Osteotome sinus floor elevation with and without grafting material in the severely atrophic maxilla. A 1-year prospective randomized controlled study.

@article{Nedir2013OsteotomeSF,
  title={Osteotome sinus floor elevation with and without grafting material in the severely atrophic maxilla. A 1-year prospective randomized controlled study.},
  author={Rabah Nedir and Nathalie Nurdin and Paul El Khoury and Thomas Perneger and Jennifer Sutton and J Bernard and Mark Bischof},
  journal={Clinical oral implants research},
  year={2013},
  volume={24 11},
  pages={1257-64}
}
OBJECTIVES (1) To measure and compare endo-sinus bone levels around implants randomly placed with an osteotome sinus floor elevation (OSFE) procedure in grafted (control) and non-grafted (test) sinuses, (2) to evaluate the OSFE efficacy with short, tapered, and chemically modified hydrophilic surfaced implants in extremely atrophic maxillae, (3) to show that fused corticals may constitute a complication risk. MATERIAL AND METHODS The TE(®) SLActive 8 mm-long implants (Straumann AG) were… CONTINUE READING

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