Great sinus lift with PRGF and deproteinized bovine bone

Stefano Sartori

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Within a diatoric implant rehabilitation of the upper arch, a bone volume augmentation by means of a great sinus lift is planned. The maxillary bone is exposed by means of a crestal incision and a mesial release incision. The vestibular maxillary osteotomy is performed with a piezosurgery technique in order to preserve the integrity of the Schneiderian membrane. After removing the vestibular maxillary cortical plate, this is preserved in PRGF. The elevation of the sinus membrane allows the placement of the bovine bone graft blended with PRGF. The maxillary cortical plate is then repositioned. The crestal bone volume is augmented also horizontally, by placing a block of heterologous bone thickened with PRGF. Everything is then covered with PRGF membranes. Both mattress sutures and simple single sutures are used. Finally it is possible to appreciate the soft tissue healing at 9 months after surgery. The surgical reentry for implant placement allows us to appreciate the bone volume augmentation and the perfect healing of the maxillary cortical plate.

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In 1996 Stefano Sartori graduated summa cum laude in Dentistry and Prosthodontics at Pavia University. In 2000 he was designated “Cultore della Materia” for the teaching of Periodontology at the faculty of Medicine and Surgery of Pavia University. Then he specialized summa cum laude in Medical Statistics at the same University, and in 2010 he obtained the specialization in Oral Surgery from Milan University summa cum laude. He is an active member of the Italian Academy of Endodontics (AIE), active member of the Italian Society of Oral Surgery and Implantology (SICOI), founding member and active member of the Academy of Non Transfusional Hemocomponents, active member of the Italian Academy of Osteointegration (IAO). He published several articles as first author on international journals with impact factor, among which the Journal of Clinical Periodontology and Clinical Oral Implant Research. He lectured many times in Italy and abroad, for example at the American Academy of Periodontology and at the Japanese Academy of Periodontology, on themes concerning implantology and bone regeneration techniques. He owns a private practice in Piacenza