Placement of autogeneic bone chips or bovine bone mineral in guided bone augmentation: a rabbit skull study.

@article{Slotte2003PlacementOA,
  title={Placement of autogeneic bone chips or bovine bone mineral in guided bone augmentation: a rabbit skull study.},
  author={Christer Slotte and Dan Lundgren and Patricia Miranda Burgos},
  journal={The International journal of oral & maxillofacial implants},
  year={2003},
  volume={18 6},
  pages={795-806}
}
PURPOSE Our primary aim was to use a rabbit guided bone augmentation model to evaluate whether use of autogeneic bone grafts or bovine bone mineral (BBM) combined with a space-making barrier enhances bone augmentation compared with a barrier alone. MATERIALS AND METHODS Sixteen rabbits were studied. In each rabbit, 2 titanium cylinders, each with 1 titanium lid, were placed subcutaneously in perforated slits made in the cortical bones, with their open ends facing the parietal bones. One… CONTINUE READING

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