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Volume 14 , Issue 3
May/June 1994

Pages 199-216


Qualitative and quantitative comparative study on different filling materials used in bone tissue regeneration: a controlled clinical study

Simion/Dahlin/Trisi/Piatelli


PMID: 7995691
DOI: 10.11607/prd.00.0090

This study compared, in a human model, the ability of (1) expanded polytetrafluorethylene (e-PTFE) membranes plus bone-chip autografts, (2) e-PTFE membranes plus demineralized freeze-dried bone, (3) e-PTFE membranes plus a new form of demineralized allograft bone tissue, and (4) e-PTFE membranes alone to enhance bone regeneration around dental implants placed into recent extraction sockets. The histologic results demonstrated that, in humans, guided tissue regeneration techniques are capable of producing new bone osseointegrated with titanium dental implants. Among the graft materials, autogenous bone provided the densest and the greatest amount of bone formation, but use of demineralized freeze-dried bone and a new form of de-mineralized allogenic bone matrix also improved bone regeneration compared to membranes alone after 6 months of healing.


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