Volume 20 No 22 (2022)
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Comparison of effect of ozone oil and noneugenol periodontal dressing on tissue response, wound healing, and pain following periodontal crown lengthening surgery – A clinical study
Dr Saurabh Subhash Patil , Dr. Samruddhi Manohar Patil , Dr. Purushottam Rakhewar , Dr. Lisa Chacko , Dr. Vaishali Lihe , Dr. Kedar Kulkarni
Aim: To compare effect of ozone oil and non-eugenol periodontal dressing in terms of tissue response, wound healing and pain after surgical crown lengthening procedure (CLP). Introduction: Using periodontal dressing following periodontal procedures for protection of surgical site from mechanical trauma has become questionable as complete healing can take place even without a dressing, provided surgical area is kept clean. Ozone has excellent antimicrobial property. It increases pO2 level of blood leading to increased synthesis of factors enhancing wound healing.
Ozone oil, Periodontal dressing, Crown lengthening, Wound healing, Pain
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