Chronic hyperplasia of the superior maxilla
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Chronic hyperplasia of the superior maxilla by Frederic H. Westmacott

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Published by Hodder & Stoughton in London .
Written in English


  • Hyperplasia.,
  • Maxilla.

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Statementby Frederic Westmacott.
The Physical Object
Paginationp. [243]-248 :
Number of Pages248
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20268633M

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Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): g (external link) Denture-induced hyperplasia is a reactive lesion arising from excessive and chronic mechanical pressure on the vestibular oral mucosa. It has a female predilection and it is mostly seen in the maxilla. The size of the lesion may be as small as a few millimeters to massive lesion involving the entire Denture Induced Hyperplasia or Epulis fissuratum is a tumor-like reactive lesion of oral mucosa because of chronic irritation caused by ill-fitting dentures. It is mostly presented in female denture wearers with a predilection to maxilla. These lesions can be of varying sizes ranging from few centimeters to extensive involving the whole The maxilla should be completely mobilized so that it can be repositioned and stabilized as planned. If a multiple-piece Le Fort is planned, the interdental osteotomy is made before downfracture of the maxilla, and parasagittal (thinner bone and thicker soft tissue, compared with the midline) osteotomies are made after the ://

The Edentulous Maxilla: Fixed versus Removable Treatment PlanningRANDOLPH R. RESNIK AND CARL E. MISCH†In all phases of implant dentistry the treatment planning of the edentulous maxilla is the most complicated for the long-term success of implants and the prosthesis. e maxillary arch is predisposed to inherent anatomic disadvantages, which has led to many studies verifying a much Unilateral superior movement of the maxilla is frequently planned to correct the vertical problem after Le Fort Ⅰ osteotomy. In cases with underdevelopment in the maxillary vertical height, it is difficult to obtain facial and occlusal correction by such ://   The maxilla can also be the site of a variety of dysplastic and fibro-osseous conditions. Fibrous dysplasia can cause the partial or complete occlusion of the sinus on the affected side of the maxilla (Fig. 6). This may arise in young children and is usually apparent by adolescence. It is generally unilateral. By way of comparison, Paget™s   Hyperplasia in both the maxilla and mandible The purpose of this paper is to translate our observations and diseased-based diagnosis into a new biologically based orthodontic classification system. We therefore introduce the The Viazis Classification of Malocclusion based on the alveolar bone morphology and propose it as the new

Mandible & maxilla. Authors: Anthony Chi, M.D., -osseous dysplasia cemento-ossifying fibroma / ossifying fibroma cementoblastoma central giant cell granuloma cherubism chronic recurrent multifocal clear cell odontogenic carcinoma condensing osteitis dentigerous cyst dentinogenic ghost cell tumor dermoid cyst desmoplastic fibroma diffuse INDICATIONS: An alveolar bone height in posterior maxilla is less than 7mm CONTRAINDICATIONS LOCAL FACTORS: 1. Tumors or pathologic growth in the sinus 2. Maxillary sinus infection 3. Severe chronic sinusitis 4. Surgical scar/deformity of sinus cavity 5. Dental infection involving in or proximity to sinus 6. Severe allergic rhinitis/sinusitis ://   chronic inflammatory hyperplasia’s with minor trauma and chronic irritation being the main etiologic factors. They found an almost equal distribution of lesions between the maxilla and mandible, with the anterior maxilla the most prevalent site.6 It predominantly occurs in young females in their 2nd and 3rd   Purchase Logan Turner's Diseases of the Nose, Throat and Ear - 6th Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN ,