Abstract| Volume 44, SUPPLEMENT 1, e188, October 2015

The effects of topically applied l-carnitine and hyaluronic acid on mucosal wounds: a preliminary study

      Background: Accelerating wound healing after surgery is beneficial for in oral tissues. Antioxidants are considered to prevent, limit, or repair oxidative damage. Application of antioxidants may promote surgical wound healing.
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