Osteoplasty in Conjunction With Surgical Treatment of Mandibular Grade III Furcation Defects (FURC-III-OST)

2019-07-18 10:31:22 | BioPortfolio


Teeth with furcation grade III defects will be treated with open flap debridement, with or without osteoplasty. The study is designed to examine the effect of osteoplasty in the treatment of teeth with furcation grade III defects with open flap debridement.

Study Design


Furcation Defects


Open flap debridement with osteoplasty, Open flap debridement without osteoplasty


Not yet recruiting


University of Oslo

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