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Estudio mediante el sistema compudent navigator sobre los injertos óseos realizados con la técnica de elevación de seno convencional y la técnica de catéter-globo

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Arena Etcheverry, Stefanía (2016) Estudio mediante el sistema compudent navigator sobre los injertos óseos realizados con la técnica de elevación de seno convencional y la técnica de catéter-globo. [Thesis]

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Actualmente la elevación de seno maxilar puede considerarse uno de los procedimientos más versátiles en cirugía bucal. Entendemos justificado el haber llevado a cabo este trabajo, ya que se ha evaluado la realización de elevaciones de seno maxilar con la ayuda de un sistema en el cual se usa un catéter-globo para su ejecución, llamado Balloon Lift Control® (Hager & Meisinger GmbH, Hansemannstr, Neuss, Alemania)...

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Tooth loss leads to a rapid bone decrease associated with the maxillary sinus, sometimes leaving only a fine bone lamina between the sinus and the oral cavity. For this reason, rehabilitation with dental implants in posterior areas sometimes requires augmentation techniques to provide sufficient bone volume for the insertion of intraosseous implants of adequate dimensions. The maxillary sinus lift technique has been in use since the nineteen-sixties (1,2) and over the years numerous works of research have evaluated its long-term outcomes (3-5), as well as the technical modifications it has undergone over time (6-9), and the types of graft used in sinus lift (10-12). The purpose of the present work was to evaluate a maxillary sinus lift technique aided by use of a balloon catheter – Balloon Lift Control® (Hager & Meisinger GmbH, Hansemannstr, Neuss, Germany). This technique has been introduced as a possible alternative to conventional procedures, to provide access to the sinus and a more conservative detachment of the Schneider membrane, reducing the risks and possible damage usually associated with the procedure...

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Tesis inédita de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid de la Facultad de Odontología del Departamento de Estomatología III, leída el 15-01-2016

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Lopez-Quiles Martínez, Juan
Uncontrolled Keywords:Implantes dentales
Palabras clave (otros idiomas):Dental implants
Subjects:Medical sciences > Dentistry > Dental implants
ID Code:37255
Deposited On:21 Apr 2016 10:36
Last Modified:21 Apr 2016 10:37

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