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Regeneration of experimental periodontal furcation defects

Björn Klinge

Regeneration of experimental periodontal furcation defects

by Björn Klinge

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Published by s.n.] in [Malmö .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Periodontal diseases -- Surgery,
  • Bone regeneration

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBjörn Klinge.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination112 p. :
    Number of Pages112
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15492028M

    Treatment of maxillary furcation lesions presents important clinical challenges. The aim of this study was to evaluate the response of buccal class II furcation defects in systemically healthy, non-smoking, Adult Periodontitis patients undergoing supportive periodontal therapy and surgical periodontal .   CONTENT Causes of bone destruction: Bone destruction caused by extension of gingival inflammation Bone destruction caused by trauma from occlusion Factors determining bone morphology in periodontal disease Bone destruction patterns in periodontal disease Bone defects with particular disease Diagnosis Treatment References 2.

      (g–i) Low magnification of MT-stained images of the control and experimental samples observed for cementum and periodontal tissue regeneration from above the notch of the defect . AAP. "Position Paper on Periodontal Regeneration." J Periodontal Sept. ;76(9) 2. Cortellini P, Bowers G. Periodontal regeneration of intrabony defects: an evidence-based treatment approach. Int J Periodont Rest Dent ;15(2)Becker, 3. Caton J, Greenstein G. Factors related to periodontal regeneration. Periodontal

    Furcation defect: lt;p|>| In |dentistry|, a |furcation defect| is bone loss, usually a result of |periodontal disea World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive collection ever assembled. In an animal model, local application of FGF-2 significantly increased periodontal regeneration in class II furcation defects compared to control sites [99,]. In humans, FGF-2 use has been investigated by Kitamura et al.. The results of their investigation showed that the percentage of bone fill in FGFtreated sites administered at.


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Regeneration of experimental periodontal furcation defects by Björn Klinge Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book presents an overview of the use of contemporary regenerative techniques in the treatment of periodontal osseous and soft tissue defects. Each chapter is designed to cover an important aspect related to periodontal regeneration, including an understanding of periodontium anatomy, biologic wound healing, regenerative materials, surgical techniques, and clinical by: 5.

Gustavo Avila‐Ortiz, Juan G. De Buitrago and Michael S. Reddy, Periodontal Regeneration – Furcation Defects: A Systematic Review From the AAP Regeneration Workshop, Journal of Periodontology, 86, 2S, (SS), ().Cited by: Periodontal regeneration of dehisence defects using a modified perforated collagen membrane.

A comparative experimental study Article (PDF Available) June with 19 Reads. This book presents an overview of the use of contemporary regenerative techniques in the treatment of periodontal osseous and soft tissue defects.

Each chapter is designed to cover an important aspect related to periodontal regeneration, including an understanding of periodontium anatomy, biologic wound healing, regenerative materials, surgical techniques, and clinical applications.

Abstract. Abstract This report provides an abbreviated review of the literature on treatment and prognosis of periodontal furcation lesions. In addition, it describes a surgical technique designed to accomplish bone regeneration in class 11 furcation defects.

together with the rationale for the development of this procedure. Results of treatment of 30 defects with this technique are presented in a subsequent by: In the development of this book, its editor, Tony Sculean, along with an outstanding gathe- ring of authors, has produced an important text in pe- riodontal regenerative therapy.

This book presents the current best approaches in the treatment of periodontal osseous and soft tissue defects. Background: Previous systematic reviews of periodontal regeneration with bone replacement grafts and guided tissue regeneration (GTR) were defined as state of the art for clinical periodontal regeneration as of Methods: The purpose of this systematic review is to update those consensus reports by reviewing periodontal regeneration approaches developed for the correction of intrabony.

tissue regeneration for periodontal furcation defects. (Macaca cynomolgus) were subjected to experimental periodontal tissue breakdown by placing cotton floss ligatures or orthodontic elastics.

