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Alveoloplasty

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CHEN JIANG

on 10 July 2015

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Transcript of Alveoloplasty

Alveoloplasty is the term to describe the trimming and removal of the labiobuccal alveolar bone along with interdental and interradicular bone, is carried out at the time of extraction of teeth.
Definition
Types of Alveoloplasty
1. Alveolar compression
2. Simple alveoloplasty
3. Dean's technique
4. Obwegesser's technique
Alevolar compression
simple method
bididgital compression on cortical plates
reduce socket width


Indications
1. prominent and dense alveolar bone undergoing extraction.
2. Done as a procedure prior to construction of a denture.

Pejmanyar & Jiang DMD4A
Alveoloplasty
Goals
1. To provide optimal contour
2. Broad enough to distribution of masticatory load
3. Smooth, no irregularities and shape edges
4. Uniform thickness of mucosa covering
5. Conservation of removal of bone among young patient
Simple Alveoloplasty
Dean's Technique
characteristics
1. reduction of labial alveolar prominence
2. minimal elevation of flap
3. preservation of cortical bone
4. less post op resorption
5. periosteum is intact
Obwegesser's technique
Comparison
1.Armamentarium
2.Timing of procedure
3.Technique
4.Indications
5.Advantage and Disadvantage
References
The End
Introduction
Preprosthetic surgery is that part of oral and maxillofacial surgery designed to establish the best hard and soft tissue tissue base for prosthetic applicances
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