JVD 2019 #4 Guided Tissue Regeneration Therapy with Bone Augmentation in a Lingual, Infrabony Osseous Defect of a Mandibular Canine; Bebel Flashcards Preview

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1
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What does the technique of guided tissue regeneration do?

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Encourages healing of periodontal pockets by regeneration of new attachment, lost bone reconstruction, and reestablishment lost periodontal ligaments, gingival fibers, and junctional epithelium

2
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What was used for GTR?

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Canine demineralized freeze-dried membrane allograft (DFMBA)

3
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What is the goal of GTR?

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To have a root surface repopulated first by periodontal cells to promote formation of new attachment.
If gingival epith cells, connective tissue cells, or bone cells predominate initially, a weaker long junctional epith union or TR or root ankylosis may result.

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Define osteoinduction

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Chemical process by which molecules, such as bone morphogenic protein in a bone graft convert neighboring cells into bone-producing osteoblasts.

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Define osteoconductive

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structural framework or scaffold for clot development, maturation and remodelling. No biological influence on surrounding tissues.

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Define osteointegration

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Bonding of the host and graft material, resulting in new bone. Necessary for graft survival.

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