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Prefabricated 3d allogenic bone block in conjunction with stem cell-containing subepithelial connective tissue graft for horizontal alveolar bone augmentation: a case report as proof of clinical study principles

[Experimental medicine]
Wolf-Dieter Grimm; Mathias Plöger; Ingmar Schau; Alexander Vukovic; Evgeny Shchetinin; Albert Akkalaev; Armenak Arutyunov; Sergey Sirak;

For three-dimensional reconstruction of de- fects of the alveolar ridge to conduct Summary. In the article the analysis of existing technologies for new sources of stem cells mouth for maxillofacial surgery and dental implantology. The authors pro- vide the results of their research on laboratory ani- mals have shown that the most simple and reliable source of stem cell resources for the regeneration of the bone of the alveolar process of the jaws can serve subepithelial the soft palate. The ability of stem cells from this area to the differentiation can be used when planning and implementing interven- tions in the maxillofacial region to ensure stability of the contour effect and dental implants


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Keywords: stem cells, implantology, differen-tiation

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