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Prevention and Treatment of Post-Operative Infections After Sinus Elevation Surgery

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Maxillary sinus surgery is a reliable and predictable treatment option for the prosthetic rehabilitation of the atrophic maxilla. Nevertheless, these interventions are not risk-less of postoperative complications with respect to implant positioning in pristine bone. The aim of this lecture is to report the results of a clinical consensus of experts (periodontists, implantologists, maxillofacial surgeons, ENT, and microbiology specialists) on several clinical questions and to give clinical recommendations on how to prevent, diagnose, and treat postoperative infections.

Date Added:
1/30/2016

Author(s):

Tiziano Testori, MD, DDS, FICD Tiziano Testori, MD, DDS, FICD
Tiziano Testori, MD, DDS, FICD Received his MD degree (1981), DDS degree (1984). Speciality in Orthodontics (1986) from University of Milan, Italy. Fellowship at the D...
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Questions & Comments
Daneth San - (2/6/2019 9:20 AM)

Thank u for good lecture!

rupinder purewal - (6/19/2018 1:18 AM)

🙁

Jonathan penchas - (2/5/2016 7:25 PM)

fantastic and helpful lecture from a giant of dentistry. bravo

Omid Moghaddas - (1/29/2016 2:53 PM)

Great presentation Tiziano Tnx Omid

Abtin Shahriari - (1/19/2016 9:41 PM)

Dong thank you for your question, As long as the bone graft is maintained in the closed space, the infection rate is very low. But if you have a perforation into the sinus and the bone is floating inside the sinus that is mainly the cause of the infection. Thank you

Abtin Shahriari - (1/19/2016 9:40 PM)

Thank you Dr. Tiziano for your great lecture. I like to answer the questions that was presented by Federico and Arthur: 1) Regarding the post op instructions and medications: - Recommend 5-7 days of no strenuous activities, - Augmentin 875 twice a day, - Afrin nasal spray- alpha adrenergic agonist, only for three days - Sudafed ( not prescribed in hypertensive patients) - Usually do not prescribe Flonase. It is a corticosteroid - it will take few days for it to be effective and cannot use it in certain patients

Federico Villarruel - (1/17/2016 6:00 PM)

Dr. T. testori I would like to thank you for sharing such a huge lecture with us. I have two questions related with post-op indications: 1-What if the patient is an active sportman?.How many days of rest should be given before starting with his normal activity(such as running or weight-lifting?in order to avoid complications. 2-Which corticoids do you use as a norm?and how often? thank you again!Federico Villarruel

Arthur Lyford - (1/17/2016 4:15 PM)

Dr. Testori,
Thank you for a meaningful and valuable presentation. Is there a use for fluticasone proprionate(Flonase)or other inhalational anti-inflammatories in the case of a blocked ostium, in conjunction with antibiotic administration? Thank you Art Lyford

Dong Sohn - (1/7/2016 1:49 AM)

very good lecture !!

As long as bone graft is used in the sinus, complication can't be avoid. The best way to prevent complications is not to use bone grafts at all in the sinus.
Many studies on graftless sinus augmentation reveals 0% infection. Thank you. DS

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