Case Reports in Dentistry / 2015 / Article / Fig 2

Case Report

Atypical Case of Three Dental Implants Displaced into the Maxillary Sinus

Figure 2

(a) Clinical photograph showing the clinical view of the right side. (b) Clinical photograph showing the clinical view of the left side. (c) Clinical photograph showing membrane perforation through the right bone window to gain full access into the sinus cavity. (d) Clinical photograph showing membrane perforation through the left bone window to gain full access into the sinus cavity. (e) Clinical photograph showing the implant removed with a Kelly clamp in the right sinus. (f) Clinical photograph showing the implant removed with a Kelly clamp in the left sinus. (g) Clinical photograph showing a porcine collagen membrane (Geistlich Bio-Gide, Switzerland) installed in the lateral bone window to protect the right sinus cavity. (h) Clinical photograph showing a porcine collagen membrane (Geistlich Bio-Gide, Switzerland) installed in the lateral bone window to protect the left sinus cavity. (i) Clinical photograph showing the surgical flap sutured (right side). (j) Clinical photograph showing the surgical flap sutured (left side).
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