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Clinical appearance of severe mandibular resorption

Clinical appearance of severe mandibular resorption

Clinical appearance of severe mandibular resorption Aetiology and pathology: Bone resorption occurs in the mandible at a faster rate than the maxilla and therefore the presentation of a severely atrophic mandible in a patient who has been edentulous for a considerable period is not uncommon. The aetiological factors for this process have been outlined previously. […]

October 6, 2011 | By | Reply More
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