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Figure 2: The clinical photographs of male patient with 44-year-old represent Gp I and Gp II showing: (a) Preoperative view of lower left first molar with furcation involvement detected by Nabers probe. (b) Preoperative view of lower left second molar with furcation involvement detected by Nabers probe. (c) Decumentation of Grade II furcation involvement. (d) Grafting of the furcation area of the fi rst molar with bony glass (Gp I) and the second molar with autogenous bone (Gp II) harvested from the maxillary tuberosity. (e) Suturing of the mucoperiostael flaps for both donor and recipient sites. (f) 6-month postoperative view of the grafted side showing healthy gingiva with complete closure of the previously exposed furcation areas

Figure 2: The clinical photographs of male patient with 44-year-old represent Gp I and Gp II showing: (a) Preoperative view of lower left first molar with furcation involvement detected by Nabers probe. (b) Preoperative view of lower left second molar with furcation involvement detected by Nabers probe. (c) Decumentation of Grade II furcation involvement. (d) Grafting of the furcation area of the fi rst molar with bony glass (Gp I) and the second molar with autogenous bone (Gp II) harvested from the maxillary tuberosity. (e) Suturing of the mucoperiostael flaps for both donor and recipient sites. (f) 6-month postoperative view of the grafted side showing healthy gingiva with complete closure of the previously exposed furcation areas