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Fig. 3

From: Palatal window osteotomy technique improves maxillary sinus augmentation in previously insufficient augmentation case

Fig. 3

Sinus bone augmentation with implant placement after palatal window osteotomy. After pala-crestal incision (a) and raising full-thickness flaps on the buccal and palatal sides of the alveolar ridge, palatal antrostomy is performed by a round bur (b). An implant was placed in optimal position after bone grafting in the palatal aspect of sinus cavity (c)

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