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Ridge Splitting Procedures

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2 Dental Implants in the Anterior Esthetic Zone

Case ID: 2486

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Due to many years of having missing teeth at the proposed dental implant site the bone has deteriorated. The is the direct result of the lack of internal stimulation within the bone which results in the loss of bone volume which disallows the placement of traditional sized implants in this region. In order to place …

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2 Dental Implants in the Anterior Esthetic Zone

Dental Implant in the Posterior Region

Case ID: 3087

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An insufficient width and thickness of bone at the alveolar ridge makes it impossible for the placement of a traditional sized dental implant. Therefore, a ridge splitting procedure is performed along with a ridge expansion for the localized implant site resulting in adequate stability and prolonged implant health as a result from the improved bone …

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Dental Implant in the Posterior Region

Dental Implant in the Anterior Esthetic Zone

Case ID: 3101

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The proposed implant site does not have adequate bone width or thickness for the placement of a traditional sized implant; therefore, a bone augmentation procedure must be performed. For this patient, a ridge splitting procedure is selected and performed at the very narrow space followed by the expansion of the bone at the localized single …

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Dental Implant in the Anterior Esthetic Zone

Dental Implant in the Posterior Region

Case ID: 3293

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A missing tooth for a prolonged period of time has lead to the deterioration of bone volume at the site resulting in an hourglass appearance at the crest of the ridge. Therefore, a ridge splitting procedure with expansion is performed to increase the width of the ridge to accommodate the desired dental implant size in …

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Dental Implant in the Posterior Region

Upper Full-Arch with Multiple Implants and Implant Bridge

Case ID: 3647

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This patient has been missing most of his upper teeth for many years now and as a result does not have an adequate amount of bone for dental implants to fulfill the criteria of a full-arch implant prosthesis. Therefore, bilateral sinus lifts or sinus elevations, ridge splitting procedures, and bone grafting procedures were all performed …

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Upper Full-Arch with Multiple Implants and Implant Bridge

Upper Full-Arch Screw-Retained (Non-Removable) Hybrid Oral Prosthesis

Case ID: 3762

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This particular patient has a severely resorbed alveolar ridge for the upper arch and therefore needs bone augmentation (additive) before any dental implants could be placed. First, the boney ridge is expanded by means of a long-span ridge splitting procedure (RSP) followed by the placement of the dental implants. Bone grafting material, allograft, is also …

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Upper Full-Arch Screw-Retained (Non-Removable) Hybrid Oral Prosthesis

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