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Peridontal Osseous Surgery and Root Resective Therapy Peridontal Osseous Surgery and Root Resective Therapy

Author(s):

Lee H. Silverstein, DDS, MS, FACD, FICD;David Kurtzman, Sidney H. Stein, Marc E. Moskowitz, Jerry J. Garnick

Date Added:

1/1/1998


Summary:

Historically, osseous surgery was performed to eliminate infected bone. Early in the 20th century clinicians realized that periodontally affected bone was not actually infected. Instead of an invasive bacterial infection, chronic inflammation was responsible for bone destruction. This finding changed the rationale for periodontal therapy and led to modern concepts of osseous surgery. Currently accepted approaches are based on guidelines, parameters, and definitions published by many highly respected clinicians.

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