Distribution of the anatomic aspects of lingual frenulum in babies attended in the Reference Center in Hearing Health/CRESA Puc Goias between August, 2014 and February, 2015 Altered (apex / sublingul caruncles) 0,6% Altered (apex / inferior alveolar 4,2% crest) Altered (middle third and the apex 32,2% / inferior alveolar crest
) Normal (middle third / inferior 13% alveoar crest) Normal (middle third and the apex 22% / sublingual caruncles) Normal (middle third / sublingual 28% caruncles) Note: Table made from bar graph.
We found that the width of the alveolar crest
at the implant starting point was 3 [+ or -] 0.52 mm using the seven skull specimens.
To measure distance 'c': from inferior border of the mandible to alveolar crest
. To measure distance 'a' from the inferior border of the mandible to lower edge of the mental foramen in dentulous mandible.
Regarding the prevalence of the artery, there was a statistically significant difference between edentulous and dentulous alveolar crest
where the artery was identified.
Following primary debridement AP flaws and alveolar crest
deformities can be seen in patients with maxillary AP fractures.
Correlational statistics compared three variables (the length of the tongue stud, the diameter of the tongue stud ball, and the length of time that the tongue stud had been worn) to presence of osseous abnormalities inferior to the alveolar crest
. Independent sample t-test statistics were conducted comparing the experimental group to the control group in relation to presence or absence of mobility, recession, periodontal pocketing, and broken teeth.
The distance from the alveolar crest
4 mm, 6 mm, 8 mm identified as fixed point (Fig.
Panoramic radiographic images taken in the first examination revealed a radiopaque area, resembling cortical bone, with moderately demarcated but distinct borders in the alveolar crest
of the lower left teeth 18 and 19 (Figure 3).
This case report de- scribes the implant oral rehabilitation of a patient with ectodermal dysplasia with severe atrophy of the residual alveolar crest
, and maxillary sinus pneumatization.
Bergland, Semb and Abyholm in 1986 proposed a method of evaluating the success of alveolar bone grafting by measuring the alveolar crest
height in relation to the adjacent teeth.6, 7
Using digital radiography technology (Computer-Assisted Radiographic Evaluation [C.A.R.E.] software, Kaiser RT 1 Fototechnik, San Antonio, Texas), two independent examiners enlarged and measured posterior interproximal mesial and distal sites (a possible total of 48 measurements per subject) from the CEJ to the alveolar crest
in order to calculate differences in the linear alveolar bone height.
(2014) found that the height of the mandible at the mental foramen region and the distance from the superior margin of the foramen and the alveolar crest
were significantly higher in males compared to females, it was suggested, therefore, that these traits can be used to determine sex.