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- Reasons for Failure in Endoscopic Sinus Surgery
- Endonasal Maxillary Sinus Surgery
- Maxillary sinus augmentation
- Clinical Maxillary Sinus Elevation Surgery.PDF
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Int J Oral Dent Health This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited. Maxillary sinus membrane perforation or tear is the most common complication of the sinus grafting procedure. Repair of the sinus membrane is usually accomplished at the time of the sinus graft procedure and often results in uneventful postoperative complications. However, complications may still arise, especially with large sinus membrane perforations or complete tears that could lead to an infection of the maxillary sinus and other anatomic areas of the maxillofacial complex that could result in bone graft and dental implant failure.
Reasons for Failure in Endoscopic Sinus Surgery
This goal is achieved primarily by the endoscopic removal of disease from key areas of the anterior ethmoid and middle meatus. In addition, the technique also offers the possibility of performing sphenoethmoidectomy with preservation of the middle turbinate. Localized irreversible disease in the maxillary sinus may be removed endoscopically with minimal trauma. The technique allows excellent visualization, and results in minimal morbidity and bleeding. Nasal packing is not required, and surgery can usually be performed on an outpatient basis using local anesthesia. Kennedy DW. Functional Endoscopic Sinus Surgery : Technique.
J Oral Implantol 1 October ; 46 5 : — Xenograft bone substitutes are commonly used to increase bone volume and height in the deficient posterior maxilla. The addition of enamel matrix derivate Emdogain could increase the efficiency of the bone healing process. The aim of this prospective randomized, controlled split-mouth design study was to compare the percentage of newly formed bone in sinus floor augmentation with deproteinized bovine bone mineral with or without the addition of enamel matrix derivative after 6 months of healing. Sixteen bilateral sinus floor augmentation procedures were performed. Deproteinized bovine bone mineral combined with enamel matrix derivative test and deproteinized bovine bone mineral alone control groups were randomly allocated within each patient.
B, Postoperative endoscopic findings of ESS show intractably diseased mucosa persisting in the maxillary sinuses even after making patent the maxillary orifice and restoring the ethmoid at 5 months. D, Postoperative endoscopic findings show rapid restoration of the intractable disease in the maxillary sinus at 5 months after the HPWJ procedure. Physiologic isotonic sodium chloride solution at a static pressure of 3 MPa in the tank is transmitted to the cannula and spout with a dynamic pressure of 1 MPa at the tip of the cannula. A, Preoperative persistent diffuse disease filled the sinus. B, Physiologic isotonic sodium chloride solution shot from the cannula. C, Immediate postoperative view showing preserved periosteum covering almost the entire bony surface.
Endonasal Maxillary Sinus Surgery
The impact of failed surgery, whether economic, emotional or health-related, is considerable. Technical factors continue to play an important role in failed surgery. In others, poor patient selection is a key issue, particularly in the difficult area of facial pain. In other patients, systemic diseases, including immune deficiency, may contribute to a poor result. In this patient group, more extensive surgery may need to be considered. As a corollary of this argument, some patients with advanced disease—predictably difficult to treat—might benefit from more surgically aggressive treatment, even at initial presentation. For the individual patient, this is a uniquely personal anguish.
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Maxillary sinus augmentation
The placement of endosseous implants in posterior edentulous maxilla is normally a challenging task in implant dentistry due to maxillary sinus pneumatization. Various sinus augmentation techniques have been used with impressive success rates aimed at developing these sites for implant placement. Knowledge of anatomy of maxillary sinus guides us not only in proper preoperative treatment planning but also helps us to avoid the possible complications that may arise during sinus augmentation procedure.
Clinical Maxillary Sinus Elevation Surgery.PDF
Sinusitis , also known as rhinosinusitis , is inflammation of the mucous membranes that line the sinuses resulting in symptoms that may include thick nasal mucus , a plugged nose , and facial pain. Sinusitis can be caused by infection , allergies , air pollution , or structural problems in the nose. Some cases may be prevented by hand washing, avoiding smoking, and immunization.
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