Total reconstruction after closure of maxillary sinus fistula
by Dr. Thomas Truninger

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Classification: General Diagnostics, Patient interview, Medical history, General health, Smoking, Medication, Clinical examination, Intraoral, Dental examination, Periodontal examination, Endodontic examination, Esthetic analysis, Radiographic examination, Panoramic radiograph, CBCT/CT, Periapical radiographs, Treatment planning, Tooth prognosis, Diagnosis, General treatment sequence/phases, Hygienic phase, Reevaluation, Surgical phase, Prosthetic phase, Treatment, Initial hygiene phase, Endodontic therapy, Post-core build-up, Conservative therapy, Direct restorations, Definitive fillings, Surgical, Prosthetic treatment, Fixed, Tooth-supported reconstruction, Crown, Tooth preparation, Provisionalisation, Impression/Bite registration, FDP, Implant-supported reconstruction, FDPs, Tools/Materials, Implant systems, Abutment types, Prosthetic abutments, Metal abutments, Surgical instruments, Implant, Drilling kits, Regenerative materials, Barriers, Resorbable, Bone substitutes, Xenogenic, Reconstructive materials, Metals, Extraction , Hard Tissue Regeneration, Horizontal ridge augmentation, Surgical techniques, Simultaneous approach, Implant placement, Esthetic zone, Non-esthetic zone, Implant planning, Guided surgery, Flap elevation, Healing mode, Submerged
Before starting the full-mouth reconstruction, the oral-maxillary sinus fistula (oroantral fistula) has to be closed.
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