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Nihon Hotetsu Shika Gakkai Zasshi
Bioactive glass has been known as a material which can directly bind to bone, and the application of it to the field of dental implants has been attempted. However, few investigations on the progress of bone formation around the bioactive glass in the jaw bone have been reported. The purposes of this study were to examine the bone formation around bioactive glass, and to study the influences of the jaw bone condition on bone formation. Conditions of the jaw bone were determined according to thedoi:10.2186/jjps.36.669 fatcat:dxssd3m5pvdm3l72x2hbsba5yq