An oxidized implant surface may improve bone-to-implant contact in pristine bone and bone defects treated with guided bone regeneration: an experimental study in dogs.
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Journal of periodontology
- Publication Date
Jul 01, 2008
The oxidized implant surface promoted a higher level of BIC than the turned implant surface at pristine and regenerated bone.
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