Morbidity following transcrestal and lateral sinus ground elevation: a randomized trial.
J Clin Periodontol. 2018 Jul 10;:
Authors: Farina R, Franceschetti G, Travaglini D, Consolo U, Minenna L, Schincaglia GP, Riccardi O, Bandieri A, Maietti E, Trombelli L
AIM: to comparatively consider the morbidity following maxillary sinus ground elevation in line with both transcrestal (tSFE) or lateral (lSFE) strategy with concomitant implant placement.
MATERIALS & METHODS: Sufferers with ?1 edentulous maxillary posterior web site with residual bone top (RBH) of three÷6 mm had been enrolled. tSFE was carried out in affiliation with a xenograft and a collagen matrix. For lSFE, the sinus was grafted with the xenograft, and the antrostomy was lined with a membrane. Implants had been inserted concomitantly. The postoperative course was assessed by means of questionnaires. Ache degree (VASpain ) was recorded utilizing a 100-mm visible analogue scale.
RESULTS: Twenty-nine and 28 sufferers had been included in tSFE and lSFE group, respectively. On the day of surgical procedure, VASpain was considerably larger for tSFE in comparison with lSFE, and comparable from day 1 to 14. tSFE was characterised by considerably decrease incidence of swelling, bruising and nasal discharge/bleeding. Considerably much less extreme limitation in swallowing, persevering with day by day actions, consuming, talking, opening the mouth and going to highschool/work was discovered for tSFE solely at particular post-surgery intervals.
CONCLUSIONS: lSFE was related to decrease ache on the day of surgical procedure, and tSFE revealed decrease postoperative morbidity in addition to extra tolerable postoperative course. (ClinicalTrials. gov ID: NCT02415946). This text is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.
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