The sinus lift with phycogenic bone substitute. A histomorphometric study.

  title={The sinus lift with phycogenic bone substitute. A histomorphometric study.},
  author={Antonin Simunek and Michal Cierny and Dana Kopeck{\'a} and Ale{\vs} Kohout and Josef Buka{\vc} and Dagmar Vahalov{\'a}},
  journal={Clinical oral implants research},
  volume={16 3},
OBJECTIVES The aim of this histomorphometric prospective study was to ascertain the efficacy of phycogenic bone substitute in an augmented sinus. The process of graft healing, bone remodeling, and biomaterial replacement was examined. MATERIAL AND METHODS The phycogenic material (fluorohydroxyapatite) made from calcium-encrusted sea algae was used for the sinus lifts. Twenty-four procedures were carried out (one-stage and two-stage equally) and 45 titanium stepped-screw implants were placed… CONTINUE READING
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