Substitutos ósseos – equino e bovino – associados ou não ao PRP em cavidades mandibulares de cães Beagle: estudo split-mouth qualitativo
Objectives: to evaluate the bone repair process with GenOx and Bio-Gen biomaterials, associated or not to PRP
From the qualitative aspect. Material and Methods: six female beagle dogs (2 years-old, 10kg) were used. Six circular bone defects (6mm in diameter} were prepared, being three on the left and three on the right mandibular side. Each cavity on both sides was filled with: Bio-Gen, coagulum (control}, and Gen-Ox, being one side receiving PRP. Samples were collected at 30, 60, and 90 days for histological quantitative analysis at 20x magnification. Results: the Bio-Gen+PRP
group demonstrated more advanced repair when compared to the other groups. The use of PRP generated secondary bone at all time periods. Conclusion: The equine substitute bone presented the best results regarding mature bone formation, given its efficacy enhanced by PRP.
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