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Bone Grafting of Previously Used Symphysial Donor Sites for Onlay of Newly Formed Bone and Reharvesting Potential Symphysis Revisited:Clinical and Histologic Evaluation Bone Grafting of Previously Used Symphysial Donor Sites for Onlay of Newly Formed Bone and Reharvesting Potential Symphysis Revisited:Clinical and Histologic Evaluation

Author(s):

Devorah Schwartz-Arad, DMD, PhD;Liran Levin

Date Added:

6/9/2010


Summary:

Remodeling of a symphysial donor area enable reuse of the site for additional harvesting. Intraoral bone sources could serve as a long-lasting renewable source of high-quality bone.

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