Comparison of Bone Morphogenic Proteins’ and Platelet Rich Fibrins’ Effectiveness in Socket Preservation

Qutub, Osama Ahmed and Kayal, Rayyan A. and Alhaddad, Abdulrahman Jafar and Alzahrani, Khames T. and Osailan, Samira M. and Naji, Abdullah Mohammed Al and Shaheen, Majed Mahmood and Hasan, Abdulrahman Hasan and Azmouz, Mohamad Nabil and Alshami, Abdulhamid (2021) Comparison of Bone Morphogenic Proteins’ and Platelet Rich Fibrins’ Effectiveness in Socket Preservation. Journal of Pharmaceutical Research International. pp. 719-727. ISSN 2456-9119

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The dentist faces a difficult challenge in preserving the quantity and quality of gum and bone tissues. Furthermore, the processes adopted should meet these objectives while posing no substantial future issues. In current dental and maxillofacial surgery, a variety of materials as Morphogenic Protein of Bone (BMP) and Platelet Rich Fibrins (PRF) are employed to repair and reconstruct bone tissue. The purpose of this review was to compare the efficiency of both BMP’s and PRF’s in Socket preservation. Reviewing the literature was conducted by using the following search strategies: Bone Morphogenic Proteins, Platelet Rich Fibrins, socket preservation approach, comparison of BMPs and PRFs, Bone Morphogenic Proteins and effectiveness in socket preservation and Platelet Rich Fibrins’ effectiveness in socket preservation. In conclusion, BMPs have been studied more completely than PRFs, and they have higher impacts on hard tissue regeneration and repair, according to the research. The fact that PRFs increase soft tissue healing shows how promising they are. Especially when we consider that soft tissue healing is more important than socket care in implant dentistry.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Asian Repository > General Subject > Medical Science
0 Subject > Medical Science
Depositing User: Managing Editor
Date Deposited: 19 Jul 2022 03:47
Last Modified: 19 Jul 2022 03:47

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