International Journal of Applied Dental Sciences
2017, Vol. 3 Issue 4, Part A
Evaluate the use of peripheral venous blood alone in formation new bone under the maxillary sinus membrane: A literature review
AUTHOR(S): Elias Boutros, Mohamed Sabe-Alarab, Fawaz Jaber, Ali Hammoud and Leen Sabe-Alarab
To review the literature associated with new bone formation in the maxillary sinus elevation using peripheral venous blood alone.
Materials and Methods: A review of the literature was performed to record the study reference, design study, sinus lift method, number of patients, number of implants, follow up, bone gain and Perforation of sinus. A PubMed search was made from 2007 to 2017 with keywords: “sinus lift”, “Peripheral Venous Blood”, “new bone” and “maxillary sinus elevation”.
Results: 11 articles were identified and reviewed. The Lateral Window method was followed in all the studied publications. The survival rate of implants was high in all cases. A new bone is formed in most cases.
Conclusion: According to our review, the application of bone graft material may not be a requirement for maxillary sinus augmentation and new bone formation with peripheral venous blood as a filler material could be an alternative treatment modality for the implant treatment.
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Elias Boutros, Mohamed Sabe-Alarab, Fawaz Jaber, Ali Hammoud and Leen Sabe-Alarab. Evaluate the use of peripheral venous blood alone in formation new bone under the maxillary sinus membrane: A literature review. International Journal of Applied Dental Sciences. 2017; 3(4): 01-04.