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Cervical Socket Plug Technique

  • Journal:Cervical Socket Plug Technique Volume: Vol. 12, No. 1 Date: March 2020
    Authors:Konstantinos Valavanis, Alexandros Tzovairis, Ioannis Vergoullis, Young-Hyun Kim, Ra-Hyeon Woo, Yong- Suk Moon, Dong-Seok Sohn, Dr. Vasundhara Bhaskar Rikame, Dr. Robert A. Horowitz, Dr. Yogesh Sharad Doshi, Dr. Maged Iskaros, Dr. Sejndi Rusi

    6. Flapless Hard and Soft Tissue Preservation of Posterior Sockets Utilizing the Cervical Socket Plug Technique: Clinical Protocol and Case Report

    Different socket grafting techniques have been proposed, utilizing different bone grafting materials, with various degrees of efficacy. A universal problem arising from all of the available techniques is the fact that the soft tissue anatomy present at the time of extraction is lost, resulting in a flat type soft tissue architecture. A novel protocol and case report of a ridge preservation technique that utilizes an anatomically shaped composite resin plug that acts as a graft containment and cervical profile maintenance device is presented.

    20. Simplified Three-dimensional Ridge Augmentation using a Deproteinized Porcine-derived Bone Graft: A Case Series

    Various osteoinductive and osteoconductive bone grafts have been used for ridge augmentation. Osteoconductive bone grafts such as bovine bone, allografts, and alloplasts have widely been utilized for reconstruction of alveolar defects. However, xenogenic porcine grafts are not frequently used for ridge augmentation. This study investigated the clinical efficacy of porcine-derived xenografts in ridge augmentation.

    32. Evaluation of Human Periodontal Ligament and Cell Attachment and Viability on Particulate Bone and Dentin Allografts

    Various bone grafting substitutes have been used in the periodontics for bone regeneration which include autografts, allografts, xenografts and alloplasts. Autogenous particulate dentin has been used successfully as a bone grafting substitute. The aim of present study was to evaluate the effect of demineralized and mineralized freeze-dried bone allograft and particulate dentin on osteoblastslike cells and human periodontal fibroblasts.

    44. Modified Technique for Root Coverage

    Gingival recession and inadequate keratinized tissue are prevalent problems encountered in dental practice and negatively impact prosthodontic and esthetic outcomes. Traditionally, gingival recession has been treated with numerous types of soft tissue procedures, which include coronally positioned flaps, connective tissue grafts, lateral and pedicle grafts, as well as guided tissue regeneration.

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