Brief Case Report: Alveolar Dehiscence in a 20 Year Old Male Patient
The two main alveolar defects are: dehiscence and fenestration, which are quite commonly observed and this brief case report describes Alveolar Dehiscence in a 20 Year Old Male Patient and its subsequent treatment.
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