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Initial/ Intra socket stage occurs within confines of the periodontal ligament. It occurs due to viscoelastic distortion of periodontal fluid, periodontal fibres and inter bundle content.
Rapid canine retraction through distraction of the periodontal ligament. Am J Orthod Dentofacial Orthop 1998;114:372-82.
Radiographic evaluation on the 90th day revealed normal periodontal ligament space around all the teeth in both groups.
Keywords: Low frequency noise, Periodontal ligament, Periodontium.
In accordance with clinical conditions and properties of biomaterials, the above mentioned models were classified into cortical bone, cancellous bone, tooth, periodontal ligament, arch wire, traction hook, coil spring, micro-implant and bracket.
Comparison of various transport media on human periodontal ligament cell viability.
A slightly larger socket was prepared, in order to minimize periodontal ligament damage, which could be happened because of excessive compressive forces or prolonged extra alveolar time for donor teeth.
Human periodontal ligament cells (hPDLCs) and human osteoblasts (hOBs) are recognized as the cell types originating from the mesenchymal lineage, which play the most dominant role during OTM.
Sodek, "The periodontal ligament: a unique, multifunctional connective tissue," Periodontology 2000, vol.
Needless to say the procedures that involved the destruction of the periodontal ligament encouraged the "absorption" process.
(3) Two proof-of-principle studies in humans indicate that a specific laser-based protocol is capable of improving clinical parameters and producing new bone, cementum, and periodontal ligament on previously diseased root surfaces.
The calcium silicate cements, initially proposed as materials for retrograde obturation, have become the materials of choice for all kinds of dentine defects, including communication pathways between the root canal system and the periodontal ligament [1].