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Blood supply to the maxillary sinus relevant to sinus floor elevation procedures.
The maxillary blood supply is essential for preserving the vitality of the affected maxillary region, integration of the grafting material, and wound healing such as following sinus floor elevation.Expand
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Incidence and suggested surgical management of septa in sinus-lift procedures.
A variable number of septa, also referred to as Underwood's septa, divide the floor of the maxillary sinus into several recesses and may thus cause various complications during sinus-lift procedures.Expand
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The incidence, location, and height of maxillary sinus septa in the edentulous and dentate maxilla.
PURPOSE This study evaluated the incidence, location, and height of antral septa and demonstrates their clinical implications. MATERIALS AND METHODS One hundred ninety-four maxillary posteriorExpand
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Maxillary sinus septa: incidence, morphology and clinical implications.
This study was carried out to examine the incidence, morphology and clinical implication of antral septa. Out of 265 maxillary sinuses, 65 sinuses in atrophic maxillae were examined clinically duringExpand
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Computed tomographic diagnosis and localization of bone canals in the mandibular interforaminal region for prevention of bleeding complications during implant surgery.
In this study, computed tomograms (CTs) of 70 patients were examined for visible vascular canals in the mandible as well as for their localization, incidence, diameter, and content. All patientsExpand
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Assessment of the blood supply to the mental region for reduction of bleeding complications during implant surgery in the interforaminal region.
Several life-threatening complications caused by hemorrhage that can occur during the placement of dental implants in the mandibular interforaminal region have been described in the literature. TheExpand
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Serum cytokine levels in periodontitis patients in relation to the bacterial load.
BACKGROUND Periodontitis is a local inflammatory disease that also has some systemic effects. We investigated the levels of interferon (IFN)-γ, tumor necrosis factor (TNF)-α, and interleukin (IL)-2,Expand
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Characteristic features of trabecular bone in edentulous maxillae.
Following tooth loss, the maxillary alveolar ridge is affected by extensive resorption and its cancellous bone substance undergoes intense remodeling processes. This is particularly important forExpand
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Risk Factors of Membrane Perforation and Postoperative Complications in Sinus Floor Elevation Surgery: Review of 407 Augmentation Procedures.
PURPOSE To test patient- and sinus-related risk factors for an association with intraoperative membrane perforation and postoperative complications after sinus floor augmentation surgery. MATERIALSExpand
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Progress and trends in patients' mindset on dental implants. I: level of information, sources of information and need for patient information.
OBJECTIVES Little is known about the level of information on implant dentistry in the public. A representative opinion poll on dental implants in the Austrian population was published in 2003Expand
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