Use of Collagen, PTFE and PRF Membranes in Bone Reconstruction

Use of Collagen, PTFE and PRF Membranes in Bone Reconstruction an Experimental and Histomorphometric StudyNeculae et al.
In the present study it can be noted that bone regeneration differs depending on the type of barrier membranes used. There is an advantage of collagen membranes compared to non-resorbable d-PTFE membranes. The use of PRF membrane in bone augmentation techniques seems to bring a certain benefit. Coverage of bone defects with barrier membranes create a favourable environment for bone regeneration, because they create a space where osteogenic cells can migrate, and they prevent the non-osteogenic cells from the soft tissues to penetrate the bone defect. The membranes also represent a support for the soft tissues, preventing them from collapsing within the bone defect.J. Transl. Med. Res 2017;22(1):42J. Transl. Med. Res 2017;22(1):42-47

DOI: 10.21614/jtmr-22-1-113

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