Abstract

Review Article

The benefits of biochemical bone markers

Sek Aksaranugraha*

Published: 04 May, 2020 | Volume 3 - Issue 1 | Pages: 027-031

Clinical benefits

1. To improve efficiency in Osteoporosis treatment

2. To adjust the dosage of medication for osteoporosis with BMK

3. To adjust bone life cycle as needed

4. To prevent bone necrosis which dentists have been worried.

5. To reduce cost of treatment 

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