In this case use of modified type I collagen membrane along with the osseoinductive bone graft material having type-I collagen with calcium sulphate hemihydrate to cover the bone graft and membrane we taken free mucosal graft from the palate.
Collagen membrane and GTR-based root coverage technique yielded results similar to those achieved by traditional root coverage (16).
In this present case, collagen membrane along with demineralized freeze dried bone graft (xenograft) with free mucosal autograft to achieved bone fill with root coverage.
These interaction, in spite of the decrease in the orientation of the polar phase as suggested by the decrease in Tc observed in the 4:1 and the 1:1 composites, may explain the higher value for the pyroelectric coefficient determined in the 1:1 composite, in respect to that determined for anionic collagen membranes
under the same conditions and of 1.
For the chitosan and collagen membranes
, the interaction of the membrane was not as significant compared with the formation of the dichloroargentate(I) anion because of the large excess of chloride in the SSES medium (see Fig.
The same procedure was followed in control group for the reflection of lateral pedicle flap as on test site but the collagen membrane was not placed.
In this study, the use of modified type I collagen membrane showed statistically significant gingival recession coverage and indicates that consistent improvement of gingival recession defects may be achieved by means of a modified collagen barrier membrane through GTR technique.
PI and GI were constant at all time intervals during our study period, suggesting that collagen membrane was well tolerated by the host tissues.
The study will examine if RegeneCure's membrane enables a similar or better amount of lateral bone fill compared with the collagen membrane
which is considered the gold standard treatment today.
BioMend(R) is an absorbable collagen membrane
for use in guided tissue regeneration in periodontal surgery.
DeCarlo, a clinician and medical researcher, conceived and reduced to practice the invention while considering the literal and figurative "weaknesses" of current commercial surgical membranes, such as collagen membranes
This study reports the results of an investigation of the dielectric and pyroelectric properties of collagen membranes developed for use in periodontal disease for fiber reinsertion by the Guided Tissue Regeneration Technique (GTR) (8).
Reconstituted collagen membranes were cast in acrylic or polytetrafluoroethylene molds with collagen solutions in acetic acid (pH = 3.
As the area of regenerative medicine in the dental market continues to expand, the demand for collagen membranes
has increased worldwide.
These resorbable collagen membranes
are intended for use in periodontal defects, bone defects, dental implants and ridge augmentation procedures.