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Alveolar Bone


Then we will go with the bond the builder process of the maxilla and the mandible are two dependent structures. They develop with the formation of and during the eruption of the teeth, and they atrophy the most after tooth loss.

Of course, this will also depend on the area that you are in. If you are in the anterior region premolars area, or molar areas, the shape and the thickness of this compact bonding trabecular will also change. The compact bone place of the jaw is thicker on the vocal aspect of the mandibular molars, and thinnest on the label surface of the mandibular incisor.

Also, you need to understand that, depending on the Bellar from the form of the bond you can have fenestration and adhesins. And you will have a lot of bone loss or nerve created because the two were depending on the tooth position and the shape of your maxillary mandible.

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