Removal of necrotic alveolar part of mandible with CGF (Concentrated Growth Factors) application into a post-operative bone defect – a case report
Keywordsosteomyelitis, osteonecrosis, CGF, concentrated growth factors, oral surgery
AbstractUsage of platelet concentrate is an interesting clinical option for enhancement of healing tissue. One of them – Concentrated Growth Factors (CGF) is produced by processing blood samples with a special centrifuge device. It is proven that this material contains high concentration of growth factors and CD34+ cells which have anti-inflammatory properties and ability to stimulate proliferation and differentiation of connective tissue cells and angiogenesis. The following article presents a case of 70-year-old-patient who underwent the augmentation of the post-operative bone defect with CGF after removal of necrotic alveolar part of the mandible.
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