DOI: 10.35556/idr-2019-4(89)14-19.

Computer planning of the bone grafting on the upper jaw (sinus lift)
Alieva Sevindzh Pasha kyzy, Yaremenko A.I.
Pavlov First Saint Petersburg State Medical University Russia, 197022, Saint Petersburg, L’va Tolstogo St., 6—8

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The authors presented the experience of using the computed tomography method for additional diagnostics, determining the volume of bone tissue, clarifying the topography of the anatomical structures in the area of the planned implantation, choosing the location and direction of the dental implants in the jaw, their number, size and axial orientation. The study was conducted in a group of 35 patients requiring orthopedic rehabilitation using the method of dental implantation. 13 patients underwent computer planning of sinus lift surgery. The features of the application of computed tomography are described in detail. The treatment plan and its clinical stages of one of the patients who needed the procedure for building bone tissue are presented in detail.
Conclusions and recommendations are made that can be useful in the further use of computer tomography in dental implantation, which allows more accurate measurement of bone tissue volume when deciding to perform the sinus lift procedure, minimize traumatic effects, and shorten the rehabilitation process.

Keywords: sinus lift, implantation, upper jaw, bone tissue, modeling.

For citation: Alieva Sevindzh Pasha kyzy, Yaremenko A.I. Computer planning of the bone grafting on the upper jaw (sinus lift). Stomatology for All/Int. Dental Review. 2019; No.4(89); 14-19 (In Russian). doi: 10.35556/idr-2019-4(89)14-19

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