3 Posterior Dental Implants with Bone Block Graft Transplant

Case ID: 3809

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Case Details

The bone of the alveolar ridge is too thin to place 3 dental implants in the proper and ideal anatomical location of the lower jaw. By not being placed at the correct location there will be harmful offset loads (stress factors) resulting in biomechanical overloading to the prosthesis and implant leading to the eventual failure of the implant prosthesis itself. Therefore, an autogenous bone block graft is harvested from the patient’s own jaw and added to the designated areas to widen the ridge to provide 1.5 to 2 mm of bone circumferentially (all 360 degrees) around the implants. This criteria must be met in order to ensure for the overall success and longevity of the dental implants.

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