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the amount by which something increases

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the statement of a theme in notes of greater duration (usually twice the length of the original)

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the act of augmenting

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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.
Ridge augmentation in the case under discussion was not having intact walls.
The morphology of a bony defect is an important consideration in the selection of a method for ridge augmentation.
Horizontal ridge augmentation using autogenous block grafts and the guided bone regeneration technique with collagen membranes: a clinical study with 42 patients.
Ridge augmentation procedure was done by harvesting connective tissue graft from palate (fig.
Changes in alveolar bone height and width following ridge augmentation using bone graft and membranes.
Changes in alveolar bone height and width following post-extraction ridge augmentation using a fixed bioabsorbable membrane and demineralized freeze-dried bone osteoconductive graft.
Despite these properties, our previous studies still reported that alveolar ridge augmentation and 3-wall periodontal bone defect reconstructed by using CPC, without using a barrier membrane, were replaced by natural bone within 6 months after surgery (10), (14).
Xu said that such a product could also be used in periodontal bone repair, mandibular and maxillary ridge augmentation, reconstruction of frontal sinus and craniofacial skeletal defects, and other stress-bearing orthopedic applications.
Four clinical cases walk through the basic surgical protocols for horizontal ridge and vertical ridge augmentation, reconstruction of bone loss through the sinus cavity, and ultrasonic-assisted atraumatic tooth extraction.
Clinical results of alveolar ridge augmentation with mandibular block bone grafts in partially edentulous patients prior to implant placement.
Surgical options have varied from ridge augmentation with alloplasts to reconstruction with autologenous bone.
vertical ridge augmentation, regrowing bone following tumor resection, and regenerating bone lost at sites of osteolysis or bone degeneration).
In 2016, ridge augmentation procedures are leading the dental bone graft market; this segment is expected to hold the largest share of 26.
It is planned for extraction sockets, grafting for implant placement, ridge augmentation, and sinus augmentation.