Tissue Engineering: Applications in Maxillofacial Surgery and Periodontics

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Reviewer: Lou Graham, DDS (University of Chicago Medical Center)
Description: This book gives the reader a thorough knowledge of the concepts of tissue engineering, the biology involved, and clinical applications.
Purpose: The purpose is to provide a comprehensive review of the background science and clinical applications of tissue engineering as it exists today. These objectives are indeed important because the book truly shows how much the field has progressed in these areas. The editors' objectives are definitely met.
Audience: I feel this book targets clinicians (specialists) whose areas of expertise involve the breakthrough of tissue engineering. The editors also believe the book appeals to those involved in research in this area and that it gives them a better understanding of clinical applications and advancements. The text is supported by 40 credible contributors and edited by leaders in the field.
Features: This book is an excellent review of the subject matter and the biology involved. It places strong emphasis on the numerous clinical areas that tissue engineering impacts. This area is so "hot" currently that each chapter is as intriguing as the next. It is difficult to single out a "best" chapter or area because each is written with such excellence.
Assessment: This marvelous text allows the reader to understand concepts and their current clinical implications and potential other courses. As the dental field integrates the above concepts, it will offer our patients new avenues for successful treatment. Those doctors involved in complex treatment planning will find this text not only educational, but an excellent reference for years to come.
Louis Graham
This book gives the reader a thorough knowledge of the concepts of tissue engineering, the biology involved, and clinical applications. The purpose is to provide a comprehensive review of the background science and clinical applications of tissue engineering as it exists today. These objectives are indeed important because the book truly shows how much the field has progressed in these areas. The editors' objectives are definitely met. I feel this book targets clinicians (specialists) whose areas of expertise involve the breakthrough of tissue engineering. The editors also believe the book appeals to those involved in research in this area and that it gives them a better understanding of clinical applications and advancements. The text is supported by 40 credible contributors and edited by leaders in the field. This book is an excellent review of the subject matter and the biology involved. It places strong emphasis on the numerous clinical areas that tissue engineering impacts. This area is so ""hot"" currently that each chapter is as intriguing as the next. It is difficult to single out a ""best"" chapter or area because each is written with such excellence. This marvelous text allows the reader to understand concepts and their current clinical implications and potential other courses. As the dental field integrates the above concepts, it will offer our patients new avenues for successful treatment. Those doctors involved in complex treatment planning will find this text not only educational, but an excellent reference for years to come.
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Explains basic principles and science of tissue engineering and provides real-life clinical examples of how growth factors, bone morphogenetic proteins, and a new generation of osteoconductive matrices and biological systems are being used to enhance regeneration and repair. Material is organized in sections on principles of tissue engineering, bone regeneration, soft tissue regeneration, and periodontal regeneration. Chapters offer step-by-step techniques and discussions, illustrated with color photos. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780867153460
  • Publisher: Quintessence
  • Publication date: 1/1/1999
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 297

Table of Contents

Preface
Contributors
Introduction
Pt. I Principles of Tissue Engineering
1 Basic Principles of Tissue Engineering 3
2 Biology of Bone Healing: Its Impact on Clinical Therapy 17
3 Wound Healing and Regeneration in a Fetal Cleft Lip Model 55
Pt. II Bone Regeneration
4 Platelet-Rich Plasma: A Source of Multiple Autologous Growth Factors for Bone Grafts 71
5 Grafting Materials in Repair and Restoration 83
6 Biology and Clinical Applications of rhBMP-2 103
7 Studies of the Surgical Application of Osteoconductive and Osteoinductive Materials 125
8 Distraction Osteogenesis: History and Biologic Basis of New Bone Formation 131
9 Distraction Osteogenesis in Maxillofacial Surgery 147
10 Preclinical Considerations for Use of OP-1 in Periodontal Regeneration and Osseous Reconstruction 161
Pt. III Soft Tissue Regeneration
11 Regeneration of the Pulp-Dentin Complex 185
12 Peripheral Nerve Regeneration 201
13 Cutaneous Wound Repair and Gene Transfer 217
Pt. IV Periodontal Regeneration
14 Periodontal Tissue Regeneration by Polypeptide Growth Factors and Gene Transfer 231
15 Periodontal Regeneration and Localized Osseous Regeneration in the Oral Cavity 245
16 Freeze-dried Bone Allografts in Periodontics 259
17 Application of rhBMP-2 to Alveolar and Periodontal Defects 269
Index 287
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