Uso de Enxerto Ósseo Autógeno nas Reconstruções da Cavidade Bucal. Análise Retrospectiva de 07 Anos
Next Document Rev Port Estomatol Med Dent Cir Maxilofac.. 2009;50:221-5
Currently, there is great demand for patients who requires treatment with bone integrable dental implants, however this situation is often hampered by the changes in the edentulous alveolar ridge, which may make the installation of the implant more complicated. The autogenous bone graft are current days the choice of treatments for patients with insufficient bone volume to receive implants and that to receive bone integrable implants. The purpose of this study was to evaluate retrospectively the use of autogenous bone graft in patients treated in the Surgery Area of Oral and Maxillofacial from the College of Dentistry of Piracicaba, by de State University of Campinas in the period July 2001 to July 2008. The results show that the intraoral donors areas were used in 95,1% of the cases, and that the maxillary tuberosity was used in 39.8% of the cases, the ascending branch in 31,4% and the mandibular symphysis in 28,8% of the cases. The “onlay” block graft was the most commonly technique employed (53,7%), followed by the particulate bone graft (36,6%) and by sinus lifting of the maxillary (9,7%). In conclusion, whenever possible we should choose intraoral donors areas, and in this work, these donors areas were the most commonly employed, and the maxillary tuberosity the most used.