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CASE REPORT Autogenous Transplantation of a Third Molar Using a Two-Stage Technique

VOLUME 48 : NUMBER 02 : PAGES (107-112) 2014

ANA CLARA MARIA MALTA GRACIO, DDS

ANA AMELIA BARBIERI, MSc, PHD

KARINA CROZARIOL DA SILVA, DDS

FABIO PINTO GUEDES, MSc

LEOPOLDINO CAPELOZZA FILHO, PHD

MAURICIO DE ALMEIDA CARDOSO, PHD

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Autogenous dental transplantation involves there implantation of an extracted tooth in another alveolus of the same patient. Often used to replace missing teeth in young patients, autotransplantation maybe a clinical option in cases involving anodontia, root resorption, localized juvenile periodontitis, tooth development abnormalities associated with syndromes, extensive decay, periapical complications, coronal radicular fractures, orthodontic problems, or impacted...

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