maxillary bone


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maxillary bone

n.
Maxilla.
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The maxillary bone deficiency was treated with two different commonly-used, off-the-shelf bone calcium phosphate scaffolds that were used either alone or pre-loaded with Adipose-Derived Regenerative Cells (ADRCs) prepared using Cytori's Celution System.
The infraorbital foramen lies bilaterally in the maxillary bone, below the edge of orbital cavity.
Sinus augmentation has become a routine procedure to accommodate maxillary bone to the needs of the endosseous implant.
In 1 snake, similar granulomas were also observed in maxillary gingival submucosa and subjacent maxillary bone.
Histology showed complete excision of an ameloblastoma of the posterior maxillary bone with minimum clearance margins of 5mm.
Margin of third infraorbital close to margin of preopercle, leaving a narrow naked area between these bones less than 1/5 of the depth of third infraorbital; teeth in external premaxillary series with only 3 cusps; maxillary bone short, forming a right angle with premaxillary when mouth is closed; a horizontally elongate dark brown caudal spot present
This new edition has been revised and updated and includes six new chapters on lingual hematoma; innovative treatment approaches to condylar neck fractures; the application of resorbable plates and screws; material-specific techniques; and alveolar, mandibular, and maxillary bone distraction.
An additional measurement is Maxillary Length which refers to that portion of the bone extending from the rictus of the upper jaw to distalmost termination of the maxillary bone.
So, the objective of the present study was to evaluate in each side of 121 skulls of adult persons, the relative position of the infra-orbital foramen having like references palpable anatomical points during the anesthetic procedure; as infra-orbital margin, the temporal process of the bone zygomatic, the alveolar process of the maxillary bone and piriform space.
One of challenges was the control of buccal pad of fat which was done by avoiding dissection in the soft tissues rather to be as close as possible with the maxillary bone.