11| Volume 50, SUPPLEMENT 1, S5, June 2012

Success in alveolar bone grafts: adults vs children

      Introduction: The alveolar bone graft (ABG) is a landmark procedure in the overall cleft care pathway. Although this procedure is predominantly undertaken between the ages of nine and eleven, adult alveolar bone grafts are also performed to close oronasal fistulae and provide sufficient alveolar bone for definitive dental rehabilitation.
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