Purely cancellous vs. corticocancellous bone in sinus floor augmentation with autogenous iliac crest: a prospective clinical trial.

@article{Gerressen2009PurelyCV,
  title={Purely cancellous vs. corticocancellous bone in sinus floor augmentation with autogenous iliac crest: a prospective clinical trial.},
  author={Marcus Gerressen and Benita Hermanns-Sachweh and D. Riediger and Ralf-Dieter Hilgers and Hubertus Spiekermann and Alireza Ghassemi},
  journal={Clinical oral implants research},
  year={2009},
  volume={20 2},
  pages={
          109-15
        }
}
OBJECTIVES Among the different graft materials being applied in sinus elevation surgery autogenous bone, especially from the iliac crest, is considered to be the graft of choice. The goal of this prospective study was to investigate whether purely cancellous transplants of this donor site lead to significantly better results regarding bone quantity and quality when compared to corticocancellous iliac bone grafts. MATERIAL AND METHODS Fifteen patients suffering from extreme maxillary atrophy… CONTINUE READING
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