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What is Bone Graft?
Bone grafting is a surgical procedure that involves the placement of a bone graft into a defect to replace lost bone. Implanted bone graft aids in generation of new bone.

Types of Bone Graft

  • Autograft: Bone taken from our own body.
  • Allograft: Bone taken from another person (cadaver) or bone donated during hip replacement surgery.
  • Xenograft: Bone taken from an animal (bovine).
  • Synthetic Bone Graft: prepared chemically e.g. ceramic, polymer, calcium sulfate.
  • Growth factor: are natural proteins found in our bodies that stimulate growth of certain tissues e.g. Bone morphogenetic protein.
 
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