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J Korean Acad Periodontol. 2006 Mar;36(1):27-37. Korean.
Published online March 31, 2006.  https://doi.org/10.5051/jkape.2006.36.1.27
Copyright © 2006 Korean Academy of Periodontology
The effects of Acellular dermal matrix on the healing of 1 wall intrabony defects in dogs
Ju Un Park,1 Byung-Ock Kim,1,3 Joo-Cheol Park,2,3 and Hyun-Seon Jang1,3
1Department of Periodontology, College of Dentistry, Chosun University, Korea.
2Department of Oral Histology, College of Dentistry, Chosun University, Korea.
3Oral Biology Research Institute, College of Dentistry, Chosun University, Korea.

Corresponding Author (Email: periojang@chosun.ac.kr )
Abstract

Although the main purpose of periodontal treatment to regenerate is the complete regeneration of periodontal tissue due to periodontal disease, most of the treatment cannot meet such purpose because healing by long epithelial junction. Therefore, diverse materials of resorbable and non-resorbable have been used to regenerate the periodontal tissue. Due to high risk of exposure and necessity of secondary surgical procedure when using non-resorbable membrane, guided tissue regeneration using the resorbable membrane has gain popularity, recently. However, present resorbable membrane has the disadvantage of not having sufficient time to regenerate date to the difference of resorption rate according to surgical site. Meanwhile, other than the structure stability and facile manipulation, acellular dermal matrix has been reported to be a possible scaffold for cellular proliferation due to rapid revascularization and favorable physical properties for cellular attachment and proliferation. The purpose of this study is to estimate the influence of acellular dermal matrix on periodontal ligament, cementum and alveolar bone when acellular dermal matrix is implanted to 1-wall alveolar bone defect.

4 dogs of 12 to 16 month old irrelevant to sex , which below 15Kg of body weight, has been used in this study. ADM has been used for the material of guided tissue regeneration. The 3rd premolar of the lower jaw was extracted bilaterally and awaited for self-healing. subsequently buccal and lingual flap was elevated to form one wall intrabony defect with the depth and width of 4mm on the distal surface of 2nd premolar and the mesial surface of 4th premolar. After the removal of periodontal ligament by root planing. notch was formed on the basal position. Following the root surface treatment, while the control group had the flap sutured without any treatment on surgically induced intrabony defect. Following the root surface treatment, the flap of intrabony defect was sutured with the ADM inserted while the control group sutured without any insertion. The histologic specimen was observed after 4 and 8 weeks of treatment.

The control group was partially regenerated by periodontal ligament, new cementum and new alveolar bone. the level of regeneration is not reached on the previous formed notch. but, experimental group was fully regenerated by functionally oriented periodontal ligament fiber, new cementum and new alveolar bone.

In conclusion, we think that ADM seems to be used by scaffold for periodontal ligament cells and the matrix is expected to use on guided tissue regeneration.

Keywords: Acellular dermal matrix; 1 wall intrabony defect