De novo bone formation after the sinus lift procedure.

  title={De novo bone formation after the sinus lift procedure.},
  author={Albert M Price and M Brad Nunn and Frank G. Oppenheim and Thomas E Van Dyke},
  journal={Journal of periodontology},
  volume={82 9},
BACKGROUND The primary objective of this study is to use histomorphometric techniques to evaluate the concept that the new bone formed in the maxillary sinus lift procedure emanates from the endosteum of the sinus floor. In addition, the effect of the residual crest vertical dimension on the graft outcome and assessment of osteoclast numbers as an indirect measure of a connection between the crest and graft compartment are reported. METHODS After grafting the maxillary sinus with irradiated… CONTINUE READING


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