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Research Paper | Dental Science | Bulgaria | Volume 12 Issue 1, January 2023
Analysis of the Applying Implants Methods in Conditions of Subantral Deficiency, Compared to the Available Subantral Bone in Cases with Completed Maxillary Sinus Floor Augmentation with Lateral Approach
Abstract: Materials and methods: The aim of the study is to establish factors for conducting immediate or delayed implant placement. ? total of 76 preoperative Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) of patients examined, a maxillary sinus floor augmentation with lateral approach (MSFALA) procedure was performed on 108 maxillary sinuses, and a total of 305 missing teeth were identified. The absence of these teeth was rehabilitated with 161 implants according to data from the patients' medical records. Subantral bone height (SBH) was in each of the 161 areas. Results: ?he method for the application of implants in conditions of subantral deficiency-maxillary sinus floor augmentation procedure with lateral approach with immediate implant placement (MSFALAIIP) is in a wider range of the height of the subantral bone. The extended range of the SBH is a result of the lower minimum value of the SBH when applying MSFALAIIP. Conclusion: The height of the available subantral bone is a factor in undertaking an implant placement method in the setting of subantral deficiency in MSFALAIIP, but not for MSFALADIP. The height of the available subantral bone in which MSFALAis undertaken with immediate implant placement acquires a wider range due to the lower minimum value of the height of the available subantral bone for the application of the method.
Keywords: maxillary sinus floor augmentation, lateral approach subantral bone loss, immediate implant placement, atrophic maxilla
Edition: Volume 12 Issue 1, January 2023,
Pages: 1136 - 1139