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Can Oral Surgery Patients Avoid Jaw Damage?

Can Oral Surgery Patients Avoid Jaw Damage?

Reviewed By Ray Spotts

A new pre-clinical study – co-lead by UCLA researchers - could prevent patients treated for cancer or osteoporosis from experiencing jawbone damage as a result of oral surgery. Bisphosphonates are currently used to treat patients who have bone cancer or osteoporosis. These drugs bind to the skeleton and prevent a loss in bone density and remain bound to bones for months or even years after initial treatment.

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