alveolar ridge


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alveolar ridge

[al¦vē·ə·lər ′rij]
(anatomy)
The bony remains of the alveolar process of the maxilla or mandible.
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The implants of Group A which were supported with the alveolar ridge augmentation procedure showed a higher mean ISQ value of 74.
The measurements were taken from the highest point of the alveolar ridge in the region selected to place the implants during the next phase to the point with evidence of radiopacity change in an apical direction inside the maxillary sinus (figures 1, 2, and 3).
On the lingual surfaces of the individual, dry mandibles, the interalveolar medial and lateral foramina were examined close to the crest of alveolar ridge [Figure 1].
Alveolar ridge resorption is the usual consequence of tooth loss.
10) Resonance for the [n] involves the nasal cavity open at both ends, and the oral cavity closed by the tongue at the alveolar ridge.
Buccal and palatal flap was reflected more than 5mm beyond the crest of the alveolar ridge.
Coronectomy or partial odontectomy is the elective decoronation of a tooth and removal of tooth structure below the level of crest of the alveolar ridge with the intention of allowing the tissue to heal over the remaining vital roots maintaining their vitality and desirably with formation of bone over the roots.
The thickness was measured in the alveolar ridge crest (T), buccal (B1-B4), and lingual (L1-L4) alveolar ridge mucosa.
In 12 chapters, dentistry specialists from Europe, the US, and Asia cover the fundamental principles of clinical research design, regulatory practice, ethics, protocol design, trial management, authorship for publications, endpoints, patient-reported outcomes, examiner calibration, and biostatistics; analytical methods (histology, imaging, biomarker assessment, and soft and hard tissue imaging); and clinical research protocols for oral, craniofacial, and dental tissue regeneration, including periodontal regeneration, alveolar ridge preservation, sinus floor augmentation, osseointegration, peri-implantitis, and soft tissue augmentation.
Post extraction preservation of the alveolar ridge allows to place an implant with suitable esthetic and functional criteria [4-8].
It caused an exophytic gingival mass with characteristic microscopic features of a peripheral ameloblastoma through perforation of cortical alveolar ridge.