Bone grafting

A bone graft is a piece of bone that is put into place next to or onto your bone to support or repair your bone.

Bone grafts can help broken bones heal faster, as they provide something for the new bone cells to grow on and new bone cells.

Bone grafts may be taken from your own body or may be donor bones, depending on the reason you need the bone graft and the type of surgery you are having.

Physicians who perform bone grafting

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