Maxillary Implantation with Treatment of Chronic Sinusitis

This video shows two cases where implants were placed following treatment of Sinusitis.



3 thoughts on: Maxillary Implantation with Treatment of Chronic Sinusitis

  1. Robin I Raub DDS says:

    What prevents migration of the graft material beyond the sinus? No membranes were added to close the opening in the sinus membrane. What is the origin/composition of Osteon III?

  2. Ed Dergosits D.D.S. says:

    The post operative cbct image looks very unusual. It appears that the sinus cavity is overfilled with graft material that does not have a clearly defined superior border. The human body is capable of adapting to many injuries. It would be usefull to see how this patient looks on a cbct image in another 6 months.

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