Vertical Bone Augmentation of the Posterior Mandible with Simultaneous Implant Placement Utilizing Atelo-Collagen-Derived Bone Grafts and Membranes

  title={Vertical Bone Augmentation of the Posterior Mandible with Simultaneous Implant Placement Utilizing Atelo-Collagen-Derived Bone Grafts and Membranes},
  author={Ferdin and o D'Avenia and Richard J. Miron},
Vertical bone augmentation of the posterior mandible followed by delayed implant placement and restoration remains a clinical challenge in dentistry. Commonly, a 2- stage approach is performed where first, a grafting procedure is performed with a typical xenograft/autograft mixture and an expected healing period of 9 months. Only thereafter can implant placement and restoration accomplished with a total treatment time upwards of 1-1.5 years. In the present case report, a novel approach that… 



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  • Neal Patel
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    Journal of the American Dental Association
  • 2010
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