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Investigation of the Contributions of Platelet Rich Fibrin Combined With Open Flap Debridement on Periodontal Healing (NCT02898675)

Platelet rich fibrin is a second generation platelet concentration which contains various growth factors. The aim of this study is to evaluate the clinical and biochemical efficacy of PRF in subjects of chronic periodontitis in the operation of conventional periodontal flap.
  • Device: Platelet rich fibrine
    Platelet rich fibrin increases the growth factors. So it was applied for treatment of periodontal bone loss.
    • Device: Open Flap Debridement
      Only open flap debridement treatment the bone loss limitedly
      Ages eligible for Study
      all
      Genders eligible for Study
      All
      Accepts Healthy Volunteers
      Accepts Healthy Volunteers
      Inclusion Criteria:
      • Patients with CP who had pocket depth ≤ 5 mm and at least two area (grouped as Control and PRF) with horizontal bone loss after initial treatment
      Exclusion Criteria:
      • The subjects excluded in the study had history of systemic disease, were smokers, had allergy to any drug, had need for prophylaxis of antibiotic and had taken antibiotics at least 6 months
      PRF was developed in 2001 by Choukroun in France, it was the second generation fibrin adhesive, and was used to accelerate the soft and hard tissue healing. Many studies have shown beneficial effects of PRF on osteoconductive filler material in sinus lift operations, treatment of periodontal sulcus defect and treatment of furcation defects. Also PRF contains many growth factors. PRF accelerates periodontal regeneration through the gradually excreted growth factors and contributes to the bone regeneration. In this study, the investigators evaluated the effect of PRF on growth factors and its contribution to periodontal regeneration in subjects with chronic periodontitis.
      Status:
      completed
      Type:
      Interventional
      Phase:
      -
      Start:
      30 September, 2014
      Updated:
      07 September, 2016
      Participants:
      26
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