alveoloplasty


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alveoloplasty

[al′vē·ə‚lō‚plas·tē]
(medicine)
Surgical shaping of the alveolar ridges in preparation for dentures or after the removal of several teeth.
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A) Extractions of all teeth were done quadrant wise along with alveoloplasty except # 33 and #43 and primary closure achieved with horizontal interrupted sutures (3.0 vicryl).
Compound procedures including extractions of up to three teeth with minor alveoloplasty procedure as well.
(i) Alveoloplasty to eliminate the knife-edge coronal portion of the anterior mandibular ridge
A combination of BMMSCs and platelet-derived growth factors demonstrated 51% new bone in secondary alveoloplasty in cleft patients [6].
Individuals of both genders who were in the stage of mixed dentition before or after eruption of the permanent canines, patients who underwent primary surgeries (cheiloplasty and palatoplasty), patients submitted to alveoloplasty and autogenous bone graft, and patients with standardized radiographs with satisfactory image quality were included in the sample.
and hypoxic, with minimal ability to withstand trauma (e.g., dental extraction, alveoloplasty) or to be repaired [81-83].
(6) Iatrogenic traumatic pseudoaneurysms have been reported following alveoloplasty, (7) temporomandibular joint arthoscopy, (8) placement of a bone screw via a trans buccal approach, (9) placement of an external ventricular drain, (10) and even punch hair grafting.