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Sinus Augmentation with rhBMP-2 and Simultaneous Nonsubmerged Implant Placement

Description:
This case features the use of rhBMP-2 and mineralized allograft for grafting the partially pneumatized left maxillary sinus along with simultaneous placement of a large diameter implant in a nonsubmerged mode into the maxillary left second bicuspid site. The step-by-step surgical protocol will focus on incision design, lateral window osteotomy, membrane elevation and repair, the use of rhBMP-2 for bone grafts, and simultaneous non-submerged implant placement. CBCT evaluation Incision design

Date Added:
7/11/2014

Author(s):

Michael A Pikos, DDS Michael A Pikos, DDS
Dr. Michael A. Pikos Dr. Pikos is originally from Campbell, Ohio. He attended The Ohio State University where he graduated Summa Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa....
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Questions & Comments
francis matarazzo - (12/6/2014 10:04 PM)

Excellent...as always! Enjoyed this very much. Thank you! Anita

Andy Lewis - (11/25/2013 3:35 PM)

Thank you Mike for this excellent summary of the vital steps in this procedure. Question: I notice a slight buccal concavity from the loss of the premolar some years earlier. Is there any value in buccal augmentation of bone since you are in there or will it just resorb? Thank you.

Juan Alberto Ruiz - (8/19/2013 5:28 AM)

congratulations for a very interesting combination of procedures. Thanks for sharing

Band Ditto64 - (8/16/2013 7:00 PM)

Dr. Pikos. Thank you for your contribution. I was under the impression that we should not mix PRGF/PRF or PRP with BMP-2? That is what I had heard at other lectures and from representatives of Medtronics, Please explain if I misunderstand. many thanks Band

Maurice Salama - (8/16/2013 1:21 PM)

Mike; Great job, nice and clean procedure. Enjoyed your manner of repairing the small sinus perforation and utilization of PRGF. Well done and thanks for sharing. Maurice

Charles Schwimer - (8/15/2013 1:41 PM)

Michael, Wow. That is an OUTSTANDING video. You certainly don't leave anything to chance. Thank you for sharing your surgical expertise in such detail. Best regards. Chuck.

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