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alloplastic

adjective Referring to alloplasty, see there.
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Eaton denied the allegations and filed a counterclaim against Kaczkowski and his company, which has a similar sounding name, Alloplastic Reconstruction Inc.
Alloplastic chin augmentation with silicone rubber or porous polyethylene is an excellent option for patients with deficiency of vertical and/or horizontal projection of the anterior mandible.31 Implants are offered in a variety of shapes and sizes.
A comparative study of bilateral sinus lifts performed with platelet-rich plasma alone versus alloplastic graft material reconstituted with blood.
Fossa reconstruction options described in the literature include autogenous grafts (cartilage or bone), titanium mesh, and alloplastic materials [16-18].
Alternatively, the alloplastic bone substitutes and the xenologous bone show high availability, biocompatibility, and good mechanical support and also have adequate porosity that allows for penetration of blood capillaries, which is essential for the supply of oxygen, nutrients, and growth factors [14-19].
Anyway, the two primary methods to reconstruct the TMJs involve the use of autogenous tissues (i.e., rib or sternoclavicular grafts (SCGs)) versus alloplastic total joint prosthetic devices.
Mesnard, "Load transfer in Christensen TMJ in alloplastic total joint replacement for two different mouth apertures," Journal of Cranio-Maxillofacial Surgery, vol.
Mentoplasty can be applied in two ways: osseous and alloplastic augmentation.
The recent and most widely accepted treatment option for edentulous space is the use of dental implants that is alloplastic material inserted in bone that is retained and supported by bone and it does not require any support from abudment teeth.
While both autogenous and alloplastic reconstruction have been described in the literature, this review will largely focus on alloplastic reconstruction, which over the last decade or so has become the standard of care and most commonly employed form of TMJR in the developed world.
In the treatment of bone and joint fractures, in addition to metal implants [4], autograft, allograft, xenograft and alloplastic materials [3] are used.
The studies have reported the use of different materials, including autologous bone, (11, 15-19) homologous bone, (20-24) xenografts, (14, 15, 19, 25) and alloplastic materials.