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A simple method for repairing membrane sinus perforation

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ABSTRACT

The classical sinus lift procedure is a well-documented technique and Schneiderian membrane perforation is one of the most common complications. Various repairs have been developed for managing sinus membrane perforations. We describe a new suture technique of Schneiderian membrane that makes it possible to complete a sinus lift procedure that otherwise might have been aborted by preventing loss of the graft in the sinus cavity and secondary complications, such as sinusitis.

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Robiony, M. , Tenani, G. , Sbuelz, M. and Casadei, M. (2012) A simple method for repairing membrane sinus perforation. Open Journal of Stomatology, 2, 348-351. doi: 10.4236/ojst.2012.24059.

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