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Initial attachment of fibroblast-like cells to periodontally diseased root surfaces in vitro
Thesis (Dip. Periodont.)--University of Toronto, 1985.
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A fibroblast is a type of biological cell that synthesizes the extracellular matrix and collagen, produces the structural framework for animal tissues, and plays a critical role in wound healing. Fibroblasts are the most common cells of connective tissue in on: Extracellular matrix and collagen creation. Endodontic effects of root planing in humans Endodontic effects of root planing in humans Wong, Raymond; Hirsch, Robert S.; Clarke, Nigel G. Abstract Although the deliberate removal of cementum by root planing remains part of periodontal therapy, its scientific basis is under challenge. A potentially harmful effect of root planing is the exposure of dentinal tubules to the.
Ifor R. Williams, in Encyclopedia of Immunology (Second Edition), Fibroblasts also function as accessory cells in many immune and inflammatory responses. Fibroblasts can produce or respond to a wide variety of cytokines, and these mediators allow fibroblasts and leukocytes to cooperate during complex processes such as wound healing. Torsten Liem DO Osteopath GOsC (GB), in Cranial Osteopathy (Second Edition), The periodontal ligament (Fig. )The periodontal ligament (desmodontium) is a fibrous joint (syndesmosis) that suspends the root of each tooth in its alveolar bone socket. The periodontal ligament fibers are anchored in the cement layer of the tooth and in the alveolar bone. An in vitro model consisting of a flowcell with saliva-coated surfaces has offered an excellent platform for studying the adherence and growth of oral bacteria (75, 76, , ). Community organization in the in vivo enamel chip and the in vitro flowcell model systems Cited by:
To achieve new attachment on the diseased root surfaces affected by periodontal disease, it is necessary to eliminate calculus, bacterial plaque and other cytotoxic substances on or within the root surface. Periodontitis-affected root surfaces are hypermineralized and contaminated with cytotoxic and other biologically active substances 1. Schwarz F, Sculean A, Berakdar M, Szathmari L, Georg T, Becker J. In vivo and in vitro effects of an Er:YAG laser, a GaAlAs diode laser, and scaling and root planning on periodontally diseased root surfaces: a comparative histologic study. Lasers Surg Med ; 32(5)– Initial attachment of fibroblast‐like cells to periodontally‐diseased root surfaces in vitro Fardal, O; Aubin, JE; Lowenberg, BF; Freeman, E A biochemical approach to periodontal regeneration: Tetracycline treatment of dentin promotes fibroblast adhesion and growth.
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SyntaxTextGen not activated 2. Topically applied citric acid on periodontally pdf root surfaces has no effect on nonplaned roots, but after root planing, the acid produces a 4-mm-deep demineralized zone with exposed collagen fibers 93 3.
CXCL1, Download pdf, and CCL5 in human gingival biopsies. Gene expression of CXCL1 (a), CCL2 (b), and CCL5 (c) in human gingival biopsies from sites of periodontitis (n = 6) as compared with periodontally healthy sites (n = 6), as analyzed by real-time values and SEM, *significant (p Author: Birgit Rath-Deschner, Svenja Memmert, Anna Damanaki, Marjan Nokhbehsaim, Sigrun Eick, Joni A.
Cirell.Two modalities of root reatment were performed in experimental groups, 1) planed diseased root ebook leaving cementum close to the cemento-dentin junction, intact or RP, 2) RP followed by citric acid, or RP+CA. Root slices were prepared from surgically extracted normal human and periodontally diseased .