A question for dentists

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Is this description recognizable: "a block of autologous osteoplastic material used in dentistry"? If so, what is it called?
I came across (in an unpublished work) a description (in another language) of a procedure which included the word , when transliterated, "autoblock", but since this does not seem to be an English word, I was told the description which appears in the summary. However, not being a dentist, I have not been able to find out what the proper word or expression (in English) is, or even if there is one.
 
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Super! Thanks, jedishrfu. A very helpful link (and the links inside the link are also useful.) And your answer then makes perfect sense.
 
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Remember slamming the door works better than the dentist your pulling teeth.

 

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Cheaper, too....
 

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