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3D Bond surgical protocol for socket grafting with buccal plate deficiency
Posted on 04.23.2018 04:55 AM By dr Amos yahav In Bone Grafting
This video describes the entire protocol when 3D Bond bone cements is used for socket grafting with buccal plate deficiency.
3D Bond is a pure biphasic calcium sulfate which has the ability to transform completely and simultaneously into the patient own bone, as such it is a short-term space maintainer, therefore, it can be used only for socket grafting from first central to the second premolar, or molars with existing septum .the outcome is 100% of regeneration.
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Paolino Di Giorgi says on 05.01.2018 02:56 AM
E'sempre opportuno non usare una membrana? Perchè?