Distraction Osteogenesis

Distraction Osteogenesis

Distraction Osteogenesis is based on the law of distraction neohistogenesis which is ” when tissue is fixed with a stable device subjected to planar distraction forces after an atraumatic corticotomy, new tissue formation occurs in the presence of intact vascularity and maintained function. New tissue formation: Not only new bone between osteotomized bony cut ends […]

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