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Volume 15 , Issue 6
November/December 2000

Pages 873-878


Treatment of Maxillary Ridge Resorption by Sinus Augmentation with Iliac Cancellous Bone, Anorganic Bovine Bone, and Endosseous Implants: A Clinical and Histologic Report

Carlo Maiorana, MD, DDS, Marco Redemagni, MD, DDS, Marco Rabagliati, MD, Sergio Salina, DDS


PMID: 11151588

In this clinical study, a 1:1 mix of particulate cancellous bone and marrow (PCBM) and bovine deproteinized bone (Bio-Oss) was used to fill cavities after elevating the sinus mucosa for major sinus dehiscences. Ten patients with edentulous posterior maxillae were treated with 12 sinus augmentation procedures according to a 2-stage technique, and 30 Frialit-2 endosseous implants were used to complete the implant-prosthetic rehabilitation. Bone cylinders were removed at second-stage surgery immediately prior to implant placement (5 to 7 months after grafting), and histologic evaluation was performed. The results showed that Bio-Oss is a reliable osteoconductive material and its association with PCBM leads to the formation of new bone with an increased overall density. (INT J ORAL MAXILLOFAC IMPLANTS 2000;15:873-878) Key words: bone substitutes, bone transplantation, dental implants, maxillary sinus, preprosthetic oral surgical procedures


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