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Modified osteotome sinus floor elevation using combination platelet rich fibrin, bone graft materials, and immediate implant placement in the posterior maxilla.

Narang S, Parihar AS, Narang A, Arora S, Katoch V, Bhatia V - J Indian Soc Periodontol (2015 Jul-Aug)

Bottom Line: The osteotome technique is more predictable with simultaneous implant placement when there is <5-7 mm of preexisting alveolar bone height beneath sinus.Proper combination of platelet rich fibrin, mineralized freeze-dried human bone allograft, and autogenous bone has been recommended for this situation.The purpose of this article was to describe the proper method and materials which can grow >10 mm bone with osteotome technique and grafting materials where the edentulous posterior maxilla radio-graphically showed less bone between the alveolar crest and sinus floor.

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Affiliation: Department of Periodontology and Oral Implantology, People's College of Dental Sciences and Research Centre, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India.

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The osteotome technique is more predictable with simultaneous implant placement when there is <5-7 mm of preexisting alveolar bone height beneath sinus. Proper combination of platelet rich fibrin, mineralized freeze-dried human bone allograft, and autogenous bone has been recommended for this situation. The purpose of this article was to describe the proper method and materials which can grow >10 mm bone with osteotome technique and grafting materials where the edentulous posterior maxilla radio-graphically showed less bone between the alveolar crest and sinus floor.

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(a) Preoperative computerized tomography scan showing top view of the sinus membrane (b) Postoperative computerized tomography scan after 8 months of implant placement showing sinus floor elevation without perforation and bone formation Radiographic assessment of bone levels before and after implant placement between sinus membrane and ridge
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Figure 4: (a) Preoperative computerized tomography scan showing top view of the sinus membrane (b) Postoperative computerized tomography scan after 8 months of implant placement showing sinus floor elevation without perforation and bone formation Radiographic assessment of bone levels before and after implant placement between sinus membrane and ridge

Mentions: The CT scan carried out 8 months postinsertion showed a dense mineralized bone surrounding the implants. In the case, it was difficult to delineate the border line between sinus floor and newly formed tissue. The original bone height below the sinus floor as measured on the preoperative CT scan was 1.47 and 1.49 mm at two sites and on second CT scan evaluation after 8 months postsurgery, the bone height achieved was of 15.42 mm and 16.94 respectively [Figures 1–4].


Modified osteotome sinus floor elevation using combination platelet rich fibrin, bone graft materials, and immediate implant placement in the posterior maxilla.

Narang S, Parihar AS, Narang A, Arora S, Katoch V, Bhatia V - J Indian Soc Periodontol (2015 Jul-Aug)

(a) Preoperative computerized tomography scan showing top view of the sinus membrane (b) Postoperative computerized tomography scan after 8 months of implant placement showing sinus floor elevation without perforation and bone formation Radiographic assessment of bone levels before and after implant placement between sinus membrane and ridge
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Related In: Results  -  Collection

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Figure 4: (a) Preoperative computerized tomography scan showing top view of the sinus membrane (b) Postoperative computerized tomography scan after 8 months of implant placement showing sinus floor elevation without perforation and bone formation Radiographic assessment of bone levels before and after implant placement between sinus membrane and ridge
Mentions: The CT scan carried out 8 months postinsertion showed a dense mineralized bone surrounding the implants. In the case, it was difficult to delineate the border line between sinus floor and newly formed tissue. The original bone height below the sinus floor as measured on the preoperative CT scan was 1.47 and 1.49 mm at two sites and on second CT scan evaluation after 8 months postsurgery, the bone height achieved was of 15.42 mm and 16.94 respectively [Figures 1–4].

Bottom Line: The osteotome technique is more predictable with simultaneous implant placement when there is <5-7 mm of preexisting alveolar bone height beneath sinus.Proper combination of platelet rich fibrin, mineralized freeze-dried human bone allograft, and autogenous bone has been recommended for this situation.The purpose of this article was to describe the proper method and materials which can grow >10 mm bone with osteotome technique and grafting materials where the edentulous posterior maxilla radio-graphically showed less bone between the alveolar crest and sinus floor.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Periodontology and Oral Implantology, People's College of Dental Sciences and Research Centre, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India.

ABSTRACT
The osteotome technique is more predictable with simultaneous implant placement when there is <5-7 mm of preexisting alveolar bone height beneath sinus. Proper combination of platelet rich fibrin, mineralized freeze-dried human bone allograft, and autogenous bone has been recommended for this situation. The purpose of this article was to describe the proper method and materials which can grow >10 mm bone with osteotome technique and grafting materials where the edentulous posterior maxilla radio-graphically showed less bone between the alveolar crest and sinus floor.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus