Crestal approach for maxillary sinus augmentation in patients with ≤ 4 mm of residual alveolar bone.

@article{Gonzalez2014CrestalAF,
  title={Crestal approach for maxillary sinus augmentation in patients with ≤ 4 mm of residual alveolar bone.},
  author={S. Gonzalez and Mai Van Tuan and Kang Min Ahn and Hessam Nowzari},
  journal={Clinical implant dentistry and related research},
  year={2014},
  volume={16 6},
  pages={
          827-35
        }
}
PURPOSE Less morbidity is the major advantage to a one-stage crestal approach to maxillary sinus elevation. However, the ability to ensure high primary implant stability in a severely atrophied ridge is of chief concern. The purpose of this study is to measure and compare the success rate of implants placed at the time of crestal approach sinus lift in patients with ≤ 4 mm of residual alveolar bone (RAB) and >4 mm of RAB. MATERIALS AND METHODS In this three-site multicenter study, one hundred… CONTINUE READING
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