TITLE

Regenerative endodontics

AUTHOR(S)
Simon, S.; Smith, A. J.
PUB. DATE
March 2014
SOURCE
British Dental Journal;3/21/2014, Vol. 216 Issue 6, pE13
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Background Significant advances in our understanding of the biological processes involved in tooth development and repair at the cellular and molecular levels have underpinned the newly emerging area of regenerative endodontics. Development of treatment protocols based on exploiting the natural wound healing properties of the dental pulp and applying tissue engineering principles has allowed reporting of case series showing preservation of tissue vitality and apexogenesis.Aim To review current case series reporting regenerative endodontics.Results Current treatment approaches tend to stimulate more reparative than regenerative responses in respect of the new tissue generated, which often does not closely resemble the physiological structure of dentine-pulp. However, despite these biological limitations, such techniques appear to offer significant promise for improved treatment outcomes.Conclusions Improved biological outcomes will likely emerge from the many experimental studies being reported and will further contribute to improvements in clinical treatment protocols.
ACCESSION #
95046840

 

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