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.

Treatment of maxillary ridge resorption by sinus augmentation with iliac cancellous bone, anorganic bovine bone, and endosseous implants: a clinical and histologic report / C. Maiorana, M. Redemagni, M. Rabagliati, S. Salina. - In: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ORAL & MAXILLOFACIAL IMPLANTS. - ISSN 0882-2786. - 15:6(2000), pp. 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

C. Maiorana
Primo
;
M. Rabagliati
Penultimo
;
S. Salina
Ultimo
2000

Abstract

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.
Bone substitutes; Bone transplantation; Dental implants; Maxillary sinus; Preprosthetic oral surgical procedures; Dentistry (all)
Settore MED/28 - Malattie Odontostomatologiche
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