dental lamina

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den·tal ledge

a band of ectodermal cells growing from the epithelium of the embryonic jaws into the underlying mesenchyme; local buds from the ledge give rise to the primordia of the enamel organs of the teeth.

dental lamina

A flat band of primitive epithelial cells arising from the primary dental band of the mandibular arch and opposed surface of the maxillary process. The tooth buds grow at specific zones along the dental lamina, giving rise to primary and secondary dentition.

den·tal ledge

(dentăl lej)
Band of ectodermal cells growing from epithelium of the embryonic jaws into underlying mesenchyme; local buds from the ledge give rise to the primordia of the enamel organs of the teeth.
Synonym(s): dental lamina, dental shelf, dentogingival lamina, enamel ledge, primary dental lamina.
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A total of 20 patients from the OPD of Kamineni Institute of Dental Sciences, Narketpally, who needed implants in the maxillary posterior region with deficient maxillary ridge height were selected for the present study [Figure 1].
Jain (2014) Fp1 Prosthesis in maxillary ridge defect and fixed partial denture in mandibular ridge defect - a case report.
An additional consideration is that when the maxillary ridge is more atrophic, the upper horizontal osteotomy will be lower (since the distance from the upper osteotomy to the sinus floor must be 6 mm) and less detachment of the mucoperiosteal flap will be required, reducing the overall invasiveness of the surgery.
In 2009, Contar and colleagues [7] conducted a study of 15 patients with atrophy of the maxillary ridge who required bone block grafts prior to implant placement.
Kaus, "Maxillary ridge expansion with simultaneous implant placement: 5-year results of an ongoing clinical study," International Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Implants, vol.
Maxillary involvement may result in asymmetric maxillary sinuses, expansion of maxillary ridge, hemifacial hyperplasia, and so forth [7].
Reconstruction of maxillary ridge atrophy caused by alveolar trauma, using autogenous block bone graft harvested from chin: a case report.
Atwood did an assessment of the maxillary ridge as it was never done before; it was done by measuring the constant landmarks of the maxilla and then deriving the ratios of anterior and posterior bone resorption.
Relationship of Tooth Position to Maxillary Ridge Anatomy.J Dent Res 1971; 50: 347-49.
Xu said that such a product could also be used in periodontal bone repair, mandibular and maxillary ridge augmentation, reconstruction of frontal sinus and craniofacial skeletal defects, and other stress-bearing orthopedic applications.
A total of twenty patients who needed implants in the maxillary posterior region with deficient maxillary ridge height were selected.
As the centrals were mobile so extraction of the crowns with removal of gutta-percha was performed and for the maxillary ridge deficiency an immediate RPD was planned.