Der retromolare Knochenspan zur Augmentation von Kieferdefekten Ersatz oder Ergänzung der Beckenkammtransplantation? Methodische Aufarbeitung und klinische Anwendung
Lohr, Karina Nicola
Aim of this scientific work was the retrospective methodical examination of intraoral retromolar bone grafting using a high number of clinical cases. Typical clinical examples should be compared with the most favored method of iliac crest bone graft. In the decade from 2003 to 2013 total 1019 retromolar bone grafts were harvested in 755 patients. The loss rate was very low with 0.5%, lasting harms could not be registered. The high number of operations and the clinical examples do attest the universal and variable practice of the retromolar bone grafting for complete jaw augmentation using 3D- and layer technique in combination with alloplastic bone substitutes. The literature confirms the benefits of this method regarding invasivity, complication rate and effectivity in comparison to other methods. In summary the method of retromolar bone graft can substitute the iliac bone graft in oral surgery and implantology. Even tumor defects of the jaw can be reconstructed efficiently and gently. Extended Iliac crest bone grafts further will be indicated in the big tumor surgery, especially in continuity defects of the jaw.
Subject HeadingsKieferchirurgie [GND]
Bone regeneration [MeSH]
Bone transplantation [MeSH]
Maxilla; Surgery [MeSH]
Oral surgical procedures [MeSH]