direct bone impression

di·rect bone im·pres·sion

an impression of denuded bone, used in the construction of subperiosteal denture implants.

di·rect bone im·pres·sion

(di-rekt bōn im-preshŭn)
Impression of denuded bone, used to make subperiosteal denture implants.
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The surgical protocol in the case presented is comprised of a two-stage surgery, the first of which results in taking a direct bone impression and the second in placing the custom-made implant.
The direct bone impression is evaluated for all necessary land marks.
The surgical insertion of the implant is very similar to the direct bone impression surgery but is more rapid and causes less swelling and discomfort to the patient.