Published in November 1989
GUIDED PERIODONTAL REGENERATION WITH AN AMNIOTIC MEMBRANE AND FIBRIN GLUE
Physician and Surgeon specializing in Dentistry. Periodontist.
Piazza Repubblica 4, 09129 Cagliari, Italy.
tel ++39 070 498159, fax ++39 070 400164
web site www.gustavopetti.it
|Fig. 20 The Interpore 200 implant.||Fig. 21 The implant is finished and shaped.|
|Fig. 22 A thin layer of fibrin glue prepared at the concentration of I.U./1 ml.||Fig. 23 The amniotic membrane is grafted onto the bone graft and adapted to the root.|
|Fig. 26 Sample taken.|
|Fig. 25 A bioptic sample of the complete suture (tooth, bone, soft tissue) is taken, being careful not to damage the area of the operation.|
|Fig. 24 The flap is repositioned with a separate stitch.|
|Fig. 27 An intimate contact between the subgingival fibrous connective tissue and the surface of the root can be appreciated. A short epithelial attachment is clearly visible. Proceeding towards the apex of the tooth the two tissues tend to separate (Azan-Mallory dyeing).|
|Fig. 28 With a stronger enlargement the contact between subgingival connective tissue and cement is even more evident. Some small vascular formations are present near the tooth (Azan-Mallory).|