Bone regeneration in sinus lifts: comparing tissue-engineered bone and iliac bone.

@article{Voss2010BoneRI,
  title={Bone regeneration in sinus lifts: comparing tissue-engineered bone and iliac bone.},
  author={Pit Jacob Voss and Sebastian Sauerbier and Margit Wiedmann-Al-Ahmad and Christoph Zizelmann and Andres Stricker and Rainer Schmelzeisen and Ralf Gutwald},
  journal={The British journal of oral & maxillofacial surgery},
  year={2010},
  volume={48 2},
  pages={121-6}
}
Lifting of the sinus floor is a standard procedure for bony augmentation that enables dental implantation. Although cultivated skin and mucosal grafts are often used in plastic and maxillofacial surgery, tissue-engineered bone has not achieved the same success. We present the clinical results of dental implants placed after the insertion of periosteum-derived, tissue-engineered bone grafts in sinus lifts. Periosteal cells were isolated from biopsy specimens of periosteum, resuspended and… CONTINUE READING
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