Sinus lift augmentation without the use of a solid biomaterial: PRF only

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Dr. Michal Jozwiak, DDS

Vice–president of Polish Endodontic Society
Ilawa, Poland



Patient: 61 years old male
Medical status: healthy
Dental history: teeth 25 and 26 extracted due to endodontic failure
Chief complaint: esthetic and functional problems

- Note that the alveolar part of the maxillary sinus is a five- wall defect which is similar to a dental socket. This type of defect heals spontaneously.
- Simplant planning: the view of the alveolar part of the maxillary sinus
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PRF Processing.

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PRF is only material which support Schneiderian membrane tent.

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Implant insertion.

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30-40Ncm initial stability was reached.

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Sinus window is covered by a collagen membrane.

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X-Ray after implant placement: note a small 6 mm diameter access window and lack of biomaterial.

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CBCT before the surgery.

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CBCT 3 months after the surgery.

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Comparison of Simplant view before and 3 months after treatment.
This case presents the sinus grafted with PRF only. LS reamer in the SLA kit was used to fracture the access window from the lateral maxilla. 

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