Melbourne: Australian researchers are developing artificial bone to help replace missing teeth, a method which could reduce the pain involved in dental implant procedure. The four-year study, which has been granted a National Health and Medical Research Council Grant of over 66,000 dollar, is being undertaken by doctorate candidate and periodontist Jamil Alayan from Griffith University`s School of Dentistry and Oral Health.
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