Evaluation of Treatment Techniques for Advanced (grade Ii – Iv) Furcation Defects. a Literature Review of the Regenerative Methods

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In contrast with early affected furcations (grade I), superior grade furcations (grade II-IV) benefit of a large variety of surgical treatments, however, the success rates of these procedures remains low. Grade II furcations can be solved by mucogingival techniques (coronally positioned flap) or by regenerative techniques (bone grafts, membranes in… (More)

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@inproceedings{Marinescu2012EvaluationOT, title={Evaluation of Treatment Techniques for Advanced (grade Ii – Iv) Furcation Defects. a Literature Review of the Regenerative Methods}, author={Adrian George Marinescu and A Marinescu and Virgil Carligeriu and Luminita Nica and Doina Onisei and Darian Rusu and Marius Boariu and Dragos Epistatu and Daniel Petru Cioca and Victor Babeș}, year={2012} }