Priscilla, a dental patient from Tennessee, asks:
I had a sinus augmentation on both sides and the right side took but the left side didn’t. I got an infection and had to have it cleaned out. The oral surgeon said that the sinus membrane had been torn and that is why the area became infected and the graft did not take. The surgeon does not want to go back into the left sinus. My dentist does not want to do the overdenture unless some implants can be placed on my left side. What am I supposed to do now?