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Table 2 Summary of the dental implants characteristics, survival rates, and failure rates with MIAMBE technique

From: Is antral membrane balloon elevation truly minimally invasive technique in sinus floor elevation surgery? A systematic review

Study N of patients Baseline bone height Total N of implants Implants survival rate % N of failed implants Implant failure rate % Implant lengths Implant diameters Timing of failure Follow-up period after operation
Kfir et al. [5] 12 3.7 ± 1.4 mm Mean ± SD 2.08 ± 0.51 NM 1 NM 13, 17.1 mm 3.75, 5 mm 2 weeks after procedure 23 months
12 3.5 ± 1.3 mm Mean = 3.5 Mean ± SD 1.91 ± 0.51 100 0 0 13, 17.1 mm 3.75, 5 mm   12 months
Kfir et al. [29] 36 3.4 ± 2.1 mm 72 97.2 2 2.77 13, 17.1 mm 3.75, 5 mm 1 and 3 weeks after procedure 6–8 months
Hu et al. [30] 28 4.92 ± 1.24 mm 26 96.15 1 3.84 NM 3.8, 5.0 mm 2 weeks after procedure 15.9  ± 2.94 months.
Kfir et al. [31] 112 3.8 ± 2.1 mm 219 95 11 FR = 5% 5 13, 17.1 mm 3.75, 5 mm At 6 months after procedure 13 months
Mazor et al. [32] 20 2–6 mm 37 100 0 0 13 mm 5 mm   18 months
Petruzzi et al. [33] 40 8.00 ± 2.19 mm 56 100 0 0 11.5, 13, and 15 mm 4.00, 6.50 mm   1 year
Peñarrocha-Diago et al. [34] 6 2.1–4.1 mm 6 100 0 0 10, 11.5 mm 4.2, 5.2 mm   1 year (after prosthetic loading)
Gonzalez et al.[35] 14 5.2 mm 11 90 1 10 13 mm NM 1 year 1 year
Dhandapani et al. [36] 9 5–8 mm NM NM NM NM NM NM NM 6 months
Asmael and Lateef [37]. 13 2.3–7.8 mm 23 91.30 2 8.70 10, 12 mm 4.2, 4.3, 4.8, and 5 mm At 1 and 6 months 1 year
  1. MIAMBE minimally invasive antral membrane balloon elevation, N number, NM not mentioned