The objective of this clinical trial was the analysis of 2 methods for engineering of autologous bone grafts for maxillary sinus augmentation with secondary implant placement. Group 1 (8 patients, 12 sinuses): cells of mandibular periosteum were cultured in a good manufacturing practice laboratory (2 weeks) with autologous serum and then transferred onto a collagen matrix. After another week, these composites were transplanted into the sinuses. In group 2A (2 patients, 3 sinuses), cells of maxillary bone were cultivated with autologous serum for 2 weeks, seeded onto natural bone mineral (NBM, diameter [Ø] = 8 mm) blocks, and cultivated for another 1.5 months. These composites were transplanted into the sinuses. Group 2B (control, 3 patients, 5 sinuses) received NBM blocks alone. In the course of implant placement 6 (group 1) and 8 (group 2) months later, core biopsy were taken. Clinical follow-up period was 1 to 2.5 years in group 1 and approximately 7 years in groups 2A and 2B. New vital bone was found in all cases at median densities of 38\% (n = 12) in group 1, 32\% in group 2A (n = 3), and 25\% in group 2B (n = 5). Differences between group 1 and 2B as well as 2A and 2B were statistically significant ( p = 0.025). No adverse effects were seen. All methods described were capable of creating new bone tissue with sufficient stability for successful implant placement.
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|Data di pubblicazione:||2006|
|Titolo:||Two techniques for the preparation of cell-scaffold constructs suitable for sinus augmentation: steps into clinical application.|
|Autori:||Ingo N Springer; Pier F Nocini; Karl A Schlegel; Daniele De Santis; Jung Park; Patrick H Warnke; Hendrik Terheyden; Robert Zimmermann; Luigi Chiarini; Klaus Gardner; Francesca Ferrari; Jörg Wiltfang|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI):||10.1089/ten.2006.12.2649|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||Articolo su rivista|
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