Histological analysis of the effect of accelerated portland cement as a bone graft substitute on experimentally-created three-walled intrabony defects in dogs

Materials and methods Three-wall intra-bony periodontal defects were surgically created at
the mesial aspect of the first molar in both sides of mandible in six dogs. One side was
randomly filled with the material and other received a flap operation only. The animals were
euthanized eight weeks post-surgery when block sections of the defect sites were collected
and prepared for qualitative histological analysis. Results Compared to control group,
stimulation of growth of new bone tissue in the cavity con-taining APC was significantly…. full text