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Quantitative estimation of x-ray parameters of the alveolar bone of the jaws as a result of reconstructive operations

Gennadiy Kotelnikov; Dmitry Trunin; Aleksandr Kolsanov; Nikolai Popov; Larisa Limanova; Elena Novikova;

The aim of the study was to assess the geometric parameters of the alveolar bone before and after reconstructive surgery based on the cone-ray computed tomography of the jaw data. A complex treatment of 105 patients with dentition defects in conditions of atrophy of the jaw bone was carried out. 70 patients of the main group, the surgical stage was performed by the method of dental implantation with a one-stage digital reconstruction of the alveolar bone with various variants of individual bone implants, according to the method proposed by the authors. An evaluation of the quantitative parameters of the newly formed bone according to the cone-ray computed tomography of the jaws after 8–9 months proved the successful application of the proposed method and the indications for the use of each of the variants of bone reconstructive implants were determined.


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Keywords: dental implantation, alveolar bone atrophy, cone-beam computed tomography, individual reconstructive bone implants

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