Maxillary sinus floor augmentation: The lateral approach in unusual cases

Zvi Artzi*

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Abstract

The quality of the residual posterior maxilla in the post extraction phase concurrently with the sinus antrum pneumatization most of the time require a bone augmentation procedure in order to accommodate implant-supported prosthesis. In both the maxilla and mandible, the posterior maxilla is the most frequent site where an implant placement procedure is usually accompanied by bone augmentation. This chapter presents a case that describes severe crestal bone resorption concurrent with sinus floor pneumatization. In the case, the regeneration of the defective ridge is combined concurrently with sinus floor augmentation via a lateral window approach. The chapter presents another case demonstrating an unavoidable previous socket site of the upper first molar and the sub-antral area of the maxillary sinus. This case was presented with a history of multiple failed sinus augmentation/implant placement episodes. The Schneiderian membrane perforation has been considered as the most frequent complication in sinus augmentation procedures.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationBone Augmentation by Anatomical Region
Subtitle of host publicationTechniques and Decision-Making
Publisherwiley
Pages309-327
Number of pages19
ISBN (Electronic)9781119427926
ISBN (Print)9781119427841
DOIs
StatePublished - 13 May 2020

Keywords

  • Crestal bone resorption
  • Lateral window approach
  • Maxillary sinus
  • Schneiderian membrane perforation
  • Sinus floor augmentation
  • Sinus floor pneumatization

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