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Subantral Augmentation with a 1/1 Alloplastic and Autologous Material Mixture. Histological Characteristics and Dimensional Stability of the Newly Formed Bone.

OniȘor-Gligor F, Juncar M, BăciuȚ G, Bran S, Juncar RI, DumitraȘcu DI, BăciuȚ MF - Clujul Med (2015)

Bottom Line: For this purpose, several types of materials have been used as bone grafts, each of these materials having a number of advantages and disadvantages.The present study is aimed at evaluating the histological and volumetric properties of an alloplastic and autologous material mixture.The mean bone resorption rate was 15.15%.

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Affiliation: Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Iuliu Hatieganu University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Cluj-Napoca, Romania.

ABSTRACT

Background and aim: The maxillary sinus augmentation procedure is the most frequent method used to prepare the posterior maxillary area, with bone deficit, for the placement of dental implants. For this purpose, several types of materials have been used as bone grafts, each of these materials having a number of advantages and disadvantages. The present study is aimed at evaluating the histological and volumetric properties of an alloplastic and autologous material mixture.

Patients and methods: The study included 7 selected patients who underwent subantral bone augmentation with a 1/1 autologous and alloplastic material mixture. Subsequently, at the time of dental implant placement, biological samples were taken from the bone augmentation area and were histologically analyzed. The subantral bone resorption rate was also evaluated in parallel.

Results: Histological examination evidenced the presence of residual amorphous material in the bone augmentation area. The mean bone resorption rate was 15.15%. The presence of a high bone resorption rate was correlated with the presence of a smaller residual amorphous material amount in the subantral bone augmentation area.

Conclusions: The association of autologous and alloplastic material for subantral bone augmentation improves the characteristics of the two material types.

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Values of subantral bone height immediately after bone augmentation and at the time of dental implant placement (6–8 months after bone augmentation).
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f2-cm8801p69: Values of subantral bone height immediately after bone augmentation and at the time of dental implant placement (6–8 months after bone augmentation).

Mentions: Of the 7 patients included in the study, 3 (42.86%) were males and 4 (57.14%) were females. The age of the patients ranged between 42 and 68 years, with a mean age of 56 years. Following subantral bone augmentation, a bone height between 13 and 17 mm, with a mean value of 15.14 mm, was obtained, and 6–8 months after bone augmentation, values ranged between 14 and 16 mm, with a mean height value of 12.71 mm (Fig. 2).


Subantral Augmentation with a 1/1 Alloplastic and Autologous Material Mixture. Histological Characteristics and Dimensional Stability of the Newly Formed Bone.

OniȘor-Gligor F, Juncar M, BăciuȚ G, Bran S, Juncar RI, DumitraȘcu DI, BăciuȚ MF - Clujul Med (2015)

Values of subantral bone height immediately after bone augmentation and at the time of dental implant placement (6–8 months after bone augmentation).
© Copyright Policy - open-access
Related In: Results  -  Collection

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f2-cm8801p69: Values of subantral bone height immediately after bone augmentation and at the time of dental implant placement (6–8 months after bone augmentation).
Mentions: Of the 7 patients included in the study, 3 (42.86%) were males and 4 (57.14%) were females. The age of the patients ranged between 42 and 68 years, with a mean age of 56 years. Following subantral bone augmentation, a bone height between 13 and 17 mm, with a mean value of 15.14 mm, was obtained, and 6–8 months after bone augmentation, values ranged between 14 and 16 mm, with a mean height value of 12.71 mm (Fig. 2).

Bottom Line: For this purpose, several types of materials have been used as bone grafts, each of these materials having a number of advantages and disadvantages.The present study is aimed at evaluating the histological and volumetric properties of an alloplastic and autologous material mixture.The mean bone resorption rate was 15.15%.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Iuliu Hatieganu University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Cluj-Napoca, Romania.

ABSTRACT

Background and aim: The maxillary sinus augmentation procedure is the most frequent method used to prepare the posterior maxillary area, with bone deficit, for the placement of dental implants. For this purpose, several types of materials have been used as bone grafts, each of these materials having a number of advantages and disadvantages. The present study is aimed at evaluating the histological and volumetric properties of an alloplastic and autologous material mixture.

Patients and methods: The study included 7 selected patients who underwent subantral bone augmentation with a 1/1 autologous and alloplastic material mixture. Subsequently, at the time of dental implant placement, biological samples were taken from the bone augmentation area and were histologically analyzed. The subantral bone resorption rate was also evaluated in parallel.

Results: Histological examination evidenced the presence of residual amorphous material in the bone augmentation area. The mean bone resorption rate was 15.15%. The presence of a high bone resorption rate was correlated with the presence of a smaller residual amorphous material amount in the subantral bone augmentation area.

Conclusions: The association of autologous and alloplastic material for subantral bone augmentation improves the characteristics of the two material types.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus