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Bone loss after full-thickness and partial-thickness flap elevation
Fickl S, et al. J Clin Periodontol 2011. Among authors: Schupbach P. PMID 21118288
MATERIAL AND METHODS: in five beagle dogs, both mandibular second premolars (split-mouth design) were subjected to one of the following treatments: Tx1: elevation of a partial-thickness flap over the mesial root of P(2) and performing a notch at the height of the bone. Tx2: elevation of a full-thickness flap over the mesial root of P(2) and performing a notch at the height of the bone. After 4 months, sections were evaluated for: (i) vertical bone loss and (ii) osteoclastic activity using histometry. ...
MATERIAL AND METHODS: in five beagle dogs, both mandibular second premolars (split-mouth design) were subjected to one of the following trea …
Growth factor-mediated treatment of recession defects: a randomized controlled trial and histologic and microcomputed tomography examination
McGuire MK, et al. J Periodontol 2009 - Clinical Trial. Among authors: Schupbach P. PMID 19335074
Statistically significant results favoring the CTG were found in recession depth reduction (-2.9 + 0.5 mm, test; -3.3 + 0.6 mm, control; P = 0.009), root coverage (90.8%, test; 98.6%, control; P = 0.013), and -3.9 +/- 0.7 mm, control, -3.3 +/- 1.3 mm, test, recession width reduction (P = 0.035), whereas mid-buccal probing depth (PD) and PD reduction (PDR) reduction favored the test group (1.4 +/- 0.4 mm, test; 1.8 +/- 0.1 mm, control; P < 0.001 PD and -0.0 mm test; +0.4 mm control PDR). ...
Statistically significant results favoring the CTG were found in recession depth reduction (-2.9 + 0.5 mm, test; -3.3 + 0.6 mm, control; …
Evaluation of nano-technology-modified zirconia oral implants: a study in rabbits
Lee J, et al. J Clin Periodontol 2009. Among authors: Schupbach P. PMID 19538335
Numerical differences between ZiUnite (70.5+/-3.1%) and A and C surfaces did not reach statistical significance (p>0.05). Similarly, there were non-significant differences between the TiUnite and the ZiUnite surfaces (p>0.05). At 6 weeks, there were no significant differences in BIC between the TiUnite (67.1+/-4.2%), ZiUnite (69.7+/-5.7%), A (68.6+/-1.9%), and C (64.5+/-4.1%) surfaces (p>0.05). ...
Numerical differences between ZiUnite (70.5+/-3.1%) and A and C surfaces did not reach statistical significance (p>0.05). Similarl …
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