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Perforated schneiderian membrane repair during sinus augmentation in conjunction with immediate implant placement.

Fathima KH, Harish VS, Jayavely P, Harinath P - J Pharm Bioallied Sci (2014)

Bottom Line: Dental implant associated rehabilitation of the posterior maxilla poses unique challenge owing to the presence of pneumatized sinuses and atrophied alveolar bone.Sinus augmentation procedure to manage expanded sinuses frequently results in membrane tear resulting in unfavorable stabilization of the graft and associated bone regeneration.The present case report is about a piezosurgery assisted lateral wall osteotomy approach for sinus augmentation associated with membrane repair with simultaneous implant placement in the posterior maxilla.

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Affiliation: Department of Dentistry, Sri Muthukumaran Medical College and Research Institute, Kotputli, Rajasthan, India.

ABSTRACT
Dental implant associated rehabilitation of the posterior maxilla poses unique challenge owing to the presence of pneumatized sinuses and atrophied alveolar bone. Sinus augmentation procedure to manage expanded sinuses frequently results in membrane tear resulting in unfavorable stabilization of the graft and associated bone regeneration. Simultaneous implant placement during sinus augmentation procedures frequently requires a minimal alveolar bone height, which when not present forces clinician to defer implant placement resulting in extended treatment duration and multiple surgical appointments. The present case report is about a piezosurgery assisted lateral wall osteotomy approach for sinus augmentation associated with membrane repair with simultaneous implant placement in the posterior maxilla.

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(a) Fully functional metal ceramic prosthesis, (b) Computed tomography shows the position of implants, (c) Preoperative radiograph shows ridge deficiency, (d) 8 months postoperative radiograph shows the augmented site with implants
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Figure 4: (a) Fully functional metal ceramic prosthesis, (b) Computed tomography shows the position of implants, (c) Preoperative radiograph shows ridge deficiency, (d) 8 months postoperative radiograph shows the augmented site with implants

Mentions: Patient was reviewed the next day and after 4 weeks with the postsurgical healing being uneventful at this junction laser debridement for the aligning implant in 24 region was performed. Patient was placed on periodic recall every 2 months until the 8 month during which a digital OPG and computed tomography was taken. The radiographs showed the position of implant and dense bone fill in the sinus cavity [Figure 4a–d].


Perforated schneiderian membrane repair during sinus augmentation in conjunction with immediate implant placement.

Fathima KH, Harish VS, Jayavely P, Harinath P - J Pharm Bioallied Sci (2014)

(a) Fully functional metal ceramic prosthesis, (b) Computed tomography shows the position of implants, (c) Preoperative radiograph shows ridge deficiency, (d) 8 months postoperative radiograph shows the augmented site with implants
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Figure 4: (a) Fully functional metal ceramic prosthesis, (b) Computed tomography shows the position of implants, (c) Preoperative radiograph shows ridge deficiency, (d) 8 months postoperative radiograph shows the augmented site with implants
Mentions: Patient was reviewed the next day and after 4 weeks with the postsurgical healing being uneventful at this junction laser debridement for the aligning implant in 24 region was performed. Patient was placed on periodic recall every 2 months until the 8 month during which a digital OPG and computed tomography was taken. The radiographs showed the position of implant and dense bone fill in the sinus cavity [Figure 4a–d].

Bottom Line: Dental implant associated rehabilitation of the posterior maxilla poses unique challenge owing to the presence of pneumatized sinuses and atrophied alveolar bone.Sinus augmentation procedure to manage expanded sinuses frequently results in membrane tear resulting in unfavorable stabilization of the graft and associated bone regeneration.The present case report is about a piezosurgery assisted lateral wall osteotomy approach for sinus augmentation associated with membrane repair with simultaneous implant placement in the posterior maxilla.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Dentistry, Sri Muthukumaran Medical College and Research Institute, Kotputli, Rajasthan, India.

ABSTRACT
Dental implant associated rehabilitation of the posterior maxilla poses unique challenge owing to the presence of pneumatized sinuses and atrophied alveolar bone. Sinus augmentation procedure to manage expanded sinuses frequently results in membrane tear resulting in unfavorable stabilization of the graft and associated bone regeneration. Simultaneous implant placement during sinus augmentation procedures frequently requires a minimal alveolar bone height, which when not present forces clinician to defer implant placement resulting in extended treatment duration and multiple surgical appointments. The present case report is about a piezosurgery assisted lateral wall osteotomy approach for sinus augmentation associated with membrane repair with simultaneous implant placement in the posterior maxilla.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus