Extraction site preservation using new graft material that combines mineralized and demineralized allograft bone: a case series report with histology.

@article{Holtzclaw2014ExtractionSP,
  title={Extraction site preservation using new graft material that combines mineralized and demineralized allograft bone: a case series report with histology.},
  author={Dan J Holtzclaw},
  journal={Compendium of continuing education in dentistry},
  year={2014},
  volume={35 2},
  pages={
          107-12; quiz 112
        }
}
  • Dan J Holtzclaw
  • Published in Compendium of continuing education in dentistry 2014
This retrospective case series reports on the use of a new allograft bone product composed of a 70 to 30 ratio of mineralized to demineralized cortical bone particles to preserve the alveolar ridge dimensions of patients requiring tooth extraction with plans for future dental implant placement. Ten patients received atraumatic tooth extractions with subsequent placement of the blended bone allograft. All sites were covered with a single layer of amnion-chorion, which was intentionally left… CONTINUE READING

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