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Evaluation of the Volume Changes of Grafted Bone Materials in Sinus Augmentation Procedure Using Dental Cone-beam CT
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Evaluation of the Volume Changes of Grafted Bone Materials in Sinus Augmentation Procedure Using Dental Cone-beam CT
Ohn, Byung-Hun; Seon, Hwa-Kyeong; Chee, Young-Deok;
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To evaluate the 3-dimensional features of the grafted bone with maxillary sinus augmentation and to assess the relation between the degree of bone resorption and the type of bone grafting source and implant, and the operation method. A retrospective chart review of patients receiving sinus augmentation procedures for implant positioning was conducted: radiographic analysis of the volume and area of bone grafts was performed. The volumetric remodeling.measured at 6 months after implant positioning as the percentage of residual bone graft.was correlated to type of graft materials and operation methods. 53 dental implants positioned with sinus bone graft in 15 patients at Wonkwang University Sanbon Dental Hospital. Computed tomography scans,taken implant positioning after 6 months, showed greater resorption values for the group of graft alone from the group of mixed with and various bone graft (P<0.05, respectively). And resorption values according to operation methods have statistically significant difference(P<0.05). Volume change ratio of bone graft showed greater values for the group of delayed implant position from the group of simultaneously implant placement with bone graft. Retrospective data analysis shows that the method of graft with alone may occur greater resorption of graft materials than mixed graft material with and other graft materials. The group of simultaneously implant placement with bone graft also display smaller resorption ratio of bone graft than the group of delayed implant placement.
Dental implant;Maxillary sinus augmentation;Bone resorption;Cone-beam CT;
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