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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Mandibular ridge height (upto alveolar ridge crest a2) was taken by calculating the space from the inferior border of the mandible to alveolar ridge crest.
Geistlich Bio-Gide Shape is indicated for the augmentation around implants placed in immediate or delayed extraction sockets; localized ridge augmentation for later implantation; alveolar ridge reconstruction for prosthetic treatment; filling of bone defects after root resection; cystectomy and removal of retained teeth and guided bone regeneration in dehiscence defects.
Modified roll technique for localized alveolar ridge augmentation.
A parallel longitudinal line to the midsagittal plane from (A) the superior border of infraorbital foramen (IOF) to the maxillary alveolar ridge and (B) from the superior border of the IOF to the infraorbital margin (IOM).
The upper and lower alveolar ridges were underdeveloped, and the buccal mucosa was found pale and sharply dry.
Owing to the fact that bone imperfections [72] that ensue after tooth loss can result in further bone loss which limits the success of dental implants and prosthodontic therapies, the rehabilitation of alveolar ridge height is prosthodontists' principal interest.
This decrease is not only the result of alveolar bone resorption caused by OTM but also the result of the reduction in the alveolar ridge height when the tooth moved forward.
A granulomatous ulcer with hemorrhagic dots and moriform aspect was observed in the posterior mandibular alveolar ridge and in the right jugal mucosa (Figure 1).
She was noted to have a 1.5 cm pedunculated soft tissue mass with adjacent secondary 8 mm mass on the oral mucosa along the mandibular alveolar ridge (Figure 1).
Kole, "Surgical operations on the alveolar ridge to correct occlusal abnormalities," Oral Surgery, Oral Medicine, and Oral Pathology, vol.
All patients had diagnosis of dental loss with alveolar ridge atrophy associated with maxillary sinus pneumatization.
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].[sup][4] The interalveolar medial foramen is defined when the foramen is located between the central and lateral incisors, whereas the interalveolar lateral foramen is between the lateral incisors and the canines.