Socket preservation by beta-tri-calcium phosphate with collagen compared to platelet-rich fibrin: A clinico-radiographic study.

@article{Das2016SocketPB,
  title={Socket preservation by beta-tri-calcium phosphate with collagen compared to platelet-rich fibrin: A clinico-radiographic study.},
  author={Surjya Sekhar Das and Rajesh Jhingran and Vivek Kumar Bains and Rohit Madan and Ruchi Srivastava and Iram Rizvi},
  journal={European journal of dentistry},
  year={2016},
  volume={10 2},
  pages={264-76}
}
OBJECTIVES This study was primarily designed to determine the clinico-radiographic efficacy of platelet-rich fibrin (PRF) and beta-tri-calcium phosphate with collagen (β-TCP-Cl) in preserving extraction sockets. MATERIALS AND METHODS For Group I (PRF), residual sockets (n = 15) were filled with autologous PRF obtained from patients' blood; and for Group II (β-TCP-Cl), residual sockets (n = 15) were filled with β-TCP-Cl. For the sockets randomly selected for Group II (β-TCP-Cl), the reshaped… CONTINUE READING