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1). Quantity of Available Bone at Implant Site Available bone is the amount of bone in the edentulous area considered for osseointegration of the implant. 5 mm is maintained for surgical error between the implant and any adjacent landmark. The chances of successful implantation are increased by more bone being available for anchorage and distribution of masticatory forces. Cortical bone is Fig. 1 Available bone volume not utilized, leading to chances of implant failure 29 Dental CT in Implantology best suited to provide support for implants.
4. Complete maxillary and mandibular implant therapy. 5. Evaluation of buccolingual ridge dimensions not available on conventional radiographs. Bibliography 1. Angelopoulous C, Aghaloo T. Imaging technology in implant diagnosis. DCNA 2011;55:141-58. 2. Atwood DA. Some clinical factors related to the rate of resorption of residual ridge. J Prosth Dent 1962;12: 441-50. 3. Breg H, Carlsson GE, Helkimo M. Changes in shape of posterior parts of upper jaws after extraction of teeth and prosthetic treatment.
When present, it is a good way to identify the canal. Care should be taken not to confuse other cortical irregularities with the cortical niche sign. The cortical niche is a continuous defect seen on multiple cross-sectional images. When the canal is identified with the cortical niche sign, its location should be confirmed with the other methods (Fig. 11). 2. Triangulation: Triangulation utilizes the scale marks on the films to relate an anatomic structure well seen on one view to its location on another view.
Color Atlas of Dental Medicine Periodontology by Klaus H. Rateitschak, Edith M. Rateitschak, Herbert F. Wolf, Hassell