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Long-term retrospective study of implants placed after sinus floor augmentation with fresh-frozen homologous block.(Original Article)(Report)

Rocha, Livingstom ; Aloise, Antonio ; Oliveira, Rafael ; Teixeira, Marcelo ; Pelegrine, André ; Macedo, LuíS

Contemporary Clinical Dentistry, 2017, Vol.8(2), p.248 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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    Long-term retrospective study of implants placed after sinus floor augmentation with fresh-frozen homologous block.(Original Article)(Report)
  • Autor: Rocha, Livingstom ; Aloise, Antonio ; Oliveira, Rafael ; Teixeira, Marcelo ; Pelegrine, André; ; Macedo, Luí; S
  • Assuntos: Nasal Surgery – Research ; Maxillary Sinus – Research ; Maxillary Sinus – Health Aspects ; Treatment Outcome – Analysis ; Dental Implants – Research ; Dental Implants – Usage
  • É parte de: Contemporary Clinical Dentistry, 2017, Vol.8(2), p.248
  • Descrição: Aim: The aim of this study was to analyze and follow-up implants placed in the posterior maxillary regions previously grafted with homologous bone. Materials and Methods: Forty-one grafts with homologous bone blocks were performed in maxillary sinuses, and 121 implants were placed in premolar and molar regions approximately 6 months after the grafts. Patients were followed up for periods varying from 12 to 124 months after rehabilitation. Results: The results showed two implant failures, for a 98.3% success rate during the follow-up period. Discussion: The implants placed had an average torque of 40 N-cm, regardless of the, design, diameter, and length of the implants used. Conclusion: After following up on the implants placed in this study, we concluded that those placed in regions of the maxillary sinuses previously grafted with homologous bone blocks had high long-term success rates and met the functional masticatory requirements.
  • Idioma: Inglês

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