Ethiopian Journal of Health Sciences

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Platelet rich fibrin (PRF) and β -Tricalcium phosphate with coronally advanced flap for the management of grade-II furcation defect

J Sambhav, R Rohit, M Ranjana, M Shalabh


BACKGROUND: Multirooted teeth offer unique and challenging problems due to the furcation area, creates situations in which routine periodontal procedures are somewhat limited and special procedures are generally required.
CASE DETAIL: The present case was showing the management of grade II furcation defect by platelet rich fibrin (PRF) and β-Tricalcium phosphate with coronally advanced flap.
CONCLUSION: Platelet rich fibrin and β-Tricalcium phosphate with coronally advanced flap have been shown to be a promising and successful approach for the treatment of furcation defect. Its gaining clinical attachment  significantly manages both the gingival recession and furcation involvement
KEY WORDS: β-Tricalcium Phosphate, Coronally Advanced Flap, Furcation Involvement, Platelet Rich Fibrin.
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