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TITLE:

A RESEARCH STUDY TO EXPERIENCE A NEW WAY TO MANAGE THE DIMENSIONS OF POST-EXTRACTION ALVEDAR BONE AT SERVICES HOSPITAL, LAHORE

AUTHORS:

Dr Muhammad Zubair, Dr Muhammad Salman Shahid, Dr Mirza Mudasir Ali

ABSTRACT:

In the conservation of size of alveolar ridge, new method is highlighted in this study. This case study is about an old patient whose age was 56 years organized at Services Hospital, Lahore (September 2017 to March 2018). The teeth of the patients were removed. By using the normal saline spray, patient’s teeth were ground with a diamond bus. Teeth was ground to such an extent that it took the form of powder. This powder was gathered and added to 2.0ml of intravenous blood of patients and mixed. The tooth socket was filled with this powder but a 3mm space was left empty. Pluggers was a used for filling. For stitching the socket silk material was used which was non-restorable. The next tooth was made ready endodontic ally after the period of one week. Then, a fixed partial denture was set on to prepared abutments. This therapeutic method was without immune response. According to the outcomes, this method can be executed at chain side. Through this technique, alveolar ridge can be maintained, Keywords: Alveolar ridge, Bone resorption, Hydroxyapatite, Tooth.

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