A Randomized Controlled Trial and Radiographic Evaluation of Adjunctive Periodontal Treatment with Calcium and Vitamin D Supplementation

@article{Bundit2016ARC,
  title={A Randomized Controlled Trial and Radiographic Evaluation of Adjunctive Periodontal Treatment with Calcium and Vitamin D Supplementation},
  author={A. Bundit and P. Yotnuengnit and S. Wisetsin and A. Chittacharoen},
  journal={International Journal of Experimental Dental Science},
  year={2016},
  volume={5},
  pages={50-55}
}
Aim: The objective of this study was to use clinical parameters, digital subtraction analysis, and computer intensity measurement to evaluate the effect of calcium and vitamin D supplementation in adult periodontitis patients with vertical bony defect after initial therapy. Materials and methods: A total of 31 systemically healthy patients with moderate to severe chronic periodontitis and normal serum calcium level were included. The most obvious proximal vertical bony defect was selected in… Expand

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