Pubblicazione consultabili del Prof. Massimo De Sanctis



  • A Novel Approach to Minimizing Gingival Recession in the Treatment of Vertical Bony Defects rtical Bony Defect .
  • Patient morbidity and root coverage outcome after subepithelial connective tissue and de-epithelialized grafts: a comparative randomized- controlled clinical trial.
  • Coronally Advanced Flap Associated with a Connective Tissue Graft for the Treatment of Multiple Recession Defects in Mandibular Posterior Teeth.
  • Clinical and Anatomical Factors Limiting Treatment Outcomes of Gingival Recession: A New Method to Predetermine the Line of Root Coverage.
  • Coronally advanced ?ap: a modi?ed surgical approach for isolated recession-type defects.
  • Deproteinized bovine bone in periodontal and implant surgery.
  • Interleukin-1 Gene Polymorphisms and Long-Term Stability Following Guided Tissue Regeneration Therapy.
  • Bacterial colonization of barrier material and periodontal re generation.
  • Bilaminar techniques for the treatment of recession-type defects. A comparative clinical study.
  • The Coronally Advanced Flap for the Treatment of Multiple Recession Defects: A Modi?ed Surgical Approach for the Upper Anterior Teeth.
  • Treatment of multiple recession-Type Defects in Patients with Estethic Demands.
  • Enamel Mtrix Proteins and Guided Tissue Regeneration with Titanium-Reinforced Expanded Polytetrafluorothylene membranes in the Treatment of Infrabony Defects: A Comparative Controlled Clinical Trial.
  • Enamel Matrix Poteins and Bovine Porous Bone Mineral in The Treatment of Intrabony Defects: A Comparative Controlled Clinical Trial.
  • Coronally Advanced Flap With and Without Vertical Releasing Incisions for the Treatment of Multiple Gingival Recessions: A Comparative Controlled Randomized Clinical Trial.
  • Long-Term Outcome Following Treatment of Multiple Miller Class I e II Recession Defects in Esthetic Areas of the Mouth.
  • The papilla Amplification Flap: A Surgical Approach to Narrow Interproximal Spaces in Regenerative Procedures.