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Protein may improve dental implant success

Posted by Z Dental Group - March 20th, 2011

Using a bone-creating protein to augment the maxillary sinus could improve dental implant success. That’s according to experts at Georgia Health Sciences University. Dental implants won’t work if the bone in which they are anchored is too thin – and bone thinning is a common cause and consequence following tooth loss. The current favoured solution […]

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In Future Dental Implant Success Could Be Assured By Bone-Creating Protein

Posted by Z Dental Group - March 9th, 2011

Using a bone-creating protein to augment the maxillary sinus could improve dental implant success, according to Georgia Health Sciences University researchers. Dental implants, screws that anchor permanent prosthetic teeth, won’t work if the bone in which they are anchored is too thin. Bone-thinning is a common cause and consequence following tooth loss. The current favored […]

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In Future Dental Implant Success Could Be Assured By Bone-Creating Protein

Posted by Z Dental Group - March 8th, 2011

Using a bone-creating protein to augment the maxillary sinus could improve dental implant success, according to Georgia Health Sciences University researchers. Dental implants, screws that anchor permanent prosthetic teeth, won’t work if the bone in which they are anchored is too thin. Bone-thinning is a common cause and consequence following tooth loss. The current favored […]

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Bone-Creating Protein Could Improve Dental Implant Success

Posted by Z Dental Group - March 5th, 2011

Using a bone-creating protein to augment the maxillary sinus could improve dental implant success, according to Georgia Health Sciences University researchers. Dental implants, screws that anchor permanent prosthetic teeth, won’t work if the bone in which they are anchored is too thin. Bone-thinning is a common cause and consequence following tooth loss. The current favored […]

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