CLINICAL IMPLICATIONS OF SINUS LIFT PROCEDURES

Mihaela Mitrea, Edlibi Al Hage Walid,  Cătălina Iulia Săveanu, Loredana Liliana Hurjui,  Simona Niculescu,  Allia Dmour,  Claudia Rusu, Norina Consuela Forna

Abstract:

Sinus lifts is a procedure often used in the last four decades. Posterior atrophic maxilla with pneumatized sinus often challenges dental implant surgery. Sinus lift in order to augment the residual alveolar ridge height resulted in various sinus lift surgical techniques. Sinus augmentation in atrophic maxilla transforms the atrophic posterior maxilla to a favorable place for implant placement. The primary method of long-term evaluation of sinus grafts has been evaluated based on the implant survival. Implant placed with sinus lift grafts had shown superior results than those placed without grafts. Lateral window method (direct technique) offers the best visualization of the sinus membrane. Particulate grafts used should has osteoinductive or osteoconductive properties and to help in long-term volume maintenance. Within the limits of this study, we can say that the primary method of long-term evaluation of sinus grafts has been evaluated based on the implant survival. Implant placed with sinus lift grafts had shown superior results than those placed without grafts.

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