Clinical and patient outcomes following use of hyaluronic acid gel to treat interdental papilla loss

Interdental papilla loss: treatment by hyaluronic acid gel injection: a case series.

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This case series study was published in 2016 in Journal of J Contemp Dent Pract. (IF 2010:3.15) by Saudi Arabia and American specialists. The purpose of this prospective clinical trial was to examine the clinical and patient outcomes following esthetic reconstruction of interdental papilla loss in anterior teeth, using an injectable, non-animal-based, hyaluronic acid gel. Ten systemically healthy adults, with at least one anterior site with class I or II interdental papilla loss, were recruited. Following local anesthesia, ∼0.2 ml of hyaluronic acid gel was injected directly into the base of the papilla.



Use of hyaluronic acid gel to treat interdental papilla loss resulted in significant improvement at 6 months. Patients expressed satisfaction with the obtained improvement and dissatisfaction with the associated procedure discomfort.

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