Marija Bubalo

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BACKGROUND/AIM There is a controversial opinion among implantologists on the method of dental implantation that provides more favourable response of soft and bone tissues. The aim of this study was to pathohistologicaly compare the influences of one- and two-phase implant surgical methods on the periimplant epithelial tissues. METHODS The experiment was(More)
Background/Aim. A wide range of resorbable and nonresorbable membranes have been investigated over the last two decades. The barrier membrane protects the defect from ingrowth of soft tissue cells and allows bone progenitor cells to develop bone within a blood clot that is formed beneath the barrier membrane. The membranes are applied to reconstruct small(More)
BACKGROUND/AIM In order to achieve better, and, thus an increased bone-implant interface, growth factors have been used over the past few years. All growth factors considered have fundamental role in the growth and development of cells and tissues. Concentrated trombocytes from platelet-rich plasma (CT-PRP) are fraction of the blood. Thrombocytes contain a(More)
INTRODUCTION Radicular cysts treatment involves surgical approach, more or less aggressive. However, treatment of large cystic lesions, including radicular cysts, causes some of dilemmas concerning the choice of the surgical method, especially the degree of radicalism. CASE REPORT We presented a 65-year-old male patient with large radicular cyst in the(More)
BACKGROUND/AIM A wide range of resorbable and non-resorbable membranes have been investigated over the last two decades. The barrier membrane protects the defect from ingrowth of soft tissue cells and allows bone progenitor cells to develop bone within a blood clot that is formed beneath the barrier membrane. The membranes are applied to reconstruct small(More)
BACKGROUND/AIM Bupivacaine (Marcaine), homologue of mepivacaine, chemically related to lidocaine, is used as a local anesthetic for local infiltration, peripheral nerve block, retrobulbar block, symphathetic block, and caudal and epidural anesthesia. The aim of this investigation was to determine and to compare clinical parameters of the local anesthetic(More)
BACKGROUND/AIM Filling a bone defect with bone substitution materials is a therapy of choice, but the infiltration of connective tissue from the mucoperiostal flap may compromise a healing of bone substitutions with bony wall defects. Application of membrane as a barrier is indicated as a solution to this problem. The aim of this study was to show a(More)
BACKGROUND/AIM Osseointegration is a result of cellular migration, differentiation, bone formation, and bone remodeling on the surface of an implant. Each of these processes depends on platelets and blood coagulum. Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is used to improve osseointegration and stability of implants. The aim of the research was to test the influence that(More)
AIM Primary implant stability as the establishment of a direct bone-to-implant contact (BIC) plays a major role in long-term successful implant osseointegration. Numerous factors influencing this initial stability have been studied. This preliminary in vivo study on a dog lower jaw aimed to investigate the hypothesis that primary implant stability in low(More)
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