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Volume 21 , Issue 5
September/October 2006

Pages 801–804


Endoscopic Retrieval of Dental Implants From the Maxillary Sinus

Altan Varol, DDS / Neslihan Türker, PhD, DDS / Kamil Göker, PhD, DDS / Selçuk Basa, PhD, DDS


PMID: 17066644

Endoscopic sinus surgery has been performed for various indications in maxillofacial surgical practices. It has been utilized for assessment of antral pathologies, removal of foreign bodies, orthognathic procedures, and treatment of facial fractures. In the cases presented, 3 dental implants which were displaced into maxillary sinuses were removed by endoscopic sinus surgery. Transantral endoscopic surgery is a reliable, minimally invasive method for retrieving displaced objects from the maxillary antrum with minimal complications. Int J Oral Maxillofac Implants 2006;21:801–804

Key words: dental implant, endoscopic surgery, implant displacement, maxillary sinus


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