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Managing Complications and Challenges in Sinus Augmentation

Description:
This presentation and surgical video demonstrates the corrective management of multiple infection and sinusitis following an earlier attempt at sinus augmentation. Dr. Sohn demonstrates the step-by-step clinical approach to this challenging sequelae that implant surgeons working in the posterior maxilla must be prepared for.

Date Added:
6/6/2013

Author(s):

Dong-Seok Sohn, DDS, PhD Dong-Seok Sohn, DDS, PhD
Dr. Dong-Seok Sohn received his DDD from 1989, DDS : School of Dentistry, Kyungbook National University in 1989. He complted training of oral and maxillofacial Surgery ...
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Questions & Comments
Mohammad Khandaqji - (10/18/2014 7:46 PM)

Prof Sohn thank you, Did you suture the membrane and if you did what type of suture did you use? If you don't have autologous fibrin black with concentrated growth factor what is the alternative?

Anurag Gupta - (6/22/2014 11:06 PM)

Thank you for this presentation. Can you use PRF alone for sinus elevation if implants are not placed at the same time?

Seongryeol Kim - (3/29/2014 7:53 AM)

Prof Sohn This is very helpful Educational tool.

jay ajmo - (3/8/2014 4:19 PM)

I was surprised you immediately placed implants and didn't graft site as separate procedure. Thanks, Dr. Jay Ajmo

Dong Sohn - (6/27/2013 9:01 PM)

Thank you Dr Jastrzebski

Dong Sohn - (6/27/2013 9:00 PM)

Yes I cleaned sinus bur some bone particles are stiil there. I didn't place bone graft to prevent infectio at this stage because bone graft is not a prerequiste for sinus augmentation, Thank you. DS

Mateusz Jastrzebski - (6/27/2013 4:50 PM)

Nice case! Thank you for sharing

Islam Eldardir - (6/26/2013 4:17 AM)

hi dr sohn i would like to ask what happened with the sinus membren there was infection and tearing in it and you elevate it then after implant insertion you didnt show any bone placement arround implan can you clear this did you make curettage to-the membren thank for nice presentation

Dong Sohn - (6/25/2013 9:17 AM)

Dear Chuck, it was not difficult to remove removal screw. Thank you..DS

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