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Synonyms for alveolar

a consonant articulated with the tip of the tongue near the gum ridge

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As from the results of the present study, alveolar ridge augmentation and Strontium Renalate following immediate implant placement have shown to provide good primary and secondary stability (Benic et al., 2016).
In the clinic, the main approach to the treatment was the material-based reconstruction without major surgical procedures; nonetheless, the clinical concept was expanded, including stem cell-based regeneration, as a consequence of the emerging stem cell technologies and the requirements of alveolar ridge augmentation associated with implant dentistry [73].
Modified roll technique for localized alveolar ridge augmentation. Int J Periodontics Restorative Dent.
Cordaro, "Clinical results of alveolar ridge augmentation with mandibular block bone grafts in partially edentulous patients prior to implant placement," Clinical Oral Implants Research, vol.
Alveolar ridge augmentation procedures are frequently used to increase ridge height and width prior to dental implant placement.
Graf, "Lateral alveolar ridge augmentation using a synthetic nano-crystalline hydroxyapatite bone substitution material (Ostim).
Alveolar ridge augmentation by distraction osteogenesis.
Chin and Toth [2] were the first to report clinical usage of distraction osteogenesis for alveolar ridge augmentation. Achievement of stable, functional rehabilitation of combined osseous and soft tissue deformities represents a major achievement in reconstruction surgery.
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).
Recombinant human platelet-derived growth factor (rhPDGF) is now used widely in bone and periodontal regeneration and treatment of gingival recession, as is recombinant human bone morphogenic protein 2 (rhBMP-2) in sinus floor reconstruction and alveolar ridge augmentation associated with extraction sockets.