Characteristic features of trabecular bone in edentulous maxillae.

@article{Ulm1999CharacteristicFO,
  title={Characteristic features of trabecular bone in edentulous maxillae.},
  author={Christian W Ulm and Michaela Kneissel and Andreas Schedle and Peter M. Solar and Michael H Matejka and Bernard J. Schneider and Karl Donath},
  journal={Clinical oral implants research},
  year={1999},
  volume={10 6},
  pages={
          459-67
        }
}
Following tooth loss, the maxillary alveolar ridge is affected by extensive resorption and its cancellous bone substance undergoes intense remodeling processes. This is particularly important for endosseous implant surgery as the primary stability and thus the prognosis of endosseous implants depends on the cancellous bone density and structure of the alveolar ridge. To analyze the structure of alveolar trabecular bone, 156 sections were obtained from 52 edentulous maxillae (29 female, 23 male… CONTINUE READING

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