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Volume 2 , Issue 2
Summer 1987

Pages 85-89


The use of particulate and block forms of hydroxylapatite for local alveolar augmentation

Brook/Lamb


PMID: 2830187

When replacement of a missing tooth or teeth is being planned, excessive resorption of alveolar bone may complicate the clinical problem. A simple, esthetic, fixed restoration can often be more easily made after local augmentation of the defect with hydroxylapatite via a palatally extended flap.


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