Issue Three 2018
2018, Vol. 5 issue 3, (September)
The use of dentin autograft in socket preservation procedure
Regenerative medicine is based on advanced in research in biomaterials one of which is dentin autograft, which can have a major impact on the patient’s treatment plan and for improving the quality of life.
This review has been designed to investigate the effects of alveolar ridge preservation of alveolar bone with dentin autograft. The success of implant-supported restorations depends on the interaction between a number of anatomical, technical, surgical and prosthetic factors. Restorative-driven implant placement allows the optimal support of the surrounding soft and hard tissues and a satisfactory emergence profile of the final prosthesis. Ridge preservation is any procedure that takes place at the time of, or shortly after an extraction, prior or simultaneously with implant placement to minimise resorption of the ridge and maximise bone formation within the socket.
Alveolar ridge preservation procedures with dentin autograft may decrease the need for further ridge augmentation during implant placement in comparison with u
Authors:Elitsa Deliverska; Department of Oral and Maxillofacial surgery, Faculty of Dental Medicine, Medical University of Sofia;
Ioanna Polichroniadou; Students in Faculty of Dental Medicine, Medical University of Sofia;
Payam Forghani; Students in Faculty of Dental Medicine, Medical University of Sofia;