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Ramus bone graft

When bone volume is insufficient, we have to resort to bone apposition to increase the volume.

This graft involves taking an autogenous bone block (part of the patient) in the angle of the mandible (ramus).

The bone block is then affixed using titanium screws (osteosynthesis).

The surgery is done under local anesthesia by ours dentists in Lille (59000) or Neufchatel-Hardelot (62152) near boulogne sur mer.

There is, of course, no morphology change after surgery.

As the transplant fills in the original insufficient bone volume, it ensures the stability of future dental implants during their implementation.

The implants are usually inserted four months after completion of the graft.