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Horizontal & Vertical Bone Augmentation Using the Khoury Bone Plate Technique

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The Khoury Bone Plate Technique is a predictable surgical method to graft alveolar ridge defects in both the horizontal and vertical dimensions. This technique involves harvesting cortical plates from the ramus of the mandible and fixating these bone plates to the ridge defect using screws. Scrapings of cancellous and cortical autogenous bone are then interposed between the plates in a “Sandwich” technique allowing for a 3-dimensional augmentation of the ridge defect.

Date Added:
10/20/2021

Author(s):

Nilesh Salgar, DDS, DICOI Nilesh Salgar, DDS, DICOI
Dr. Nilesh Salgar graduated in 1994 with a DDS Degree from McGill University in Montreal, Canada. He is a Diplomate of the International Congress of Oral Impl...
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Riyaz gangji - (4/2/2022 3:52 AM)

Excellent information, and review Thank you

Bharat Kundnani - (11/22/2021 4:32 PM)

Nice work. Thank you for sharing.

Fabio Manuel Filannino - (10/27/2021 9:13 AM)

Very nice presentation! Thank you

Julo Rockar - (10/23/2021 2:52 AM)

Thank you for this nice demonstrative and practical presentation.

FARHAN DURRANI492 - (10/20/2021 10:35 PM)

nice explaination

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