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A procedure using osteotomes and bioactive glass as an alloplastic bone graft material is discussed, and three clinical cases are reviewed. Bioactive glass of a narrow size range (300-355 microns) has been shown to be osteoconductive and allows for good integration and regeneration of surrounding bony tissue. We have found this technique to be a predictable… (More)
Three cases of benign osteoblastoma occurring in the jaws are presented along with radiographic and microscopic material. Pain was a consistent symptom reported in each case. It appears that there is no predilection for occurrence in either the mandible or maxilla.
A delayed formation of a pseudoaneurysm of the internal carotid artery occurred secondary to a gunshot wound of the maxillofacial region. Its treatment concurrent with the treatment of a severely comminuted fracture of the mandible has been reported.