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Complex, three-dimensional reconstruction of critical size defects following delayed implant placement using stem cell-containing subepithelial connective tissue graft and allogenic human bone blocks for horizontal alveolar bone augmentation: a case report as proof of clinical study principles

[Original research] [Surgery]
Wolf-Dieter Grimm; Mathias Plöger; Ingmar Schau; Alexander Vukovic; Evgeny Shchetinin; Albert Akkalaev; Ruzanna Avanesyan; Sergey Sirak;

For three-dimensional reconstruction of defects of the alveolar crest to the conduct of dental implantation today use autogenous blocks grafts from the iliac crest, the pubic symphysis or branches of the lower jaw. The authors evaluate the regeneration potential of the soft tissues of the sky as a new source of stem cells in combination with transplantation of osteoplastic material for building bones and delayed implantation. Developed the method of treatment showed the ability of the bone marrow, stem and progenitor cells for the regeneration of various tissues, including bone.


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Keywords: regeneration and transplantation, bone block, jaw

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Pyatigorsk State Research Institute of Balneotherapeutics
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