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Alveolar bone defect regeneration after bilateral periapical cyst removal with and without use of platelet rich fibrin: A case report
Introduction. Periapical inflammatory lesions are local bone responses around the apex of a tooth that occur after necrosis of the pulp tissue. The ultimate goal of reconstructive surgical techniques in the treatment of the intra-bone defects is a regeneration of lost bone tissue. The aim of this report was to evaluate clinical and radiographic outcome following the removal of two big, periapical lesions, approximately of the same size, located around maxillary lateral incisors, in the samedoi:10.2298/vsp151221158v fatcat:frelalwpirazjbshhdemqx3uxu