Histocompatible healing of periodontal defects after application of an injectable calcium phosphate bone cement. A preliminary study in dogs.

@article{Shirakata2002HistocompatibleHO,
  title={Histocompatible healing of periodontal defects after application of an injectable calcium phosphate bone cement. A preliminary study in dogs.},
  author={Yoshinori Shirakata and Shigeru Oda and Atsuhiro Kinoshita and Shigenari Kikuchi and Hiroaki Tsuchioka and Isao Ishikawa},
  journal={Journal of periodontology},
  year={2002},
  volume={73 9},
  pages={1043-53}
}
BACKGROUND A novel injectable, fast setting calcium phosphate cement (CPC) is currently used in orthopedic therapy for bone fractures. This study evaluated the possibility of applying this cement to healing periodontal defects. METHODS Fenestrations and 3-walled periodontal defects were surgically created on bilateral first molars and canines in 5 beagle dogs. CPC was applied to the defects on one side of the mandible. Untreated defects on the contralateral side served as controls. CPC was… CONTINUE READING

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