Your browser doesn't support javascript.
A Biblioteca Cochrane foi excluída da BVS por decisão da Wiley de não renovação da licença de uso com a BIREME. Saiba mais.

BVS Odontologia

Informação e Conhecimento para a Saúde

Home > Pesquisa > ()
Imprimir Exportar

Formato de exportação:

Exportar

Email
Adicionar mais destinatários
| |

Free Gingival Graft versus Mucograft: Histological Evaluation.

Menceva, Zaklina; Dimitrovski, Oliver; Popovska, Mirjana; Spasovski, Spiro; Spirov, Vancho; Petrushevska, Gordana.
Open Access Maced J Med Sci; 6(4): 675-679, 2018 Apr 15.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-29731940

INTRODUCTION:

The correction of the gingival recession is of esthetical and functional significance, but the tissue regeneration can only be confirmed by a histological examination.

AIM:

This study aims to make a comparison between the free gingival graft and the autograft. MATERIAL AND

METHODS:

This study included 24 patients with single and multiple gingival recessions. Twelve patients were treated with a free gingival graft and the other twelve with a micrograft. Six months after the surgical procedure, a micro-punch biopsy of the transplantation area was performed. The tissue was histologically evaluated, graded in 4 categories immature, mature, fragmented and edematous collagen tissue. The elastic fibres were also examined and graded in three categories with a normal structure, fragmented rare and fragmented multiplied.

RESULTS:

Regarding the type of collagen tissue that was present, there was a significant difference between the two groups of patients, with a larger number of patients treated with a micrograft showing a presence of mature tissue, compared to the patients treated with a free gingival graft. A larger number of patients in both of the groups displayed elastic fibres with a rare fragmented structure; 33.3% of the patients showed a normal structure; 50% demonstrated a normal structure.

CONCLUSION:

The patients treated with a free gingival graft showed a larger presence of fragmented collagen tissue and fragmented elastic fibres, whereas a mature tissue was predominantly present in the surgical area where a Geistlich Mucograft was placed.