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OraCELL Decullarized Dermis Allograft

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Ready To Use - Already Prehydrated. No Refrigeration - Store At Room Temperature. Excellent For GTR/GBR & Oral Soft Tissue Correction. Packaged Sterile For Increased Patient Safety. Retains Native Growth Factors, Collagen & Elastin.

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11/13/2013

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