Guided tissue regeneration with bioabsorbable barriers : intrabony defects and class II furcations / Peter Eickholz, Ti-Sun Kim, Harald Steinbrenner, Christof Dörfer, and Rolf Holle

The aim of this study was to compare the effects of guided tissue regeneration (GTR) using 2 different bioabsorbable barriers (control: polylactide acetyltributyl citrate; test: polydioxanon). The polydioxanon barrier is an experimental membrane for GTR therapy that consists of a continuous occlusive barrier that has a layer of slings on the side that is meant to face the mucoperiosteal flap.

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Persons: Eickholz, Peter [Author]; Kim, Ti-Sun [Author]; Steinbrenner, Harald [Author]; Dörfer, Christof [Author]; Holle, Rolf [Author]
Format: eArticle
Language(s):English
Publication:01 June 2000
Part of:Journal of periodontology 71(2000), 6, Seite 999-1008
Subjects:barrier
bioabsorbable
Furcation/surgery
furcation/therapy
guided tissue regeneration
membranes
polydioxanon/therapeutic use
polylactides/therapeutic use
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Physical description:10
ISSN:1943-3670
DOI:10.1902/jop.2000.71.6.999