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A two-year audit of non-vascularized iliac crest bone graft for mandibular reconstruction: technique, experience and challenges

A two-year audit of non-vascularized iliac crest bone graft for mandibular reconstruction: technique, experience and challenges

Omeje K, Efunkoya A, Amole I, Akhiwu B, Osunde D 01 July 2014

Journal of the Korean Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons (2014)

Non-vascularized iliac crest bone graft (NVIBG) is a known treatment option in mandibular reconstruction following jaw resection, but no documented review of patients treated with NVIBG exists for northern Nigeria. The experience and technique from a Nigerian tertiary hospital may serve as baseline data for comparison and improvement of practice for other institutions

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Lateral alveolar ridge augmentation using tenting screws, acellular dermal matrix, and freeze-dried bone allograft alone or with particulate autogenous bone

Lateral alveolar ridge augmentation using tenting screws, acellular dermal matrix, and freeze-dried bone allograft alone or with particulate autogenous bone

Caldwell GR, Mills MP, Finlayson R, Mealey BL. 28 February 2015

The International journal of periodontics & restorative dentistry (2015)


This randomized prospective study evaluated the clinical benefits of using a corticocancellous mixture of freeze-dried bone allograft alone or in combination (1:1) with particulated autogenous bone for horizontal ridge augmentation and subsequent implant placement. Twenty-four patients with atrophic ridges received lateral ridge augmentations with particulate grafts placed around tenting screws and covered with a fixed acellular dermal matrix membrane.

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Comparative study of indigenously prepared and imported, demineralized, freeze-dried, irradiated bone allograft in the treatment of periodontal infrabony defects.

Comparative study of indigenously prepared and imported, demineralized, freeze-dried, irradiated bone allograft in the treatment of periodontal infrabony defects.

Shah M, Lobo Gajiwala A, Shah S, Dave D. 01 September 2015

Cell and Tissue Banking (2015)


Demineralized freeze-dried bone allograft (DFDBA) has been used extensively in periodontal therapy. Questions have been raised however, about the osteogenic potential of the variety of grafts available. In India the cost factor is another important consideration. The aim of this study therefore was to evaluate the clinical efficiency of the low priced, indigenously prepared DFDBA obtained from the Tata Memorial Hospital (TMH) Tissue Bank, in periodontal regeneration in infrabony periodontal defects, as compared to DFDBA obtained from the Pacific Coast Tissue Bank (DEMBONE). The latter was used as the control. 16 patients with bilaterally similar periodontal infrabony defects were selected, and randomly allotted to the test and control groups.

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Amnion membrane for coverage of gingival recession: A novel application

Amnion membrane for coverage of gingival recession: A novel application

Rucha Shah, N. K. Sowmya, and D. S. Mehta 05 November 2011

Abstract

Amnion allograft has been used in the field of medicine for its exceptional wound-modulating properties. However, in the field of dentistry, only a limited number of reports have explored its potential in healing of oral wounds.

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Amnion membrane for coverage of gingival recession: A novel application

Amnion membrane for coverage of gingival recession: A novel application

Rucha Shah, N. K. Sowmya, and D. S. Mehta 30 September 2010

Abstract

Amnion allograft has been used in the field of medicine for its exceptional wound-modulating properties. However, in the field of dentistry, only a limited number of reports have explored its potential in healing of oral wounds.

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Amnion membrane for coverage of gingival recession: A novel application

Amnion membrane for coverage of gingival recession: A novel application

Rucha Shah, N. K. Sowmya, and D. S. Mehta 30 September 2010

Abstract

Amnion allograft has been used in the field of medicine for its exceptional wound-modulating properties. However, in the field of dentistry, only a limited number of reports have explored its potential in healing of oral wounds.

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Amnion membrane for coverage of gingival recession: A novel application

Amnion membrane for coverage of gingival recession: A novel application

Rucha Shah, N. K. Sowmya, and D. S. Mehta 31 August 2013

Abstract

Amnion allograft has been used in the field of medicine for its exceptional wound-modulating properties. However, in the field of dentistry, only a limited number of reports have explored its potential in healing of oral wounds.

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Amnion membrane for coverage of gingival recession: A novel application

Amnion membrane for coverage of gingival recession: A novel application

Rucha Shah, N. K. Sowmya, and D. S. Mehta 05 April 2004

Abstract

Amnion allograft has been used in the field of medicine for its exceptional wound-modulating properties. However, in the field of dentistry, only a limited number of reports have explored its potential in healing of oral wounds.

