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Biomechanical Analysis of Alveolar Ridge Preservation Techniques

EasyChair Preprint no. 13171

10 pagesDate: May 2, 2024


 Alveolar ridge preservation (ARP) techniques have become increasingly important in modern dentistry, aiming to maintain bone volume and architecture following tooth extraction. This study focuses on conducting a biomechanical analysis of various alveolar ridge preservation techniques to evaluate their effectiveness in preserving the structural integrity of the alveolar ridge.

A systematic review of the literature was conducted to identify studies that employed biomechanical analyses to evaluate different ARP techniques. Parameters such as bone density, bone quality, bone-implant interface strength, and stress distribution were examined.

The findings reveal that ARP techniques, including socket preservation with bone grafts, guided bone regeneration, and the use of growth factors, contribute to the preservation of bone density and quality in the alveolar ridge. Biomechanical analyses demonstrate improved bone-implant interface strength and more favorable stress distribution patterns in preserved ridges compared to non-preserved sites.

Keyphrases: alveolar bone, Alveolar Ridge Preservation, Biomaterials, biomechanical analysis, bone density, Bone Grafting, bone regeneration, Dental implants, dental prosthetics, Dental surgery, Guided bone regeneration, Minimally invasive techniques, oral health, Oral rehabilitation, Osseointegration, tissue engineering, tooth extraction

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  author = {Abill Robert and Dylan Stilinski},
  title = {Biomechanical Analysis of Alveolar Ridge Preservation Techniques},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 13171},

  year = {EasyChair, 2024}}
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