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Vertical Ridge Augmentation with Mandibular Ramus Block Bone for Implant Surgery

대한구강악안면임플란트학회지 2021년 25권 1호 p.22 ~ 36
지영덕,
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지영덕 ( Chee Young-Deok ) - Wonkwang University College of Dentistry Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

Abstract


Vertical alveolar bone loss can occur over a long period after tooth loss. When the amount of alveolar bone is insufficient, installing implants of appropriate length becomes difficult. To solve this problem, guided bone regeneration, ridge splitting, alveolar bone distraction osteogenesis, and autogenous onlay block bone graft are used. With these methods, the foundation for implantation is properly formed. The purpose of this study was to establish implants using autogenous block bone grafts taken from the same site in the vertically atrophied mandibular alveolar bone. Block bones were harvested from the same sites, and the surgical site was reduced to one place, which reduced post-operation complications leading to rapid healing. Compared to guided bone regeneration, the block bone graft is well maintained so that implant surgery can be performed adequately. It can be applied in various situations and cases because it is selected depending on the amount of bone required for grafting.

키워드

Autogenous block bone graft; Dental implant; Mandibular ramal bone graft; Vertical bone augmentation

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