The Use of Human Fibrin Glue in Reconstructive Maxillofacial Surgery

  • G. Ferrari Parabita
  • G. C. Derada Troletti
  • R. Cattaneo
  • S. Ferrari Parabita
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Abstract

The association of hydroxyapatite and human fibrin glue has significantly amplified the field of application of biomaterials. We obtain three-dimensional stability of our implant and can thus remodel bone surface and bone defect. Presenting the reconstructive technique in maxillofacial surgery using biomaterials, we report our experience in more than 455 cases.

Keywords

Mold Hydroxyapatite Crest Enophthalmos Bicoronal 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • G. Ferrari Parabita
  • G. C. Derada Troletti
  • R. Cattaneo
  • S. Ferrari Parabita

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