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Inductive bone surgery
Inductive bone surgery

Inductive bone surgery

The main objective of periodontal therapy is to recreate all the gingival and bone structures lost due to periodontal disease. For this purpose, clinicians have long been using methods and materials aimed at achieving the repair of bone, formation of cement and new fibrous attachment. The application of regenerative methods of treatment is the most effective at eliminating some intraosseous recesses.

Regeneration is particularly effective if there are two- or three-wall deep and narrow intrabony defects and deep intraosseous recesses, as the topography of such defects favours the stabilization of the clot with or without bone material. It also creates favourable conditions for rapid vascularization and insertion of osteocytes into the defect area. On the contrary, if a defect’s shape does not favour the application of regenerative interventions, for example, if there are one-wall defects or small recesses, a surgical treatment is justified.

So, regeneration is a reproduction or recovery of the lost or damaged areas of tissue by the formation of new bone, cement periodontal ligament (the attachment of connective tissue) on the unhealthy or diseased tooth root surface.

Submitted: January 18th, 2015 in category: Articles

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