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CHAPTER OUTLINE

OBJECTIVES OF PREPROSTHETIC SURGERY
PRINCiPlES OF PATIENT EVALUATION AND TREATMENT
PLANNING
Evaluation of Supporting Bony TIssue
Evaluation of Supporting Soft TIssue
Treatment Planning
RECONTOURING OF ALVEOLAR RIDGES
Simple Alveoloplasty Associated with Removal of
. Multiple Teeth
Intraseptai Alveoloplasty
Maxillary Tuberosity Reduction
Buccal Exost~is and Excessive Undercuts
Lateral Palatal Exostosis
. Mylohyoid Ridge Reduction
Genial Tubercle Reduction
TORI REMOVAL
Maxillary Tori
Mandibular Tori
SOFT TISSUE ABNORMALITIES
Maxillary Tuberosity Reduction (Soft TIssue)
Mandibular Retromolar Pad Reduction
Lateral Palatal Soft TIssue Excess
Unsupported Hypermoblle TIssue
Inflammatory Fibrous Hyperplasia
Inflammatory Papillary Hyperplasia of the Palate
Labial Frenectomy .
Lingual Frenectomy
IMMEDIATE DENTURES
OVERDENTURESURGERY
MANDIBULAR AUGMENTATION
Superior Border Augmentation
Inferior Border Augmentation
Hydroxyapatite Augmentation of the Mandible
Guided Bone Regeneration (Osteopromotion)
MAXILLARY AUGMENTATION
Onlay Bone Grafting
Interpositional Bone Gl:afts
Maxillary Hydroxyapatite Augmentation
Sinus Lift
SOFT TISSUE SURGERY FOR RIDGE EXTENSION OF THE
MANDIBLE
Transpositional Flap Vestibuloplasty (Lip Switch) ,
Vestibule and Floor-of-Mouth Extension Procedures
SOFT TISSUE SURGERY FOR MAXILLARY RIDGE
EXTENSION
Submucosal Vestibuloplasty
Maxillary Vestibuloplasty with TIssue Grafting
CORRECTION OF ABNORMAL RIDGE RELATIONSHIPS
Segmental Alveolar Surgery in the Partially
Edentulous Patient
Correction of Skeletal Abnormalities in the Totally
Edentulous Patient

After the loss of natural teeth, bony changes in the jaws begin to take place immediately. Because the alveolar bone no longer responds to – stresses placed in this area’ by the teeth. and period on talligament, bone begins to resorb. The specific pattern of resorption is unpredictable in a given patient
because great variation exists among Indtviduals. In many patients this resorption process tends to stabilize after a period, whereas in others a continuation of the process eventually ·results in total loss of alveolar bone
a!’ld underlying basal bone (Fig. 13-1). The results of this resorption are accelerated by wearing dentures and tend to affect the mandible more severely than the maxilla because of the decreased surface area and less favorable distribution of occlusal forces (see Fig: 13-1).1

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