Primary implant stability after maxillary sinus augmentation with autogenous mesenchymal stem cells: a biomechanical evaluation in rabbits.

@article{Riecke2011PrimaryIS,
  title={Primary implant stability after maxillary sinus augmentation with autogenous mesenchymal stem cells: a biomechanical evaluation in rabbits.},
  author={Bjoern Riecke and Max Heiland and Arne Hothan and Michael M. Morlock and Michael Amling and Felix Alexander Samuel Blake},
  journal={Clinical oral implants research},
  year={2011},
  volume={22 11},
  pages={
          1242-6
        }
}
OBJECTIVES To mechanically evaluate the effect of transplantation of precultured preosteoblasts derived from autogenic adult mesenchymal stem cells (aMSC) for experimental sinus floor augmentation on primary dental implant stability in comparison with conventional augmentation procedures in rabbits. MATERIAL AND METHODS After experimental sinus floor augmentation with a synthetic bone substitute, autogenous bone transplantation or osteoblast precursor cells, the primary stability of implants… CONTINUE READING

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