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The bone splitting stabilisation technique-a modified approach to prevent bone resorption of the buccal wall


Stricker, Andres; Stübinger, Stefan; Voss, Pit; Duttenhoefer, Fabian; Fleiner, Jonathan (2014). The bone splitting stabilisation technique-a modified approach to prevent bone resorption of the buccal wall. Oral health and dental management, 13(3):870-876.

Abstract

The aim of this case series was to clinically demonstrate successful prevention of bone resorption of the buccal wall after alveolar bone splitting by additional stabilization of the lateral bone plate using a biphasic ceramic bone substitute. In three patients alveolar bone splitting was performed with a piezoelectric device. Clinical as well as radiological results after two and five years revealed stable hard and soft tissue conditions with no soft tissue recessions and peri-implant bone loss in three patients. The advantage of this one-stage procedure was the ability to insert dental implants into a very compromised bony site in a simultaneous procedure. Yet the bone splitting stabilisation technique appeared to be a more user-sensitive method.

Abstract

The aim of this case series was to clinically demonstrate successful prevention of bone resorption of the buccal wall after alveolar bone splitting by additional stabilization of the lateral bone plate using a biphasic ceramic bone substitute. In three patients alveolar bone splitting was performed with a piezoelectric device. Clinical as well as radiological results after two and five years revealed stable hard and soft tissue conditions with no soft tissue recessions and peri-implant bone loss in three patients. The advantage of this one-stage procedure was the ability to insert dental implants into a very compromised bony site in a simultaneous procedure. Yet the bone splitting stabilisation technique appeared to be a more user-sensitive method.

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Item Type:Journal Article, refereed, original work
Communities & Collections:05 Vetsuisse Faculty > Veterinary Clinic > Equine Department
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05 Vetsuisse Faculty > Center for Applied Biotechnology and Molecular Medicine
Dewey Decimal Classification:570 Life sciences; biology
630 Agriculture
Language:English
Date:2014
Deposited On:05 Mar 2015 12:52
Last Modified:08 Dec 2017 12:28
Publisher:Black Sea Universities Network
ISSN:2247-2452
PubMed ID:25284573

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