) and Bleeding on Probing (BoP), Tooth Mobility and Suppuration were evaluated as clinical variables. Serum levels of leptin were evaluated by enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) at baseline and 3 months post SRP.

Full description

Definition of the sample: 30 patients were recruited from the Diagnosis Unit of Andres Bello University Faculty of Dentistry (DUFD), campus Viña del Mar, with the diagnosis of Generalized Periodontitis Stage II, III or IV, grade B or C who were catalogued as normal weight, class I obesity and class II obesity who also fulfill the inclusion and exclusion criteria. Once the patients accepted the invitation to participate in the Investigative Project, they were given all the details and were requested to sign the Informed Consent form. Sample Size Calculation:The minimum sample size necessary to validate the investigation is based on the study and results explained by Gonçalves, et al (2015), based on the variance of the differences of BMI of each classification. Considering the former data and using a significance level of 1%, a statistical power of 90% and an estimation error of 1, it was estimated a minimum of 12 patients for each group of normal weight, class I obesity and class II obesity. With the purpose of making a noticeable distinction between groups (class I and class II obesity) and without affecting the results of this study, there were considered 10 patients for each group of study. Protocol and clinical exam: From the 30 initial patients at the beginning of the study, 27 was the number of patients who finally participated in it, as a result of 1 loss of tracing and 2 patients who interrupted their treatment. Two experimental groups were formed considering class I and class II obesity patients. The third group had control purposes and was composed by normal weight patients. Presence or not of Obesity was determined by BMI, an indicator according to World Health Organization (WHO) which classifies adult population in several categories of weight using height and weight data. This information was measured and registered by only one examiner within the study. No compliance problems were noted and all patients followed the protocol of the study. None subjects reported specific adverse effects. Type and design of study Randomized Clinical Trial. Sampling method: Probabilistic Stratified. Sample size: 27 subjects in total, divided in 3 groups of: 9 normal weight patients, 9 class I Obesity patients and 9 class II Obesity patients. Standardization and calibration: In order to execute a properly standardized process, only instruments and supplies of the same commercial brand were used: periodontal diagnosis was always performed in a determined dental chair at the Dental Clinic of DUFD, under the same lighting system using a North Carolina Periodontal Probe (Hu-Friedy® Manufacturing Inc., Chicago,Illinois,USA). Only one examiner (FP) performed diagnosis and anthropometric measurements; these last ones were measured in a weight scale and measuring tape at the Dental Clinic of DUFD. An inter-examiner calibration was necessary for diagnostic purposes and periodontal charting. This was performed between the only one examiner (FP) calibrated by the principal investigator (MN) according to a record set of calibration, which evaluated 2 sites in 4 teeth in a specific individual. This data was analysed according to Lin's Concordance Correlation Coefficient. Anthropometric Measurements: An only one examiner inquired all measures of weight (Kg) and height (cm). BMI was calculated dividing weight by the height square. Patients were catalogued in a normal weight range when their BMI fluctuated between 18,50 y 24,99 kg/m2, Class I Obesity with a BMI between 30,00 a 34,99 kg/m2 and Class II Obesity with a BMI between 35,00 y 39,99 kg/m2, according to WHO. Periodontal debridement: Patients were instructed according to Modified Bass Brushing Technique and were provided with the necessary items to do it properly (Dentaid® toothbrush, toothpaste and interdental brush). An exclusive examiner (IP) performed supragingival and subgingival debridement consistent in biofilm and dental calculus removal using an ultrasonic scaler (DTE®, Guilin Woodpecker Medical Instrument Co., Ltd., Guilin, Guangxi, P.R. China), followed by root scaling and planing in sites with Probing Depth ≥ 5mm and Clinical Attachment Level ≥ 4mm, using Gracey curettes (Hu-Friedy® Manufacturing Inc., Chicago, Illinois, USA). This treatment was performed to all patients taking 1-2 hours of work within 2- 4 maximum sessions. The procedures were performed under local anesthesia. Patients were called to a check-up at 3 months after treatment. Clinical Evaluation : Patients went through a clinical evaluation at the beginning of treatment and after 3 months since therapy. The periodontal chart was completed using a North Carolina Periodontal Probe (Hu-Friedy® Manufacturing Inc., Chicago, Illinois, USA) measuring PD, CAL, presence of biofilm, bleeding on probing, suppuration and mobility. Serum samples: All patients went through a blood sample collection consisting in the extraction of 4 millilitres of peripheral venous blood of the antecubital fascia of the arm with a 20-gauge needle and kept on stored in 6 millilitres serum Becton Dickinson (BD)Vacutainer® tubes. An hour after this process, the blood sample was centrifuged at 4000 revolutions per minute (rpm)for 10 minutes separating this way the rest of the components of the blood, which were distributed in aliquots and stored in -80 degree Celsius (ºC) for further analysis. ELISA: One trained examiner (IP) analysed the serum samples by using the Leptin ELISA Kit (Thermo Fisher Scientific®., Massachusetts, USA). The trials were done according to manufacturer's instructions. This ELISA Kit is based on the "sandwich" technique for ELISA, it is to say, antibodies against a specific antigen coating the walls of the recipients of the ELISA kit. Since this kit works by immunoadsorption, the colour intensity of the product was directly proportional to the antigen concentration present in the sample. The optical density of the plate reader was adjusted to 450 mm. The results were measured as the concentration in milliliters of serum (pg/mL).

