A histometric evaluation of the effect of citric acid preparation upon healing of coronally positioned flaps in nonhuman primates.


Facial recession defects were created on maxillary canine teeth of six Macaca irus monkeys and left untreated and exposed to oral fluids for 6 to 12 weeks. Notches were placed in the exposed root surfaces at the level of the free gingival margins. Following root planing with the addition of topical citric acid application on experimental surfaces, pedicle… (More)


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