Bone graft quality?

Last Updated August 17, 2016
Reviewed By:  OsseoNews Team

I am a 60 year old male patient from Asia. This is the first time I am going to get dental implants. I have always done well with root canals and bridges. Recently, I had to get a pre-molar and a wisdom tooth extracted and now left with no choice but to get a couple of implants on the upper right side of my jaw. I got sinus lift surgery done with bone graft in January 2016. I was advised to have implants done after 4 months. However, I am unable to go back to the same oral surgeon for review due to relocation. I got an OPG taken. If possible, I would like input on the bone graft quality. I see a kind of a void above the new bone below the sinus. I am wondering if this is going to pose an issue with new implant? It is not perfectly filled with bone. I am not having any problems. Can I still get two or three implants at the site of my new bone graft? What are recommended types and sizes of the implants? Thanking you in advance for your kind advice. I am attaching a portion of the OPG showing the new bone graft area.

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