Severe Bone Resorption: Block Bone Graft Opinions?

Last Updated August 09, 2012

I have patient who I have treatment planned for multiple implants in his mandibular anterior sextant. He has severe bone resorption and requires augmentation of both bone volume and bone height.  In my opinion, this can only be  accomplished through a block bone graft.  What material do you recommend and could I use a cadaver bone graft?  Would it be better to harvest from the hip or ramus?  How long after the block graft should I wait to install the implants?  How can I increase the chance of success with the block graft? Thanks.


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