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Quintessence Int 44 (2013), No. 10     30. Sep. 2013
Quintessence Int 44 (2013), No. 10  (30.09.2013)

Page 763-771, doi:10.3290/j.qi.a30178, PubMed:23878847


Maintaining space in localized ridge augmentation using guided bone regeneration with tenting screw technology
Chasioti, Evdokia / Chiang, Tat Fai / Drew, Howard J.
Prosthetic guided implant surgery requires adequate ridge dimensions for proper implant placement. Various surgical procedures can be used to augment deficient alveolar ridges. Studies have examined new bone formation on deficient ridges, utilizing numerous surgical techniques and biomaterials. The goal is to develop time efficient techniques, which have low morbidity. A crucial factor for successful bone grafting procedures is space maintenance. The article discusses space maintenance tenting screws, used in conjunction with bone allografts and resorbable barrier membranes, to ensure uneventful guided bone regeneration (GBR) enabling optimal implant positioning. The technique utilized has been described in the literature to treat severely resorbed alveolar ridges and additionally can be considered in restoring the vertical and horizontal component of deficient extraction sites. Three cases are presented to illustrate the utilization and effectiveness of tenting screw technology in the treatment of atrophic extraction sockets and for deficient ridges.

Keywords: alveolar ridge deficiency, augmentation, GBR, site development, tenting screw technology