2006
DOI: 10.1097/01.id.0000220120.54308.f3
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Maxillary Sinus Augmentation With Different Biomaterials: A Comparative Histologic and Histomorphometric Study in Man

Abstract: All biomaterials examined resulted in being biocompatible and seemed to improve new bone formation in maxillary sinus lift. No signs of inflammation were present. The data are very encouraging because of the high number of successfully treated patients and the good quality of bone found in the retrieved specimens.

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“…Outros trabalhos mostram também bons resultados quando da realização do implante imediato ao levantamento do seio maxilar e a utilização de biomaterial: Scarano et al 8 inseriram 362 implantes em 94 pacientes e tiveram apenas seis implantes perdidos; taxa de sucesso de 98,35%; Peleg et al 9 em um acompanhamento a longo prazo, por nove anos, foram colocados 2.132 implantes desses, 44 falharam, representando uma taxa de sucesso de 97,9%. Mangano et al 7 , colocaram 100 implantes em dois tipos de biomateriais e tiveram quatro falhas, o que representa uma taxa de sucesso de 96%.…”
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“…Outros trabalhos mostram também bons resultados quando da realização do implante imediato ao levantamento do seio maxilar e a utilização de biomaterial: Scarano et al 8 inseriram 362 implantes em 94 pacientes e tiveram apenas seis implantes perdidos; taxa de sucesso de 98,35%; Peleg et al 9 em um acompanhamento a longo prazo, por nove anos, foram colocados 2.132 implantes desses, 44 falharam, representando uma taxa de sucesso de 97,9%. Mangano et al 7 , colocaram 100 implantes em dois tipos de biomateriais e tiveram quatro falhas, o que representa uma taxa de sucesso de 96%.…”
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“…34 A low resorption process was present and the graft showed a pattern similar to that of host bone. 34 Le Lorc'h-Bukiet et al concluded that bone remodeling seems to be more active in the cancellous portion than in the cortical portion. 35 After 10 months of grafting, the bone chips were incorporated in newly formed bone and almost completely resorbed.…”
Section: Donor Sitementioning
confidence: 96%
“…Complications related to the harvesting of intraoral bone are seldom reported, especially using the shaving technique described by Peleg et al 20 Scarano et al compared different materials in maxillary sinus floor augmentation, including intraoral autologous bone grafts. 34 Almost all autologous bone particles were completely surrounded by newly formed bone. 34 A low resorption process was present and the graft showed a pattern similar to that of host bone.…”
Section: Donor Sitementioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Most of the biocompatible bone graft materials are known to yield a good result in terms of the survival rate of implant, but maxillary sinus bone graft materials may be absorbed over time 12) . Bone graft materials include allogenous bone, xenogenous bone, and synthetic bone.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%