scholarly journals “Surgical and prosthetic management of a severely atrophic maxilla, using nasal and sinus lifts along with incisive canal implants”.A case report

2021 ◽  
Vol 7 (1) ◽  
pp. 100210
Gabriela Molina ◽  
Gustavo Mazzey ◽  
César Coronado
2020 ◽  
Vol 2020 ◽  
pp. 1-8
Bruno Freitas Mello ◽  
Márcio de Carvalho Formiga ◽  
Luiz Fernando de Souza da Silva ◽  
Gustavo dos Santos Coura ◽  
Jamil Awad Shibli

The guided bone regeneration (GBR) technique has been used to achieve optimal bone volume augmentation and allow dental implant placement in atrophic maxilla and mandible, with predictable results and high survival rates. The use of bone substitutes has reduced the necessity of autogenous bone grafts, reducing the morbidity at the donor areas and thus improving the patients’ satisfaction and comfort. This clinical case report shows a clinical and histological evaluation of the bone tissue behavior, in a case that required the horizontal augmentation of the alveolar ridge, with the use of xenograft biomaterial and further dental implant placement. After six months of healing time, six implants were placed, and a bone biopsy was done. The histological analysis depicted some fragments of the xenograft bone graft, integrated with the new-formed bone tissue.

Jesús Torres ◽  
Faleh Tamimi ◽  
Ignacio García ◽  
Jose Luis Cebrian ◽  
Enrique López-Cabarcos ◽  

2016 ◽  
Vol 2016 ◽  
pp. 1-7
Fernanda Faot ◽  
Geninho Thomé ◽  
Amália Machado Bielemann ◽  
Caio Hermann ◽  
Ana Cláudia Moreira Melo ◽  

The rehabilitation of maxillary and mandibular bone atrophy represents one of the main challenges of modern oral implantology because it requires a variety of procedures, which not only differ technically, but also differ in their results. In the face of limitations such as deficiencies in the height and thickness of the alveolar structure, prosthetic rehabilitation has sought to avoid large bone reconstruction through bone grafting; this clinical behavior has become a treatment system based on evidence from clinical scientific research. In the treatment of atrophic maxilla, the use of zygomatic implants has been safely applied as a result of extreme technical rigor and mastery of this surgical skill. For cases of posterior mandibular atrophy, short implants with a large diameter and a combination of short and long implants have been recommended to improve biomechanical resistance. These surgical alternatives have demonstrated a success rate similar to that of oral rehabilitation with the placing of conventional implants, allowing the adoption of immediate loading protocol, a decrease in morbidity, simplification and speed of the treatment, and cost reduction. This case report presents complete oral rehabilitation in a patient with bilateral bone atrophy in the posterior regions of the maxilla and mandible with the goal of developing and increasing posterior occlusal stability during immediate loading.

2020 ◽  
pp. 1-4
Kishor Patil ◽  
Kishor Patil ◽  
Ashok Patil ◽  
Suyog Tupsakhare ◽  
Ketan Saraf ◽  

Nasopalatine duct cyst is the most common developmental non-odontogenic cysts seen in the midline region of anterior maxilla. An epithelial remnant of the nasopalatine ducts remain in the incisive canal is the most common etiology. Nasopalatine duct cysts are generally asymptomatic and infrequently produce a swelling and associated pain in the anterior palate if secondarily infected. On radiograph it presents with a welldefined round, oval or heart shaped radiolucency. Histopathologically it shows non-keratinized epithelium typically with neurovascular bundles in the connective tissue capsule. Surgical enucleation is the treatment of choice. In the present case report clinical features, diagnosis and management of nasopalatine duct cyst in a 23-year-old male in the anterior maxillary palatal region is discussed.

Rodrigo F. de B. Resende

O cisto do ducto nasopalatino ou também conhecido como cisto do canal incisivo, é um cisto de desenvolvimento não odontogênico que apresenta a maior prevalência descrita na literatura. Sua origem é controversa e geralmente apresenta-se de forma assintomática com aumento de volume na região da linha média anterior do palato. O objetivo deste trabalho é relatar dois casos clínicos de pacientes encaminhados a clínica de Estomatologia da Unigranrio /RJ, onde foram realizados o diagnóstico e em seguinda seu tratamento, onde os pacientes evoluíram sem complicações e / ou recidiva da lesão. Além disso, será realizada a descrição de suas características clínicas e por imagem, etiologia, incidência, tratamento, prognóstico e possíveis diagnósticos diferenciais deste tipo de lesão.  Palavras-chave: Cisto do ducto nasopalatino; Cisto do canal incisivo; Cisto não odontogênico.ABSTRACT  The nasopalatine duct cyst or also known as incisor canal cyst is a non-odontogenic developmental scientist with a higher prevalence described in the literature. Its origin is controversial and presents asymptomatic with an increase in volume in the region of the anterior midline of the palate. The objective of this study is to report two clinical cases of patients referred to the Stomatology Clinic of Unigranrio / RJ, where they were followed up with their treatment, where the patients evolved without complications and / or recurrence of the lesion. In addition, a description of its clinical characteristics and by imaging, etiology, incidence, treatment, prognosis and possible differential diagnoses of the type of lesion is made.Key words: Nasopalatine duct cyst; Incisive canal cyst; Non-odontogenic cyst.

Carlos Polis-Yanes ◽  
Carla Cadenas-Sebastián ◽  
Patricia Gual-Vaqués ◽  
Raúl Ayuso-Montero ◽  
Antoni Marí-Roig ◽  

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