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September-December 2018| Vol 1| Issue 3

Editorial

Translational research with autologous biomaterials: A new perspective

Nowadays, research with different materials for clinical application is constantly evolving at a breakneck pace. To advance scientifically a translational study is necessary, especially with materia...


Original Article

Controversies related to scientific report describing g-forces from studies on platelet-rich fibrin: Necessity for standardization of relative centrifugal force values

Leukocyte and platelet-rich fibrin (PRF), a second-generation platelet concentrate has been the focus of intensive research endeavors over the last 2 decades. Over the years, numerous reports have h...


Original Article

New bovine bone graft with integrated atelocollagen Type I in artificial defects. Histologic and histomorphometric study in sheep

Background: A new natural bovine bone grafting material with incorporated Type I atelocollagen has been recently introduced for the use in regenerative dentistry. Aims: The aim of the ...


Case Report

Utilization of concentrated growth factor as a sole sinus augmentation material

Posterior maxillary tooth loss frequently coincides with loss of available bone volume for implant placement due to both atrophy of the residual crestal bone and enlargement of the maxillary sinus. ...


Case Report

Tomographic and clinical findings, pre-, trans-, and post-operative, of osseodensification in immediate loading

The advance of surgical techniques and modifications with respect to the surface and macrogeometry of dental implants, such as immediate and early loading, can help reduce the time of rehabilitation...


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International Journal of Growth Factors and Stem Cells in Dentistry, is a peer-reviewed print + Online with having frequency of 3 Issues journal.

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