The Sinus Bone Graft

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The Sinus Bone Graft

Ole T. Jensen

As research proceeds on treatment of the resorbed posterior maxilla, new techniques and innovations continue to be adopted to solve this clinical problem.
While the previous edition of this book provided detailed information on the types of grafting materials and procedures available at the time, this completely revised version looks to the future with new strategies for treatment, some of which avoid grafting altogether.
This book not only reviews the time-tested lateral window approach for sinus elevation and grafting but also describes a variety of techniques to approach the sinus transcrestally, with or without grafting material.
One section of the book is devoted entirely to the different types of implants and implant placement techniques available, many of which are designed specifically to avoid sinus elevation.
In addition to clinical case studies and descriptions of how to perform specific surgical procedures, this book includes discussions on the science of bone formation and how continued research brings us closer every day to the ultimate goal of using tissue engineering to completely regenerate new teeth.

 

Contents

Section I: Surgical Options for Bone Grafting

  1. Bone Grafting Strategies for the Sinus Floor
  2. Diagnosis and Treatment of Sinus Infections
  3. Osteoperiosteal Flaps for Sinus Grafting
  4. The Alveolar Split Approach for Sinus Grafting
  5. Complex Techniques for Posterior Maxillary Reconstruction

Section II: Lateral and Transcrestal Sinus Elevation

  1. Lateral Window Surgical Techniques for Sinus Elevation
  2. Sinus Floor Augmentation Without Bone Graft
  3. Intraoperative Complications with the Lateral Window Technique
  4. Transcrestal Window Surgical Technique for Sinus Elevation
  5. Transcrestal Sinus Augmentation with Osseodensification
  6. Transcrestal Hydrodynamic Piezoelectric Sinus Elevation

Section III: Implant Placement in the Resorbed Posterior Maxilla

  1. Lateral and Transcrestal Bone Grafting with Short Implants
  2. Transsinus Implants
  3. Guided Extrasinus Zygomatic and Pterygoid Implants
  4. Navigation for Transsinus Placement of Zygomatic Implants
  5. Arch-Length Threshold for Using Zygomatic Implants
  6. Pterygoid Implants
  7. The Nazalus Implant
  8. Ultrawide Implants in Molar Sites
  9. Restoration and Abutment Options

Section IV: Evolution and Innovations in Maxillary Bone Regeneration

  1. The Sinus Consensus Conference: Results and Innovations
  2. Sharpey Fiber Biologic Model for Bone Formation
  3. Using BMP-2 to Increase Bone-to-Implant Contact
  4. Tissue-Engineered Bone and Cell-Conditioned Media
  5. Tissue Engineering of the Dental Organ for the Posterior Maxilla