Applied Tissue Engineering by Minoru Ueda (Ed.)

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C: Last prosthesis observation by porcelain fused to a metal crown. These did not exceed 2 mm, and a healthy and firm peri-implant mucosa had been established. D: Panoramic radiograph, preoperative. E: Panoramic radiograph, postoperative. F: Panoramic radiograph, postoperative 1 year. G: Panoramic radiograph, postoperative 2 years. H: Panoramic radiograph, postoperative 3 years (From Ueda et al. 2008. Reprinted with permission). For long periods of time, maxillary sinus floor augmentation has constituted a surgical procedure to gain bone mass required for placing dental implants.

26: 367,2000 9. Bank HL, Brokbank KGM. Basic Principles of Cryobiology, J Card Surg. 1: 137,1987 10. Schachar NS, McGann LE. Investigations of low-temperature storage of articular cartilage for transplantation. Clin Orthop. 208: 146,1985 (Kito K, Kagami H, Kobayashi C, Terasaki H, Ueda M) Chapter 3 Bone The use of dental implants in oral rehabilitation is becoming a standard method of care in dentistry. In the case of insufficient bone volume, a procedure for augmentation is needed. The ability to augment the alveolar ridge has gradually expanded the scope of implant dentistry.

Also, the tissue-engineered bone assumes a firm, gel-like consistency and may have the ability not only to immobilize to implants in place but also to provide a seal around the tooth. In a preliminary animal study, tissue-engineered bone prevented downgrowth of the epithelium equally well as the GTR method. In addition, it has been claimed that the new attachment between regenerated cementum obtained from GTR procedures and root dentin may not be as strong or continuous as the attachment between the original cementum and root dentin [55].

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