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Narrow alveolar ridges especially in posterior mandibular remains a serious challenge for successful placement of endosseous implants. Case Presentation: This case report addresses surgical procedures for widening the atrophic ridge by means of splitting the crest of an edentulous ridge as thin as 2.5 mm and gradual expansion in the posterior mandibular ridge, then simultaneous placement of dental implants within the split ridge. A significant increase was achieved in the bone dimension, whichdoi:10.17795/ajdr-19463 fatcat:x2e2ufcyfjf6llpkhrym4e4k6e