Sinus augmentation and implants placement Using Augma Bond Apatite bone cement

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Posted on By dr Amos yahav In Sinus Augmentation

63 years old female, presented for fixed restoration of the missing upper right molars.
The molars were extracted 3 years earlier. The patient requested a fixed restoration. During case evaluation and treatment plan, because of the massive lack of bone, we decided to propose a 2 steps treatment. First, perform the sinus lift augmentation procedure and at the second stage to place the implants.
1-Open sinus lift with lateral window approach was performed in July 2018 using biphasic calcium sulfate cement (Bond Apatite® Augma biomaterials Ltd.); the sinus cavity fill and the access window were closed by using bone apatite only, according to a bone cements protocols. Flap closure with tension and no collagen membrane.
2-Implants surgery:
The CBCT demonstrated the perfect augmentation height and complete closure of the access window which allowed the placement of 2 implants.
The implants surgery was performed in March 2019 (Surcam, S-type).

Surgery by: Stephane BERG, DDS

Open window sinus lift using Bond Apatite®

Radiographic appearance after placement of Bond Apatite®


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beautiful case. just wanted to know how much the membrane was physically detached from walls in all directions prior to grafting or was the graft itself used after creating access of lateral wall to lift. the aurgwry had more than adequate lift. how many syringes were used? thanks


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Thank you Miguel
,the sinus membrane should be lifted completely as needed before grafting .we shouldn’t lift the membrane by the graft itself .the quantity depends on the size of the sinus cavity and how much we like to lift an average is 2-3 syringes


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