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Choice of osteoplastic materials for bone regeneration in the treatment of patients with generalized periodontitis with diabetes mellitus tape 2

Journal: Medicni perspektivi (Vol.19, No. 4)

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Page : 135-140

Keywords : generalized periodontitis; diabetes mellitus type 2; flap surgery; guided bone regeneration;

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The article presents the results of a comparative study of using osteoinductive and osteoconductive material for bone osteoplastic grafting used to perform operations in the treatment of 60 patients with generalized periodontitis with diabetes mellitus type 2. It was found that by using different types of materials osteoplastic bone growth occurs differently. It was found that in preserved walls of bone pockets a mixture of osteoinductive material ?Bio-Oss?, combined with osteoconductive material osteoplastic ?BondBone? prepared in platelet-rich plasma using collagen membranes ?Bio-Gide? is enough and appropriate to use. This technique allowed achieving full recovery of bone in 86.2% of patients bone defects with. It was found that by using natural osteoplastic material ?Bio-Oss? with extensive periodontal regeneration of alveolar bone defects in patients with generalized periodontitis associated with diabetes mellitus type 2 it is necessary to use membranes of polylactic acid to prevent migration of particles of osteoplastic material in the wound.

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