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Purpose: This paper is aimed to report the effects of Gamiguibitang on the Climacteric Syndrome. Methods: A patient who had been suffering from Climacteric symptoms was enrolled in this study. She received oriental treatment such as herbal medicine for 3 months. We gave her Gamiguibitang five times. During the treatments, we requested her to visit hospital twice a week. If she could not come to hospital, we called her to take follow-up. Results: After oriental medical treatments, several symptoms of Climacteric Syndrome were improved. Conclusion: This clinical case indicate that Gamiguibitang is effective in treatment of the Climacteric Syndrome. More clinical data and studies are requested for the treatment of Climacteric Syndrome Patient.
The significance of keratinized mucosa in implant maintenance is a controversial issue. As such, there is no consensus regarding the relationship between the width of keratinized mucosa and the health of peri-implant tissue. However, clinicians prefer to provide enough keratinized mucosa around implants for long-term implant maintenance and stabilization of the gingival margin position. The purpose of this case report is the clinical evaluation of an apically positioned flap with a porcine collagen matrix to provide keratinized mucosa and deepen the vestibule around implants during second stage implant surgery. In this case report, a clinically relevant amount of keratinized mucosa was achieved around implants and the vestibule was deepened. Thus, an apically positioned flap with a porcine collagen matrix is an available technique for providing keratinized mucosa and deepening the vestibule around implants during second stage implant surgery. This technique could be potentially used in routine autogenous or another graft procedures to provide keratinized mucosa around implants.