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Table. 3.

Table. 3.

Comparison of the reviewed studies regarding the method of coronal coverage of the socket, pre- and postoperative complications, healing period, two-stage or one-stage surgery, and frequency of failure

Study Method of coronal coverage of the socket Pre- and postoperative complications Healing period (mo) Two-stage/one stage Frequency of failure
Artzi et al.33 (2003) Healing abutment and coronal repositioning of flap around its neck Epistaxis in 2 patients, micro-perforation of the sinus during surgery 6 One stage None
Barone et al.25 (2008) Release of periosteum and suturing the flap around the implant neck Pain and swelling 6 2 stage 1 early failure 6 wk postoperatively
Kolhatkar et al.12 (2011) 2 cases of healing abutment, 3 cases of suturing None 5-6 One stage in 2 patients and two-stage in 3 patients None
Bruschi et al.24 (2013) Collagen sheet Pain, swelling, and epistaxis (resolved after 24 to 48 hr) 5 Two stage None
Taschieri and Del Fabbro31 (2011) Mucous membrane or PRGF None 3-4 Two stage None
McCrea26 (2012) Coronal repositioning of flap, healing abutment, adhesive bridge None 6 One stage in 2 patients and two-stage in 8 patients None
Mandelli et al.29 (2013) Temporary restoration, leaving it out of occlusion None 5 One stage (temporary restoration) None
Crespi et al.27 (2013) Suturing the collagen piece and tissue covering the implant Pain, swelling, and epistaxis (resolved after 24 to 48 hr) 5 Two stage 1 early failure 1 mo postoperatively
Ebenezer et al.28 (2015) Immediate temporary restoration and immediate loading NM 4 One stage None
Falcón30 (2015) Suturing None 6 Two stage None
Chen et al.32 (2017) Palatal slipping flap or ultra-wide healing abutment 1 patient in Group 1: mild rhinosinusitis and cough for 3 days
1 patient in Group 2: fatigue
1 patient in Group 3: fatigue
Other patients: toothache
6 One/two stage None
Liu et al.15 (2019) Healing abutment and suturing Perforation of the sinus during surgery in two patients in test group and one patient in control group 6 One stage None
Sun et al.21 (2019) Healing abutment, loose suturing with PRF coverage None 6 Two stage None

(PRGF: plasma rich in growth factors, NM: not mentioned, PRF: platelet-rich fibrin)

Group 1: no contact of tooth apex with the sinus floor, Group 2: at least one tooth root was in contact with the sinus floor without perforating it, Group 3: at least one tooth root inside the sinus cavity.

J Korean Assoc Oral Maxillofac Surg 2021;47:411~426
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