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Connective Tissue and PRGF in Treatment of Periodontal Intrabony Defects

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In order to reconstruct the lost periodontal tissues different kinds of graft materials have been used, including auto-grafts, allografts and xenografts and also Polypeptide growth factors in combination with guided tissue regeneration (GTR).In this presentation Dr Omid Moghaddas will present the concepts of using connective tissue and PRGF in treatment of intrabony defects and also review the literature on this topic.

Date Added:
1/29/2013

Author(s):

Omid Moghaddas, DMD, MSD Omid Moghaddas, DMD, MSD
Dr. Omid Moghaddas completed his undergraduate studies at the Tehran Azad University,Dental Branch in 2006. Dr. Moghaddas received his DMD from the Azad University of T...
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Questions & Comments
omid moghaddas - (4/5/2013 12:20 AM)

Keith; by using PRGF bone fill in regeneration of periodontal defects was not significantly improved in conjunction with barriers or CTG,but using it with bone grafts without membranes was beneficial.i am agree with dr salama in positive role of prgf in improving soft tissue healing.tnx. Dr Moghaddas

Maurice Salama - (3/4/2013 7:06 AM)

Keith; I only utilize PRGF with ACDM CTG cases. But, it certainly has a positive effect on soft tissue wound healing. Dr. Salama

Keith Marshall - (3/3/2013 7:40 PM)

Am I correct in that if you are going to use a CT graft in any periodontal procedure the prgf will not improve the outcome in a significant way?

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