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Volume 10 , Issue 5
September/October 1995

Pages 589-594


Mandibular Rehabilitation: A Case Study Using Inferior Cadaver Graft

Thomas J. Balshi, DDS/ Mitchell J. Magid, DMD


PMID: 7591004

The visor-sandwich osteotomy augmentation and onlay bone grafts are among the various methods for rehabilitating the lower third of the face and restoring oral function. However, these methods have provided unpredictable results. When sufficient bone is available for reconstruction of atrophic jaws with endosseous implants, this can be the treatment of choice. In patients with insufficient bone available for conventional implant treatment, the use of an adjunctive inferior border graft may be considered. (Int J Oral Maxillofac Implants 1995;10:589–594)

Key words: Brånemark implants, cadaver mandible, mandibular reconstruction, Procera prosthesis, severe mandibular atrophy


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