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Amnion membrane for coverage of gingival recession: A novel application

Amnion membrane for coverage of gingival recession: A novel application

Rucha Shah, N. K. Sowmya, and D. S. Mehta 30 September 2014

Abstract

Amnion allograft has been used in the field of medicine for its exceptional wound-modulating properties. However, in the field of dentistry, only a limited number of reports have explored its potential in healing of oral wounds.

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Amnion membrane for coverage of gingival recession: A novel application

Amnion membrane for coverage of gingival recession: A novel application

Rucha Shah, N. K. Sowmya, and D. S. Mehta 05 November 2008

Abstract

Amnion allograft has been used in the field of medicine for its exceptional wound-modulating properties. However, in the field of dentistry, only a limited number of reports have explored its potential in healing of oral wounds.

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Amnion membrane for coverage of gingival recession: A novel application

Amnion membrane for coverage of gingival recession: A novel application

Rucha Shah, N. K. Sowmya, and D. S. Mehta 05 April 2004

Abstract

Amnion allograft has been used in the field of medicine for its exceptional wound-modulating properties. However, in the field of dentistry, only a limited number of reports have explored its potential in healing of oral wounds.

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Amnion membrane for coverage of gingival recession: A novel application

Amnion membrane for coverage of gingival recession: A novel application

Rucha Shah, N. K. Sowmya, and D. S. Mehta 28 May 2017

Abstract

Amnion allograft has been used in the field of medicine for its exceptional wound-modulating properties. However, in the field of dentistry, only a limited number of reports have explored its potential in healing of oral wounds.

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Amnion membrane for coverage of gingival recession: A novel application

Amnion membrane for coverage of gingival recession: A novel application

Rucha Shah, N. K. Sowmya, and D. S. Mehta 09 May 2019

Abstract

Amnion allograft has been used in the field of medicine for its exceptional wound-modulating properties. However, in the field of dentistry, only a limited number of reports have explored its potential in healing of oral wounds.

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Amnion membrane for coverage of gingival recession: A novel application

Amnion membrane for coverage of gingival recession: A novel application

Rucha Shah, N. K. Sowmya, and D. S. Mehta 03 March 2019

Abstract

Amnion allograft has been used in the field of medicine for its exceptional wound-modulating properties. However, in the field of dentistry, only a limited number of reports have explored its potential in healing of oral wounds.

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Temporomandibular Joint Arthroplasty with Human Amniotic Membrane - Case Report

Temporomandibular Joint Arthroplasty with Human Amniotic Membrane - Case Report

Bauer F, Hingsammer LM, Wolff KD, Kesting MR. 30 November 2014

 2013;13:e17. Epub 2013 Mar 18.

Abstract

This case reports the usage of human amniotic membrane combined with a costochondral graft as an interpositional material in temporomandibular joint reconstruction for the first time in humans. Because of the favorable outcome 20 months postoperatively, it has to be considered as an approach bringing to light the antiadhesive potential of amniotic membrane. This case report must be regarded as initial spadework and should motivate other institutions to intensify their clinical research in this field. Because of the fact that currently used interpositional materials do not prevent the recurrence of temporomandibular joint ankylosis sufficiently, it is of great interest to establish a proper therapeutic intervention fulfilling these demands. Furthermore, the demonstrated antiadhesive properties of amniotic membrane highlight its multifaceted field of application. Nevertheless, further studies have to prove the findings reported in our case.

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Temporomandibular Joint Arthroplasty with Human Amniotic Membrane - Case Report

Temporomandibular Joint Arthroplasty with Human Amniotic Membrane - Case Report

Bauer F, Hingsammer LM, Wolff KD, Kesting MR. 18 March 2013

 2013;13:e17. Epub 2013 Mar 18.

Abstract

This case reports the usage of human amniotic membrane combined with a costochondral graft as an interpositional material in temporomandibular joint reconstruction for the first time in humans. Because of the favorable outcome 20 months postoperatively, it has to be considered as an approach bringing to light the antiadhesive potential of amniotic membrane. This case report must be regarded as initial spadework and should motivate other institutions to intensify their clinical research in this field. Because of the fact that currently used interpositional materials do not prevent the recurrence of temporomandibular joint ankylosis sufficiently, it is of great interest to establish a proper therapeutic intervention fulfilling these demands. Furthermore, the demonstrated antiadhesive properties of amniotic membrane highlight its multifaceted field of application. Nevertheless, further studies have to prove the findings reported in our case.

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