Intérêt de l'utilisation des facteurs plaquettaires (PRGF : plasma rich in growth factors) dans le traitement parodontal régénératif : revue systémique de la littérature

Abstract : Surgical treatments of gingival recessions and bone defects occupy more and more the daily practice as they respond favorably to aesthetic and functional demands. Several techniques, called conventional, are available to practitioners but certain disadvantages have led researchers to seek alternatives treatments. Plasma Rich in Growth Factors or PRGF, is one of many new biomaterials referred to as “regenerative” that have piqued interest. Its use in the treatment of gingival recession but also in bone defects caused by periodontal disease, alone or combined with conventional treatments has been studied extensively in recent years. The main aim is to obtain a regeneration of the periodontium, while removing the second surgical site or doing away with the use of synthetic or animal-based biomaterials. Despite promising clinical results, the lack of reliable studies means that we cannot affirm the preeminence of PRGF compared to conventional techniques, shown to be effective, already at practitioners disposal.
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Émilie Tran. Intérêt de l'utilisation des facteurs plaquettaires (PRGF : plasma rich in growth factors) dans le traitement parodontal régénératif : revue systémique de la littérature. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2019. ⟨dumas-02129889⟩

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