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Kühl, S; Brochhausen, C; Götz, H; Filippi, A; Payer, M; d'Hoedt, B; Kreisler, M.
The influence of bone substitute materials on the bone volume after maxillary sinus augmentation: a microcomputerized tomography study.
Clin Oral Investig. 2013; 17(2):543-551
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Kühl Sebastian
Payer Michael
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This study aims to evaluate the effect of adding bone substitute materials (BSM) to particulated autogenous bone (PAB) on the volume fraction (Vf) of newly formed bone after maxillary sinus augmentation. Thirty healthy patients undergoing maxillary sinus augmentation were included. PAB (N = 10), mixtures of PAB and beta-tricalciumphosphate (PAB/beta-TCP) (N = 10), as well as PAB and beta-TCP and hydroxyapatite (PAB/HA/beta-TCP) (N = 10) were randomly used for sinus augmentation. A sample of the graft material was maintained from each patient at time of maxillary sinus augmentation, and Vfs of the PAB and/or BSM in the samples were determined by means of microcomputerized tomography (mu-CT). Five months later, samples of the grafted areas were harvested during implantation using a trephine bur. mu-CT analysis of these samples was performed, and the Vf of bone and BSM were compared with the data obtained 5 months earlier from the original material. The mean Vf of the bone showed a statistically significant increase (p < 0.05) in all groups after a healing period of 5 months without statistically significant difference between the groups. With regard to the increase of bone volume, it is not relevant if PAB is used alone or combined with beta-TCP or HA/beta-TCP. The amount of PAB and associated donor site morbidity may be reduced by adding BSM for maxillary sinus augmentation.
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