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Case series of maxillary sinus augmentation with biphasic calcium phosphate: a clinical and radiographic study

By Jae-Kook Cha, Jung-Chul Park, Ui-Won Jung, Chang-Sung Kim, Kyoo-Sung Cho and Seong-Ho Choi
Topics: Case Report
Publisher: Korean Academy of Periodontology
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