TITLE

A Comparison of the Applications Between Different Proportional nHA/PLA in Alveolar Bone Preservation

AUTHOR(S)
Yang Bai; Na Liu; Jianfeng Chen; Lisheng Zhao; Bin Deng; Ning Wen; Hongchen Liu
PUB. DATE
July 2014
SOURCE
Key Engineering Materials;2014, Vol. 602-603, p615
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Objective: To compare the effectiveness of different proportional nHA / PLA application in alveolar bone preservation. Methods: After extraction, apply extraction socket filling based on the alveolar bone defect model due to absorption in Beagle dog. Implant materials are divided into 3 different groups: nHA / PLAI, nHA / PLAII and the control group. Samples of the alveolar bone were collected at Week 4 and 8, respectively for the bone resorption assessment, bone density measurement, and histological examination. Results: After nHA / PLA implantation, the alveolar bone preservation was significantly improved. There was no difference in the alveolar bone preservation between the nHA / PLAI and nHA / PLAII groups. However, the sample which are 8w from group I, have higher bone density and have complete absorption in their dental material nest. Therefore group I is better than group II. Conclusions: The results can provide a reliable basis for the application of alveolar bone preservation in basic research and selection of clinical materials.
ACCESSION #
95042045

 

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