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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : MWF / modified Widman flap

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Long Form:   modified Widman flap
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2016 Effect of Modified Widman Flap Surgery on Maximum Molar Bite Force: A Clinical Trial. MBF
2015 Long-Term Effect of Four Surgical Periodontal Therapies and One Non-Surgical Therapy: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. CAL, OS, PD, SRP
2015 The clinical efficacy of laser assisted modified Widman flap: A randomized split mouth clinical trial. CAL, DL, PBI, PD, PI
2014 Evaluation of postsurgical clinical outcomes with/without removal of pocket epithelium: A split mouth randomized trial. CMF
2013 Immunological and microbiological findings after the application of two periodontal surgical techniques: a randomized, controlled clinical trial. APF
2013 The effect of an 810-nm diode laser on postoperative pain and tissue response after modified Widman flap surgery: a pilot study in humans. PM, PS, TC, TE
2012 Local application of hyaluronan gel in conjunction with periodontal surgery: a randomized controlled trial. BOP, CAL, GR, PD, PI
2007 Pain experienced by patients undergoing different periodontal therapies. GV, SRP, VAS
2006 Primary flap closure combined with Emdogain alone or Emdogain and Cerasorb in the treatment of intra-bony defects. EMD, PAL, PI, PPD, REC
10  2003 [Clinical comparison between guided tissue regeneration and induced tissue regeneration]. EMD, GTR
11  1997 Enamel matrix derivative (EMDOGAIN) in the treatment of intrabony periodontal defects. ---
12  1997 Healing of intrabony defects and its relationship to root canal therapy. A histologic and histometric study in dogs. BF, CF, CTR, SRP, TDL
13  1992 Gingivectomy versus flap surgery: the effect of the treatment of infrabony defects. A clinical and radiographic study. GV