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Research Paper | Medical Surgical | Bulgaria | Volume 5 Issue 2, February 2016
Longitudinal Ridge Split Osteotomy and Simultaneous Implant Placement
Stefan Peev  | Angela Gusiyska  | Elitsa Sabeva 
Abstract: Longitudinal ridge split osteotomy was performed in 33 cases with horizontal alveolar bone deficit, with a sufficient apical basis, that provides primary stability of the implants. The survival rate of the implants was 87, 9 %. The mean marginal bone loss is 1.586mm. Bleeding on probing is registered in 45, 5 % of the cases. There was found no correlation between the marginal bone loss and the bleeding on probing. The complication rate was 33, 4 %. In 18, 2 % of the cases was registered fracture of the vestibular bone plate.
Keywords: Longitudinal ridge split osteotomy, implants
Edition: Volume 5 Issue 2, February 2016,
Pages: 1024 - 1026
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