FAQ

Question:

What is the material used for bone grafting?

Answer:

The material used for bone grafting can be either natural or synthetic bone material. In the first case, bone is either harvested from the patient's own body or obtained from a bone bank. Alternatively, synthetic bone material is often made of hydroxyapatite or other biocompatible substances.

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