Interdisciplinary management of large periapical lesion: A case report
Periapical inflammatory lesion is the response of bone around the apex of tooth that occurs after the necrosis of the pulp tissue or due to some peri-radicular diseases. Regeneration is the reproduction of a lost or an injured part of the body in such a way that the architecture and function of the lost or injured tissues are completely restored. Bone graft allows faster regeneration and remodeling of osseous defects. PRF, on the other hand is a 2nd generation platelet rich growth factor that acts both as a scaffold and as center for release of various growth factors that further improves bone healing. This case report, shows the bone regeneration ability of combined use of platelet rich fibrin (PRF) and bio-resorbable Demineralized Bone Matrix (DMBM) – Osseo graft in the treatment of a large periapical lesion.
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