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Dr. Ronald Achong
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Bone Graft (Overview)

Bonegrafts can be divided into autograft (bone from self), allograft (cadaver bone), xenograft (bone from another species) and alloplast (synthetic). Bonegrafting is a surgical procedure to replace missing or deficient bone.


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What is a bone graft?

What is a bone graft?

Increasing bone: In dentistry it is most commonly done by adding powdered or solid bone substitute to a deficient area and covering it for 4-6 mo. The body responds by healing the area into new solid bone. This procedure is done at sites in the mouth where there is not enough bone and there is a need for more bone to support a dental implant. ...Read more

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Dr. Ronald Achong
423 doctors shared insights

Bone Graft (Overview)

Bonegrafts can be divided into autograft (bone from self), allograft (cadaver bone), xenograft (bone from another species) and alloplast (synthetic). Bonegrafting is a surgical procedure to replace missing or deficient bone.


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What can help bone graft grow faster?

What can help bone graft grow faster?

Palliative: Keep the graft area clean to prevent any kind of infection. Immobilization to avoid any micromovement. Vitamine c and balance meal to help in healing. Follow up with your care provider. ...Read more

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Managing Bone Spurs (Checklist)

Wear comfortable shoes
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Use heel cushions
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Ask your podiatrist if you'd benefit from prescription orthotics
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Ask your podiatrist about steroid injections
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Could a bone graft have partial failure?

Could a bone graft have partial failure?

Yes, very much so.: Failure of the graft to fully incorporate is well known. Follow your orthopod's advice. Good luck and happy holidays. ...Read more

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How long does it take for a bone graft to grow?

How long does it take for a bone graft to grow?

4 weeks to 4 months: Bone graft material will act as a catalyst to begin bone growth via osteoconduction, osteoinduction, or osteogenesis. In osteoconduction, the grat acts as a scaffold, as blood vessel via neovascular genesis will bring in the bone cell, proliferate, differentiate, and mature. In osteoinduction, it will induce the bone to form and mature similarly. Osteogenesis only occurs with autogenous graft. ...Read more

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Recovering from a Broken Bone (Checklist)

Exercise and stretch to improve range of motion, strength, endurance
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Avoid repeat injury or irritating soft tissues before they are ready
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Follow up with your doctor as scheduled. Don't miss appointments.
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What happens if part of your bone graft falls out?

What happens if part of your bone graft falls out?

Not good news !: Depends on which type of bone graft procedure is done for you. If a socket preservation graft is done after an extraction, although it should've been secured properly under membrane or similar containment measures, still loss of some extra particles of bone can happen which is not a big deal, but if you have had a block bone graft, or guided bone regeneration, then see your surgeon. ...Read more

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How fast does the bone grow back after a bone graft?

Depends: There are various types of bone grafts in different areas of the mouth and different sizes. Usually small bone grafts can take 3 months to heal but larger bone grafts can take 6-9 months to heal. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: bone graft?

See below: Bonegrafts can be divided into autograft (bone from self), allograft (cadaver bone), xenograft (bone from another species) and alloplast (synthetic). Bonegrafting is a surgical procedure to replace missing or deficient bone. ...Read more

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Bone (Definition)

Bone is a living growing tissue made mostly of collagen (protein that provides soft framework) & the mineral calcium phosphate that adds strength & hardens the framework. Two types of bone are found in the body; cortical (dense compact outer layer) & trabecular (makes up inner layer, ...Read more


Graft (Definition)

Tissues from one location are transferred to another . Also refers to ...Read more