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Selma Jakupovic, Edin Cerjakovic, Alan Topcic, Muhamed Ajanovic, Alma Konjhodzic- Prcic, Amra Vukovic
INTRODUCTION: An abfraction lesion is a type of a non-carious cervical lesion (NCCL) that represents a sharp defect on the cervical part of tooth, caused by occlusal biomechanical forces. The largest prevalence of the NCCL is found on the mandibular first premolar. The goal of the study is, by means of a numerical method - the finite element method (FEM), in an appropriate computer program, conduct a stress analysis of the mandibular premolar under various static loads, with a special reference to the biomechanics of cervical tooth region...
August 2014: Acta Informatica Medica: AIM
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/14608261/platelet-gel-biotechnology-applied-to-regenerative-surgery-of-intrabony-defects-in-patients-with-refractory-generalized-aggressive-peridontitis-case-report
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S Mauro, L Orlando, R Panzoni, P F Orlando
Platelet gel biotechnology, a method which has all the components of "tissue engineering" techniques, potentiates the already known healing process of guided tissue regeneration procedures (GTR) by multiplying the number of molecules that activate the healing response and by grafting in the host site various cell types, among which stem cells. Here are reported cases of patients affected by refractory generalized aggressive periodontitis treated with the association GTR and platelet gel biotechnology to verify if the contribution of the gel would produce superior results than those obtained by surgery alone which had been previously applied to the same sites with negative results...
July 2003: Minerva Stomatologica
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