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A Novel Drilling Procedure and Subsequent Bone Autograft Preparation A Novel Drilling Procedure and Subsequent Bone Autograft Preparation

Author(s):

Eduardo Anitua, MD, DDS, PhD;Carmen Carda, MD, Isabel Andia, PhD

Date Added:

4/6/2009


Summary:

A successful implant treatment protocol has evolved as a consequence of the introduction of new concepts into surgical practice. It is well know that success in implant dentistry depends on several parameters that might be improved considering both biologic and mechanical criteria. When surgical techniques are undertaken with careful attention to detail, the invasiveness of the procedure can be limited to the area where bone regeneration is needed.

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