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17:09 Feb 7, 2018
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French to English translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical: Dentistry / Implantology
French term or phrase: balcon vestibulaire
Hello everyone,
I am seekng your opinion on the term 'balcon vestibulaire'. The context is complete oral rehabilitation after the extraction of multiple teeth, placement of implants and prosthetic construction.
The term appears in the following phrase which is the fourth part of the procedure after guided bone regeneration:
On note la présence d’un balcon vestibulaire signant une augmentation osseuse satisfaisante.
I am not aware of vestibular balcony and cannot find any references to support it. I have heard of bone balcony, but obviously that is not correct here as it is vestibulaire.
Any help with this term would be much appreciated.
Best wishes!
Christina McGown
United Kingdom
Local time: 19:54

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4vestibular crest

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vestibular crest

Pediatric otolaryngology
https://books.google.fr/books?isbn=1607950189 - Traduire cette page
Charles F. Ferguson - 1972
The scala media contains endolymph, and both the scala tympani and scala vestibuli contain perilymph. The floor of the cochlear duct is the basilar membrane, and the roof is the Reissner membrane, which extends from the vestibular crest of the spiral ligament to the spiral limbus and divides the scala media from the scala ...

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neutral  philgoddard: Could be, but your reference relates to the ear. And wouldn't they say "crête vestibulaire"?
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