Clinical attachment level gain as a parameter to assess the effectiveness of root conditioning in periodontal regenerative surgical procedures
Keywords:Periodontal regeneration, collagen membranes, chemical root modification, clinical attachment levels.
Background: The conventional periodontal treatment aims to resolve the inflammatory lesion in the periodontal tissues, by eliminating plaque and calculus from tooth surfaces, either with scaling and root planning alone or combined with periodontal surgery. Objective: to appraise the clinical attachment level gain as a parameter to assess the effectiveness of root conditioning in periodontal regenerative surgical procedures. Study design: A case-control study. Setting: OPD of Periodontics, Subharti Dental College, Meerut UP.Participants:20 patients. Sampling: Random sampling. Statistical Analysis: statistical analysis was done using SPSS 10 and Unpaired student “t” test.Results:On comparing the treatment outcomes it was observed that the gain in the clinical attachment levels was not statistically different in either of the groups i.e. P > 0.05 and P > 0.001.Conclusion: The outcome of this study emphasizes that the clinical effect of the acid conditioning may have been overshadowed by the healing potential generated by the barrier membrane. Regenerative technique to treat a defect must be based on consideration of these factors, which will determine the predictability of a successful result.
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