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Multitier Technique for Bone Augmentation Using Intraoral Autogenous Bone Blocks Multitier Technique for Bone Augmentation Using Intraoral Autogenous Bone Blocks

Author(s):

Devorah Schwartz-Arad, DMD, PhD;Liran Levin, DMD

Date Added:

6/11/2010


Summary:

Intraoral bone grafts area convenient and acceptable source of autogenous bone for alveolar reconstruction due to bone origin similarity and less morbidity. In large bone defects, 1 tier might be insufficient to achieve the desired bone shape. The purpose of this article was to describe a multitier technique for reconstruction of extensive bone deficiency,using only intra oral block bone grafts for implant site augmentation.

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