mucoperiosteal

mu·co·per·i·os·te·al

(myū'kō-per'ē-os'tē-ăl),
Relating to mucoperiosteum.

mu·co·per·i·os·te·al

(myū'kō-per-ē-os'tē-ăl)
Relating to mucoperiosteum.
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Mucoperiosteal elevation was made with identification of the margin of mental nerve.
A three-corner mucoperiosteal flap was reflected and bone removal done with slow handpiece using round bur and crown and root sectioning done, where required, using straight fissure bur.
[2] Moreover, the confirmation of anatomical location of the MF is critical to preclude potential injuries to mental nerve during procedures such as periapical endodontic surgery, [3] drainage procedures or reflection of a full-thickness mucoperiosteal flaps.
Regional accelerated phenomenon in the mandible following mucoperiosteal flap surgery.
A mucoperiosteal flap was elevated 6 mm above the canine and first premolar to allow for the planned osteotomy for both the procedures.
An incision was made from the right lateral incisor to the right second premolar tooth, and a full thickness mucoperiosteal flap was elevated at the right mucobuccal fold.
Mucoperiosteal specimens were removed with sharp dissection, exposing a circular area of uncovered bone to allow for secondary healing (17).
Full thickness mucoperiosteal flap were applied between the mental foramens.
The confirmation of anatomical location of the MF is critical to preclude potential injuries to mental nerve during procedures such as periapical endodontic surgery (Moiseiwitsch, 1995), drainage procedures or reflection of a full-thickness mucoperiosteal flaps (Moiseiwitsch, 1998).
Full-thickness mucoperiosteal flap was elevated from left maxillary first premolar to the right maxillary second premolar.
Surgical procedures involving raising a mucoperiosteal flap and removal of large amount of bone with or without tooth removal.