Bioglass and calcium phosphate have been studied at length because of their properties and potential properties as a bone grafting material. In literature it has been studied in the laboratories and animal studies. It has been used in orthopaedics and now has found its way into dentistry. It can be used in periodontology as a alloplastic bone grafting material and have more promising results as studies continue.
Ashar Nizamuddin Jamelle
Dr Ashar Jamelle is currently assistant professor head of department periodontology, Fatima Jinnah Dental College Karachi, Pakistan. He has done his masters in clinical periodontology from Queen Mary University London. He has international and national publications and presentations. He is also an Aga Khan operative dentistry postgraduate alumni.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Dentististry, bone grafting material, alloplastic, Periodontology
MEDICAL / Dentistry / General