Hialuronskābe mukogingivālā un periodontālā ķirurģijā | PARADENT

Cross-linked hyaluronic acid (xHyA) has recently been introduced in reconstructive periodontal soft tissue surgery due to its biologic properties which favor periodontal wound healing and regeneration. Data from preclinical studies have shown that xHyA significantly increases the tensile strength of granulation tissue, stimulates blood clot formation, induces angiogenesis, and enhances wound healing properties of cell types involved in soft tissue wound healing. Recent clinical data also suggest that the use of xHyA either alone or in conjunction with autogenous soft tissue grafts may lead to excellent root coverage of single and multiple recession gingival recessions, which histologically may be accompanied by periodontal regeneration (i.e. formation of root cementum, periodontal ligament and alveolar bone).

The aims of this webinar are:

  1. To present the biologic rationale of using xHyA in reconstructive periodontal surgery.
  2. Based on clinical case presentations and a surgical video, to illustrate on how xHyA can be integrated in reconstructive periodontal surgery with special emphasis on the use of the Modified Coronally Advanced or Laterally Closed Tunnel.

Topics in the webinar

  • Clinical case
    • SOFT TISSUE SURGERY: Step-by-step of the tunnel technique
    • SOFT TISSUE SURGERY: Application of HA
    • SOFT TISSUE SURGERY: Address a 7mm soft tissue recession step-by-step
    • SOFT TISSUE SURGERY: thin biotype exposed root
  • Science
    • What are HA properties?
    • HA effects fibroblasts (GCT and PDL)
    • HA effect on bone cells
    • HA effect on intrabony effect
    • HA effect on cementum and bone formation
    • HA systematic review on healing of intrabony defect
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