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Chapter-05 Bone Regeneration

BOOK TITLE: Clinical Guide to Oral Implantology: Step by Step Procedures

Author
1. Turner Porus S
2. Vazifdar Ferzin Turner
3. Turner Ashdin P.
4. Vazifdar Danesh R.
ISBN
9789352704279
DOI
10.5005/jp/books/18050_6
Edition
3/e
Publishing Year
2018
Pages
17
Author Affiliations
1. A.B. Shetty Institute of Dental Sciences, Nitte University, Mangaluru, Karnataka, India
2. Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
3. Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
4. Adaro Dental Labs.
Chapter keywords
Bone regeneration, guided bone regeneration, osteoconduction, osteoinduction, allogenic bone, solvent preserved allogenic bone, irradiated allogenic bone

Abstract

The technique which is allowing bone to grow by osteoconduction and/or osteoinduction, and preventing soft tissue growth by barrier membranes is called guided bone regeneration (GBR). It is important to differentiate between osteoinduction and osteoconduction. Autogenous bone, i.e. bone harvested from the same individual is osteoinductive meaning it is capable of forming new bone without the presence of any bony walls. The most commonly used method of bone reformation in everyday implantology practice is by GBR. The open trabecular structures of bone substitutes provide an environment of revascularization from the remaining bony walls. Three well-illustrated cases related to the GBR followed by implant placement, block bone grafting with delayed placement of implant, and GBR using autogenous bone, layered with bone substitute are also provided in this chapter. 33 clinical figures are also presented in this chapter, which are very helpful for readers.

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