Bone Grafting in Oral Implantology: Techniques and Clinical Applications
Alfaro, Federico Hernandez

Bone Grafting in Oral Implantology: Techniques and Clinical Applications


Kiadás éve: 2006
Oldalszám: 234 oldal
Nyelv: Angol
Szakterületek: implantológia

Rendelési szám: 13431

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Bone is probably the most frequently transplanted tissue in the body. It can be used to treat or repair defects resulting from atrophy, injury, congenital malformations or neoplasms. Reconstruction of bone defects has long been a challenge for oral and maxillofacial surgeons, but knowledge of bone repair and graft behaviour has allowed the design of protocols for harvesting, preserving and eventually inserting the grafts. This book examines in depth the biology and general principles of bone grafting and contains seminal overviews of current knowledge of: symphysis, ascending ramus and body, coronoid process, maxillary tuberosity, sinus wall, zygomatic buttress, calvarium, iliac crest and tibia.