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Type: Artigo
Title: Ridge architecture preservation following minimally traumatic exodontia techniques and guided tissue regeneration
Author: Faciola Pessoa de Oliveira, Paula Gabriela
Bergamo, Edmara Tatiely Pedroso
Bordin, Dimorvan
Arbex, Leticia
Konrad, Danielle
Gil, Luiz Fernando
Neiva, Rodrigo
Tovar, Nick
Witek, Lukasz
Coelho, Paulo Guilherme
Abstract: To compare hard-tissue healing after 3 exodontia approaches. Materials and Methods: Premolars of dogs were extracted: (1) flapless, (2) flap, and (3) flap + socket coverage with polytetrafluoroethylene (dPTFE) nonresorbable membrane (flap + dPTFE). Animals were euthanized at 1 and 4 weeks. Amount of bone formation within socket and socket total area were measured. Amount of bone formation revealed significant difference between 1 and 4 weeks; however, there was no differences among groups. Socket total area decreased after 4 weeks, and the flap + dPTFE group showed significantly higher socket total area. As a function of time and group, flap + dPTFE 4 weeks presented similar socket total area values relative to flap + dPTFE at 1 week, and significantly higher socket total area than flapless and flap. The histological sections revealed almost no bone formation within socket after 1 week, which increased for all groups at 4 weeks. Socket coverage with polytetrafluoroethylene (dPTFE) membrane showed to effectively preserve bone architecture. Bone formation within sockets was not influenced by tooth extraction technique
Subject: Dentes - Extração
Country: Estados Unidos
Editor: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Rights: Fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1097/ID.0000000000000886
Address: https://journals.lww.com/implantdent/Fulltext/2019/08000/Ridge_Architecture_Preservation_Following.3.aspx
Date Issue: 2019
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