Complicanze nell'elevazione del seno mascellare: Consensus interdisciplinare diagnostico/terapeutico e raccomandazioni cliniche per ridurre l'incidenza

Translated title of the contribution: Complications associated with maxillary sinus lift: Diagnostic/therapeutic interdisciplinary consensus and clinical recommendations in reducing the incidence

T. Testori, M. Capelli, F. Galli, F. Zuffetti, A. Parenti, M. Deflorian, L. Fumagalli, R. L. Weinstein, C. Maiorana, D. Di Stefano, P. Valentini, S. Wallace, A. B. Giannì, M. Chiapasco, R. Vinci, L. Pignataro, M. Mantovani, S. Torretta, C. Pipolo, G. FelisatiG. Padoan, P. Castelnuovo, R. Mattina, L. Drago

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Abstract

Objectives: Outlining clinical recommendations of a Consensus Conference about postoperative complications of maxillary sinus surgery. Materials and methods: A Consensus Conference of experts (oral surgeons, maxillofacial surgeons, ENT and microbiology specialists) was put together with the aim of outlining clinical recommendations on how to prevent, diagnose and treat post-operative complications. Results and conclusions: Maxillary sinus surgery is a reliable and predictable treatment option for the prosthetic rehabilitation of the atrophic maxilla. Nevertheless, these interventions are not riskless of intra-operative and post-operative complications with respect to implant positioning in pristine bone. Post-operative complications can be serious for the involvement of adjacent anatomical structures.

Translated title of the contributionComplications associated with maxillary sinus lift: Diagnostic/therapeutic interdisciplinary consensus and clinical recommendations in reducing the incidence
Original languageItalian
Pages (from-to)181-188
Number of pages8
JournalItalian Oral Surgery
Volume10
Issue number4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Sep 2011

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Oral Surgery
  • Orthodontics

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