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Healing Outcome after Maxillary Sinus Perforation in Endodontic Microsurgery
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  • Journal title : Journal of Korean Dental Science
  • Volume 9, Issue 1,  2016, pp.28-34
  • Publisher : Korean Academy of Dental Sciences
  • DOI : 10.5856/JKDS.2016.9.1.28
 Title & Authors
Healing Outcome after Maxillary Sinus Perforation in Endodontic Microsurgery
Kang, Minji; Kim, Euiseong;
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 Abstract
Purpose: The purpose of the present retrospective cohort study was to investigate the incidence of sinus perforation during endodontic microsurgery and to assess healing of cases with sinus perforation. Materials and Methods: Clinical and radiographic records were collected from patients who were treated with endodontic microsurgery in the Microscope Center of the Department of Conservative Dentistry at Yonsei University College of Dentistry, Seoul, Korea, between March 2001 and January 2016. To determine the incidence of sinus perforation, all cases involving maxillary premolar and molar teeth were assessed, and cases with perforation of maxillary sinus during the procedure were counted. To assess the outcome of the endodontic microsurgery, cases with sinus perforation were recalled at least 1 year after surgery. Result: Two hundred and forty-nine maxillary premolars and molars were treated with endodontic microsurgery. Among these cases, 16 cases had sinus perforations. Overall incidence of sinus perforation was 6.4%. Thirteen cases with sinus perforation were followed up for 1 year after endodontic microsurgery. Outcome assessment revealed that 2 of 13 cases with sinus perforation had failed. The success rate of endodontic microsurgery with sinus perforation was 84.6%. Conclusion: Endodontic surgery performed using microsurgical techniques decreases the risk of sinus perforation. Predictable outcomes of endodontic microsurgeries and healing of sinus membrane can be expected with adequate treatment steps and careful periodic follow-ups in cases with maxillary sinus perforations.
 Keywords
Endodontic microsurgery;Maxillary sinus;Outcome;Perforation;
 Language
English
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