maxillary bone


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maxillary bone

n.
Maxilla.
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The mandible or inferior maxillary bone forms the lower jaw owing largely to the recent works presented in the Biometrika, the mandible is now the part of the skeleton after the cranium which has been described metrically.
She was indicated for a prosthetic implant rehabilitation procedure in the second quadrant after a maxillary sinus lift procedure for atrophy of the maxillary bone at the bicuspid and molar level (1 mm residual bone crest height) in order to collect enough bone to install two endosseous implants (Figures 1 and 2).
Facial CT with contrast showed diffuse hyperostosis, lytic lesion in the mandible bone, maxillary bone, cranium, and multiple calcification in the soft tissue which is compatible with osteorenal dystrophy (Figure 7).
The maxillary bone biopsy showed a fibrooseous lesion composed of cellular fibrous stroma with woven bone islands with many having osteoclastic rimming (Figure 3).
Another criticism is the unwanted nasal tip rotation (upturning), thought to occur due to ventral pressure of the maxillary bone on the lateral crurae (31).
A Freer elevator was used to raise up the nasal mucosa to expose the axillary ridge (part of the frontal process of the maxillary bone) anterior to the lacrimal bone, and the tissue was resected using cutting forceps.
The miniscrew was inserted into maxillary bone between the premolar and molar at a distance of 3 mm from the alveolar crest, as shown in Figure 1.
Bone grafting techniques are widely used in the restoration of atrophic maxillary bone prior to placement of dental implants.
Among isolated midfacial fractures, zygomatic bone fractures were most common (36%) followed by maxillary bone fracture (23%).