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ENGELKE, W.; FUENTES, R.; DECCO, O.; PRIETO, R.; WILCKENS, M. & BORIE, E. Bone augmentation with occlusive barriers and cortical particulate allograft in transverse maxillary defects: a pilot study. Int. J. Morphol., 32(1):364-368, 2014. SUMMARY: The centripetal resorption of maxilla is a continuous process after tooth loss. For treatment of deficient bone sites, autologous bone grafts may be used, as an alternative, biomaterials can be applied which do not require intra or extraoral donordoi:10.4067/s0717-95022014000100057 fatcat:mc7thrtiargahn5njyvsn3ovxu