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AUGMENTATION, old English law. The name of a court erected by Henry VIII., which was invested with the power of determining suits and controversies relating to monasteries and abbey lands.

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Double-fold connective tissue pedicle graft: A novel approach for ridge augmentation. Int J Periodontics Restorative Dent.
The implants of Group A which were supported with the alveolar ridge augmentation procedure showed a higher mean ISQ value of 83.34, and Group B which were prescribed with Strontium Ranelate showed a mean ISQ value of 75.55 (Table III).
Sendyk, "Fresh-frozen human bone allograft in vertical ridge augmentation: clinical and tomographic evaluation of bone formation and resorption," Cell and Tissue Banking, vol.
THE USE OF RAMUS BLOCK GRAFTS FOR VERTICAL ALVEOLAR RIDGE AUGMENTATION AND IMPLANT PLACEMENT: A PILOT STUDY.
Horizontal ridge augmentation using autogenous block grafts and the guided bone regeneration technique with collagen membranes: a clinical study with 42 patients.
This pontic is less convex and often requires little or no ridge augmentation. (4)
Long-term evaluation of osseointegrated implants placed in sites augmented with sinus floor elevation associated with vertical ridge augmentation: a retrospective study of 38 consecutive implants with 1- to 7-year follow-up.
Despite these properties, our previous studies still reported that alveolar ridge augmentation and 3-wall periodontal bone defect reconstructed by using CPC, without using a barrier membrane, were replaced by natural bone within 6 months after surgery (10), (14).
Xu said that such a product could also be used in periodontal bone repair, mandibular and maxillary ridge augmentation, reconstruction of frontal sinus and craniofacial skeletal defects, and other stress-bearing orthopedic applications.
Four clinical cases walk through the basic surgical protocols for horizontal ridge and vertical ridge augmentation, reconstruction of bone loss through the sinus cavity, and ultrasonic-assisted atraumatic tooth extraction.