The first descriptions of bone morphogenetic protein in the dental literature appeared more than a decade ago, yet there is no commercially viable application for this product. Comment on the likelihood that this material will become available to the general dental community and describe those situations in which you see it providing additional benefits to the currently available treatment

Robert E. Marx, William V. Giannobile, Sreenivas Koka, Peter K. Moy

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