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International Poster Journal of Dentistry and Oral Medicine



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Int Poster J Dent Oral Med 5 (2003), No. 1     15. Mar. 2003
Int Poster J Dent Oral Med 5 (2003), No. 1  (15.03.2003)

Poster 167, Language: English

The Vital Potential of Filtered Bone Particles Used for Bone Augmentation
Eicker, Lutz/Neugebauer, Jörg/Tomakidi, Pascal/Haessler, Dieter/Zöller, Joachim E.
The goal was to verify the vital potential of filtered bone particles used for bone augmentation. These were harvested during insertion of implants and were then explanted as cell culture. Following stains were used: Alcaline phosphatase, von-Kossa, osteocalzine and vimentine. These showed the cells to be of osteoblast and mesenchymal origin. It was also possible to confirm an osteoblast phenotype. During the past five years 256 patients were treated inserting 566 implants. In 45.3% a Bone collector was used for marginal defects, 6,3% for palatinal defects, 7.4% for periimplant defects, 1.1% for fenestration defects, 2.1% for bone splitting and 5.3% for sinus floor elevation. Histological results will be presented.

Keywords: autogeneous transplants, autogeneous augmentation, osteoblast cell culture, collected bone debris, human histology, dental implants, FRIOS-BoneCollector

March 14 - 16
17th Annual Academy of Osseointegration Conference
2002 Dallas, Texas