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Figure 1: Diagrams of approaches for peri-implant periodontium reconstruction. (a) Use electrospinning technology to make polylactic-coglycolic acid (PLGA) three-dimensional (3-D) degradable scaffold. (b) Coat dental implant with this scaffold. (c) Culture dental follicle (DF) cells in vitro. (d) Transfer DF cells into the implant socket. (e) Implant coated implant. (f) Several months later, peri-implant periodontal tissue will be observed. (g) The ideal peri-implant periodontium tissue we hope to form: 1. Bone, 2. well-ordered periodontal ligament (PDL) fiber, 3. cement, and 4. nerve fiber

Figure 1: Diagrams of approaches for peri-implant periodontium reconstruction. (a) Use electrospinning technology to make polylactic-coglycolic acid (PLGA) three-dimensional (3-D) degradable scaffold. (b) Coat dental implant with this scaffold. (c) Culture dental follicle (DF) cells in vitro. (d) Transfer DF cells into the implant socket. (e) Implant coated implant. (f) Several months later, peri-implant periodontal tissue will be observed. (g) The ideal peri-implant periodontium tissue we hope to form: 1. Bone, 2. well-ordered periodontal ligament (PDL) fiber, 3. cement, and 4. nerve fiber