Biology and principles of periodontal wound healing/regeneration.

@article{Polimeni2006BiologyAP,
  title={Biology and principles of periodontal wound healing/regeneration.},
  author={Giuseppe Polimeni and Andreas V. Xiropaidis and Ulf M E Wikesj{\"o}},
  journal={Periodontology 2000},
  year={2006},
  volume={41},
  pages={
          30-47
        }
}
The native periodontium includes cementum, a functionally oriented periodontal ligament, alveolar bone and gingiva. Pathologic and/or traumatic events may lead to the loss or damage of this anatomical structure. Since the 1970s, a number of procedures have been investigated in an attempt to restore such lost tissues. Numerous clinical trials have shown positive outcomes for various reconstructive surgical protocols. Reduced probing depths, clinical attachment gain, and radiographic bone fill… Expand
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