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Migration of dental implant towards maxillary sinus
International Journal of Health Sciences
Placing a dental implant in the maxillary posterior region is a challenge to a dentist because of its proximity to the maxillary sinus and decreased height of bone in this region. The surgical approaches for instilling a dental implant are thus associated with complications, of which migration of the implant into pneumatized sinus can also occur. Though this type of displacement is an accidental occurrence and can occur either intra-operatively or post-operatively, but a dentist should bedoi:10.53730/ijhs.v6ns3.6488 fatcat:bkk6hamuqnbjdjdqqcpmeyv3au