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rBMPII,Infuse by Medtronic's - Courtesy ROOTS

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From: William Cohen
To: ankylos@rxdentistry.com
Sent: Wednesday, May 05, 2010 12:11 AM
Subject: rBMPII "Infuse"by Medtronic's

I have had the opportunity to use rBMP and I must say since I have 5 cases entering month 5 and 6 that my initial
thoughts are INCREDIBLE.

I have seen bone growth that I did not think was possible.  Whole buccal plate wiped outs and 5 months later it is
re-established.  Very expensive--but worth the price in my opionion. You have a lot of swelling due to its imunologic
response, but only for 4 days. I am showing a case of a 86 year old female I placed BMP (Infuse) in site #8
five months ago.    - Bill Cohen

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