|Presenter: Dr. H. Ryan Kazemi|
|Credits: 1 CEU||Release Date: 8/31/22|
|CE Supporter: J. MORITA USA||Expiration Date: 8/31/25|
Sinus perforations occur commonly during several clinical situations. These include conventional extractions of teeth with close proximity of the roots to the sinus floor, peri-apical lesions with bone loss extending into the sinus, and membrane tear during sinus lift bone augmentation procedures. If untreated, such perforations may persist as oral antral fistulas or compromised healing. While proper 3-D diagnostic imaging and techniques are important in prevention of such complications, clinicians must be prepared to manage such perforations should they occur. In this CE webinar, Dr. H. Ryan Kazemi presents commons clinical circumstances where sinus perforations may occur, and discusses immediate management strategies using either a single- or triple-layer technique.
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