Ridge augmentation using mandibular ramus bone grafts for the placement of dental implants: presentation of a technique.

  • Craig M Misch
  • Published 1996 in
    Practical periodontics and aesthetic dentistry…


Local bone grafts are a convenient source of autogenous bone in alveolar reconstruction. The mandibular ramus area provides primarily a cortical graft that is well-suited for veneer-grafting of ridge deficiencies prior to implant placement. The advantages of this method of augmentation include its intraoral access and low morbidity. Similar to bone… (More)


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