Int J Oral Maxillofac Implants 32 (2017), Nr. 4 18. Juli 2017
Int J Oral Maxillofac Implants 32 (2017), Nr. 4 (18.07.2017)
Online Article, Seite e213-e220, doi:10.11607/jomi.5536, PubMed:28618433, Sprache: Englisch
Online Article: Crestal Sinus Augmentation with Recombinant Human Bone Morphogenetic Protein 2: Clinical and Radiographic Outcomes of 2-Year Pilot Trial
Kuchler, Ulrike / Rudelstorfer, Claudia M. / Barth, Barbara / Tepper, Gabor / Lidinsky, Dominika / Heimel, Patrick / Watzek, Georg / Gruber, Reinhard
Purpose: Recombinant human bone morphogenetic protein 2 (rhBMP-2) together with an absorbable collagen carrier (ACS) was approved for augmentation of the maxillary sinus prior to implant placement. The original registration trial was based on a lateral window approach. Clinical outcomes of crestal sinus augmentation with rhBMP-2 have not been reported so far.
Materials and Methods: An uncontrolled pilot trial in which seven patients with a residual maxillary height below 5 mm were enrolled to receive crestal sinus augmentation with rhBMP-2/ACS was conducted. Elevation of the sinus mucosa was performed by gel pressure. Primary endpoints were the gain in augmentation height and volume measured by computed tomography after 6 months. Evaluation of bone quality at the time of implant placement was based on histology. Secondary endpoints were the clinical and radiologic evaluation of the implants and patient satisfaction by visual analog scale (VAS) at the 2-year follow-up.
Results: Median gain in augmentation height was 7.2 mm (range 0.0 to 17.5 mm). Five patients gained at least 5 mm of bone height. Two patients with a perforation of the sinus mucosa failed to respond to rhBMP-2/ACS and underwent lateral window augmentation. The median gain in augmentation volume of the five patients was 781.3 mm3 (range 426.9 to 1,242.8 mm3). Biopsy specimens showed a cancellous network consisting of primary plexiform bone with little secondary lamellar bone. After 2 years, implants were in function with no signs of inflammation or peri-implant bone loss. Patients were satisfied with the esthetic outcomes and chewing function.
Conclusion: This pilot clinical trial supports the original concept that rhBMP-2/ACS supports bone formation, also in crestal sinus augmentation, and emphasizes the relevance of the integrity of the sinus mucosa to predict the bone gain.
Schlagwörter: dental implants, osteoinductivity, rhBMP-2, sinus augmentation