The healing of sockets following teeth extraction results in a marked reduction of the height and width of the ridge. This in vivo study aims to assess and compare the efficacy of calcium sulphate (CS) and sintered nano-hydroxyapatite (NHA) in postextraction sockets.

A human clinical and histomorphometrical study on different resorbable and non-resorbable bone substitutes used in post-extractive sites. Preliminary results

DE TULLIO, ILARIA;Caputi S.;Perfetti G.;Traini T.
2019

Abstract

The healing of sockets following teeth extraction results in a marked reduction of the height and width of the ridge. This in vivo study aims to assess and compare the efficacy of calcium sulphate (CS) and sintered nano-hydroxyapatite (NHA) in postextraction sockets.
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