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Root coverage of advanced gingival recession: a comparative study between acellular dermal matrix allograft and subepithelial connective tissue grafts.
BACKGROUND Acellular dermal matrix allograft (ADMA) has successfully been applied as a substitute for free connective tissue grafts (CTG) in various periodontal procedures, including root coverage.Expand
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Healing of dehiscence-type defects in implants placed together with different barrier membranes: a comparative clinical study.
OBJECTIVE Premature exposure of membranes used in guided bone regeneration (GBR) results in decreased bone formation. The effect of an expanded polytetrafluoroethylene (e-PTFE) and two collagenExpand
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Vertical ridge augmentation using xenogenic material supported by a configured titanium mesh: clinicohistopathologic and histochemical study.
PURPOSE The aim of this study was to evaluate the capability of a configured titanium mesh (CTM) to serve as a mechanical and biologic device for restoring a vertically defected/resorbed alveolarExpand
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Clinical evaluation of particulate allogeneic with and without autogenous bone grafts and resorbable collagen membranes for bone augmentation of atrophic alveolar ridges.
OBJECTIVES The evaluate the clinical outcome of bone augmentation with the use of particulate mineralized freeze-dried bone allograft (FDBA) with or without the addition of autogeneous bone chips,Expand
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Biomaterial resorption rate and healing site morphology of inorganic bovine bone and beta-tricalcium phosphate in the canine: a 24-month longitudinal histologic study and morphometric analysis.
PURPOSE An inorganic xenograft (inorganic bovine bone [IBB]) and a porous alloplast (beta-tricalcium phosphate [beta-TCP]) material were compared at different healing periods in experimental boneExpand
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Histopathological morphometric evaluation of 2 different hydroxyapatite-bone derivatives in sinus augmentation procedures: a comparative study in humans.
BACKGROUND Xenografts to augment the maxillary sinus have been used extensively. The aim of the present study was to evaluate, qualitatively and quantitatively, two different HA derivatives ofExpand
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Comparative study of buccal dehiscence defects in immediate, delayed, and late maxillary implant placement with collagen membranes: clinical healing between placement and second-stage surgery.
BACKGROUND Implants can be placed at the time of tooth extraction (immediate), after several weeks (delayed), or after complete healing (late). The purpose of this study was to evaluate clinical boneExpand
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Healing of dehiscence defects at delayed-immediate implant sites primarily closed by a rotated palatal flap following extraction.
In 21 patients, 28 maxillary teeth were extracted because of periapical or periodontal infection, root fracture, or untreatable caries. A rotated palatal flap procedure was used to achieve primaryExpand
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Healing of marginal defects at implants placed in fresh extraction sockets or after 4-6 weeks of healing. A comparative study.
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the clinical healing of buccal marginal defects around implants placed in fresh extraction sockets or after several weeks together with barrier membranes andExpand
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Displacement of the incisive foramen in conjunction with implant placement in the anterior maxilla without jeopardizing vitality of nasopalatine nerve and vessels: a novel surgical approach.
Accurate implant placement in the anterior maxilla is essential in achieving optimal prosthetic rehabilitation with proper function and acceptable esthetic and phonetic demands. One of the preferableExpand
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