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Wenjie Zhou

Shanghai, China

Clinical case description:

This was a 30-year old female, who lost her right maxillary premola teeth and first molar tooth (No.14,15,16) because of sever caries 2 years ago. She was in good health status and maintains a good oral hygiene, with no smoking habit. She went to our clinic and asked for implant-supported fixed prostheses.

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<p>Preoperative intraoral photo showing the edentulous ridge of the right maxilla. Panoramic radiograph showing the limited residual bone height (2-3mm) of right edentulous alveolar bone and a vertical septum protruded in the right sinus cavity</p>

Preoperative intraoral photo showing the edentulous ridge of the right maxilla. Panoramic radiograph showing the limited residual bone height (2-3mm) of right edentulous alveolar bone and a vertical septum protruded in the right sinus cavity

<p>Two distinct entries to reach the sinus from each side of the septum. Packing Geistlich Bio-Oss<sup>®</sup> in the created space under the membrane and simultaneous implants are placed with a particular care to achieve a proper primary stability.  Absor</p>

Two distinct entries to reach the sinus from each side of the septum. Packing Geistlich Bio-Oss® in the created space under the membrane and simultaneous implants are placed with a particular care to achieve a proper primary stability. Absor

<p>Tight suture the wound</p>

Tight suture the wound

<p>Four-month postoperative radiography after sinus grafting showing the graft remodeling. A three-unit bridge was restored 4.5 month after sinus grafting</p>

Four-month postoperative radiography after sinus grafting showing the graft remodeling. A three-unit bridge was restored 4.5 month after sinus grafting

Pre-surgery


							<p>Preoperative intraoral photo showing the edentulous ridge of the right maxilla. Panoramic radiograph showing the limited residual bone height (2-3mm) of right edentulous alveolar bone and a vertical septum protruded in the right sinus cavity</p>

Surgery


							<p>Two distinct entries to reach the sinus from each side of the septum. Packing Geistlich Bio-Oss<sup>®</sup> in the created space under the membrane and simultaneous implants are placed with a particular care to achieve a proper primary stability.  Absor</p>

Outcome


							<p>Tight suture the wound</p>

Follow-up after at least 6 months


							<p>Four-month postoperative radiography after sinus grafting showing the graft remodeling. A three-unit bridge was restored 4.5 month after sinus grafting</p>