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Figure 4: The clinical photographs of left side the same patient in Figure 3 represent Gp II showing: (a) Exposure of the donor site from an old extracted site of the upper left second molar. (b) Surgical exposure of the furcation with proper scaling and root planing. (d) Grafting the furcation defect with autogenous bone (Gp II). (c) Suturing of the upper and lower flaps. (d) 6-month postoperative view of the grafted side showing healthy gingiva with complete closure of the previously exposed furcation areas

Figure 4: The clinical photographs of left side the same patient in Figure 3 represent Gp II showing: (a) Exposure of the donor site from an old extracted site of the upper left second molar. (b) Surgical exposure of the furcation with proper scaling and root planing. (d) Grafting the furcation defect with autogenous bone (Gp II). (c) Suturing of the upper and lower flaps. (d) 6-month postoperative view of the grafted side showing healthy gingiva with complete closure of the previously
exposed furcation areas