The research team was also not able the find out if easing of social stress can reduce the risk of bone loss
Most of the bone loss
was found in specimen from experimental group C which was exposed to low frequency noise.
This natural bone loss
is the reason why osteoporosis is much more common in older people because the older we get the more bone we've lost.
The first method is to perform soft tissue repair only and the other is reconstruction of the glenoid cavity bone loss
Once again, bone loss
occurred throughout the body, most notably in the spine, and was greatest within the first two weeks of fracture.
It turned out that the women taking the probiotic supplement experienced half as much bone loss
during that year as did the women in the placebo group.
In the subcrestal placement of platform-switched implants, less bone loss
was observed (10).
The bone loss
in the surgical patients," Yu said, "occurred despite the fact that they were not losing any more weight in the second year after surgery and had stable blood levels of calcium and vitamin D."
 Fibular strut graft was harvested from same side of the leg and used in cases where bone loss
was more than 6 cm and above.
The company said a randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled study in 90 older women showed that supplementation of the probiotic strain Lactobacillus reuteri ATCC PTA 6475 decreased bone loss
, as compared to placebo.
'The long term consequences of this substantial bone loss
are unclear but it might put them at increased risk of fracture or breaking a bone,' said Elaine Yu, endocrinologist at Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston in the US.
(16) Periapical radiographs were used to measure bone loss
between the fixed reference points (17,18) in percentage of the entire root length rather than millimeter measurements (Figures 1 and 2).