Enrollment

27 patients

Sex

All

Ages

25 to 70 years old

Volunteers

Accepts Healthy Volunteers

Inclusion criteria

  • Patients ≥ 18 years.
  • Patients classified by the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) as ASA I or ASA II that are compatible with local anaesthesia procedures; - Present at least 10 natural teeth, excluding semi-erupted third molars.
  • Present at least 6 sites with a probing depth (PD) ≥ 5mm and clinical attachment loss (CAL) ≥ 4mm.
  • BMI between 18,50 - 39,99 kg/m2.

Exclusion criteria

  • Patients with hemostasis disorders.
  • Patients who use any medication associated with gingival disorders such as: Anticonvulsants (Phenytoin), Calcium channel blockers (Nifedipine), Immunosuppressive drugs (Cyclosporins).
  • Patients with systemic diseases that affect the immunoinflammatory response.
  • Patients under treatment with drugs such as: warfarin, digoxin and acetylsalicylic acid.
  • Previous history of allergy to local anesthetics.
  • Patients who suffer from systemic conditions that can affect the progression of periodontitis and/or the gain or loss of weight, for example:

Diabetes Mellitus, immunological disorders, hypothyroidism,etc.

  • Patients who are under weight loss treatment (pharmacological, diet, exercise,etc).
  • Patients presenting orthodontic appliances.
  • Patients who have received antibiotic or periodontal treatment in the last 3 months.
  • Pregnancy.
  • Carriers of valvular prostheses or failures in heart valves, with endocarditis risk.
  • Patients who are psychically and intellectually incapacitated to participate, according to the Chilean law number 20,584, title II, paragraph 8, article 28.
  • Heavy smoking patients, which is smoking more than 10 cigarettes per day.

Trial design

Primary purpose

Treatment

Allocation

Non-Randomized

Interventional model

Parallel Assignment

Masking

Triple Blind

27 participants in 3 patient groups

Normal weight
Active Comparator group
Description:
Patients with Periodontitis and normal weight, that is BMI fluctuates between 18,50 y 24,99 kg/m2.
Treatment:
Other: Scaling and root planning
class I Obesity
Experimental group
Description:
Patients with Periodontitis and class I Obesity, that is BMI fluctuates between 30,00 a 34,99 kg/m2.
Treatment:
Other: Scaling and root planning
class II Obesity
Experimental group
Description:
Patients with Periodontitis and class II Obesity, that is BMI fluctuates between 35,00 y 39,99 kg/m2.
Treatment:
Other: Scaling and root planning

Trial contacts and locations

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