Authors : Dr. Harini Kulkarni; Dr. ASIF K; Dr. SINDHURA H; Dr. SWAPNA EDIGA
Volume/Issue : Volume 8 - 2023, Issue 3 - March
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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7758447
The primary goal of periodontal therapy has
always been the regeneration or restoration of damaged
supporting tissue. The process of periodontal regeneration
is multidimensional and necessitates a complex chain of
biological processes, including cell adhesion, migration,
proliferation, and differentiation. The current case report
presents the management of an intrabony defect in a 23-
year-old male patient, using Sticky bone made of injectable
Platelet Rich Fibrin (iPRF) & Demineralized Freeze-Dried
Bone Allo (DFDBA) graft along with a PRF membrane to
cover the defect. The clinical & Radiographic parameters
assessed were Periodontal Probing Depth (PPD), Clinical
Attachment Loss (CAL) & amount of bone fill respectively.
Follow-up was done after 6 months.
Keywords : PRF; iPRF; Stickybone; Intrabony Defect.