Although cell-based therapies have received considerable attention in regenerative medicine, their experimental evaluation in the treatment of periodontal furcation lesions is at a very early stage of development. In summary, the indications and the limitations for currently available treatment modalities for furcation defects are well by:   The furcation involvements may also be included in the group of periodontal bony defects.

One of the earliest classification systems for interradicular defects was introduced by Glickman (), which was taking into consideration both the horizontal and vertical dimension of bone loss. Guided Tissue Regeneration for the Treatment of Periodontal Intrabony and Furcation Defects.

A Systematic Review. Kevin G. Murphy. Private practice, Baltimore, Maryland. Search for more papers by this author. John C.

Gunsolley. Department of Periodontics, College of Dental Surgery, University of Maryland, Baltimore. Jepsen S, Eberhard J, Herrera D, Needleman I () A systematic review of guided tissue regeneration for periodontal furcation defects.

What is the effect of guided tissue regeneration compared with surgical debridement in the treatment of furcation defects. J Clin Periodontol 29(suppl 3)–; discussion – PubMed CrossRef Google.

32 Clinical Advances in Periodontics, Vol. 5, No. 1, February Periodontal Regeneration: Furcation Defects. furcation defects Most clinical trials of Class III defects reported no significant differences of treatment outcomes when comparing regenerative therapy with conventional.

Experimental grade III furcation defects were developed bilaterally at the second and fourth premolars in 18 conditioned, laboratory-source, adult Beagles and maintained for 12 weeks. All defects were treated with debridement and mucoperiosteal flap repositioning alone, or with the addition of autologous fibrinogen, Resolut® barrier membrane.

To systematically review the available histologic evidence on periodontal regeneration in class II and III furcations in animals and humans. A protocol including all aspects of a systematic review methodology was developed including definition of the focused question, defined search strategy, study inclusion criteria, determination of outcome measures, screening methods, data extraction and.

periodontal regeneration research32). In fact, various preclinical systems have been developed in dogs, such as surgically induced furcation defects in maxillary premolars33) and supraalveolar periodontal defects in mandibular premolars34).

These experimentally created, critical-sized defects do not regenerate spontaneously. Gantes B, Garrett S & Egelberg J: Treatment of periodontal furcation defects (II). Bone regeneration in mandibular class II defects.

Clin. Periodontol, ; Cortellini P, Pini Prato G & Tonetti M: Periodontal regeneration of human intrabony defects. Clinical. However, GTR plus bone grafts showed a greater amount of hard tissue sounding with a mean difference of mm.

86 In a systemic review of guided tissue regeneration for the treatment of periodontal intrabony and furcation defects, the augmentation of GTR membranes with a particulate graft enhanced vertical pocket depth reduction and.

Introduction: The regeneration of grade II furcation defects has always been unpredictable especially in terms of complete bone fill. The use of biologic mediators, such as growth factors; has been increased in the last two decades.

Bone regeneration pattern and ankylosis in experimental furcation defects in dogs Bone regeneration pattern and ankylosis in experimental furcation defects in dogs Klinge, Björn; Nilvéus, Rolf; Egelberg, Jan Abstract This study reports on the pattern of interradicular bone formation and the frequency and localization of ankylosis following regenerative surgery of.

Periodontal regeneration 1. Periodontal Regeneration PRESENTED BY: PRABLEEN ARORA MDS STUDENT 2. TERMINOLOGY ( glossary of periodontal terms) A graft is any tissue or organ used for implantation or transplantation. An autograft is a tissue transferred from one position to a new position in the same individual.

Homograft: a graft between genetically similar individuals of the .This review compared physical barriers with surgical controls for periodontal osseous defects. The authors concluded that guided tissue regeneration is consistently more effective than open flap debridement in the gain of clinical attachment and probing depth reduction for intrabony and furcation defects.Dr.

Scott Froum, co-editor of Surgical-Restorative Resource, introduces the papers that the American Academy of Periodontology provides on the topic of periodontal regeneration. The materials translate the AAP’s research into practical, take-home clinical applications for the dental office.

Topics cover soft-tissue procedures for root coverage around areas of recession, as well as soft.