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The objective of this case-control intervention study is to explore the effectiveness of Concentrated Growth Factor (CGF) and Advanced Platelet Rich Fibrin (A-PRF) on Pain, Edema and Trismus After Impacted Lower Third Molar Surgery
In the present study, 75 patient, whose ages ranged between 18-30 and have an impacted lower third molar which is in vertical or mesiyoangular position and has class I and II ramus relationship and class B and C depth, will included. 75 patient will divided randomly into three groups as CGF, A-PRF and Control. After third molar surgery CGF and A-PRF will prepared and applied to the extraction sockets in CGF and A-PRF groups. nothing will applied to the control group. Post operative pain, edema and trismus will measured at 2nd and 7th days.
Concentrated Growth Factor (CGF), Advanced Platelet Rich Fibrin (A-PRF), Control
Active, not recruiting
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Published on BioPortfolio: 2018-10-05T08:27:22-0400
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