Today we point your attention to two articles, a case report and a retrospective study, in which collagen-preserved equine bone grafts (Osteoxenon®) were combined with two different autologous derivatives, L-PRF and PRGF, respectively.
The case report published in the international journal "Medicine" (Mauceri et al., 2021) concerned the bone regeneration of a severe alveolar defect of about 2 cm in diameter and treated by L-PRF block obtained by combining collagen-preserved equine bone (Osteoxenon®) with L-PRF.
Instead, the retrospective study published in the "International Journal of Implant Dentistry" (Di Stefano et al., 2021) involved 11 patients who underwent lateral sinus lift by PRGF combined with collagen-preserved equine bone (Osteoxenon®).
In both studies, the combination of autologous derivatives was safe. In addition, histological analyses showed that L-PRF block...