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Patient-reported outcomes after lateral wall sinus floor elevation : a systematic review

(2018) IMPLANT DENTISTRY. 27(2). p.236-245
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Objectives: The aim of this systematic review is to assess patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) after a sinus lift elevation by means of a lateral approach. Material and Methods: An electronic search was performed to search for eligible publications reporting PROMs after a lateral wall sinus lift procedure. Selected articles were further scrutinized and underwent a quality check before inclusion in a final study pool. Results: The electronic search provided us with 2444 articles of which 98 were further examined through a full-text analysis. Of these 98 studies, 11 were selected based on our inclusion and exclusion criteria. Results on a different number of PROMs were examined and compared: pain, edema, ability to eat, ability to work, phonetics, daily activities, bleeding, bruising, ability to sleep, bad breath, patient preference, and Oral Health Impact Profile-14 (OHIP-14). Methods of evaluation were 3-to 5-point scales, visual analog scale scores, and OHIP-14 questionnaires. Evaluation time points differed between 1 single evaluation time to a daily registration during 1 week. Conclusions: A general peak in discomfort could be noticed on day 1 postoperatively with a general decline thereafter. Severe morbidity or discomfort occurred but not in most patients.
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sinus lift, sinus floor augmentation, patient-centered, morbidity, RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED-TRIAL, CONTROLLED CLINICAL-TRIAL, SHORT DENTAL IMPLANTS, AUTOGENOUS BONE, LONGER IMPLANTS, GROWTH-FACTORS, LIFT SURGERY, AUGMENTATION, MM, COMPLICATIONS

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Younes, Faris, Aryan Eghbali, Thomas Goemaere, Thomas De Bruyckere, and Jan Cosyn. 2018. “Patient-reported Outcomes After Lateral Wall Sinus Floor Elevation : a Systematic Review.” Implant Dentistry 27 (2): 236–245.
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Younes, Faris, Eghbali, A., Goemaere, T., De Bruyckere, T., & Cosyn, J. (2018). Patient-reported outcomes after lateral wall sinus floor elevation : a systematic review. IMPLANT DENTISTRY, 27(2), 236–245.
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Younes F, Eghbali A, Goemaere T, De Bruyckere T, Cosyn J. Patient-reported outcomes after lateral wall sinus floor elevation : a systematic review. IMPLANT DENTISTRY. 2018;27(2):236–45.
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Younes, Faris, Aryan Eghbali, Thomas Goemaere, et al. “Patient-reported Outcomes After Lateral Wall Sinus Floor Elevation : a Systematic Review.” IMPLANT DENTISTRY 27.2 (2018): 236–245. Print.
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Material and Methods: An electronic search was performed to search for eligible publications reporting PROMs after a lateral wall sinus lift procedure. Selected articles were further scrutinized and underwent a quality check before inclusion in a final study pool. 
Results: The electronic search provided us with 2444 articles of which 98 were further examined through a full-text analysis. Of these 98 studies, 11 were selected based on our inclusion and exclusion criteria. Results on a different number of PROMs were examined and compared: pain, edema, ability to eat, ability to work, phonetics, daily activities, bleeding, bruising, ability to sleep, bad breath, patient preference, and Oral Health Impact Profile-14 (OHIP-14). Methods of evaluation were 3-to 5-point scales, visual analog scale scores, and OHIP-14 questionnaires. Evaluation time points differed between 1 single evaluation time to a daily registration during 1 week. 
Conclusions: A general peak in discomfort could be noticed on day 1 postoperatively with a general decline thereafter. Severe morbidity or discomfort occurred but not in most patients.},
  author       = {Younes, Faris and Eghbali, Aryan and Goemaere, Thomas and De Bruyckere, Thomas and Cosyn, Jan},
  issn         = {1056-6163},
  journal      = {IMPLANT DENTISTRY},
  keyword      = {sinus lift,sinus floor augmentation,patient-centered,morbidity,RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED-TRIAL,CONTROLLED CLINICAL-TRIAL,SHORT DENTAL IMPLANTS,AUTOGENOUS BONE,LONGER IMPLANTS,GROWTH-FACTORS,LIFT SURGERY,AUGMENTATION,MM,COMPLICATIONS},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {2},
  pages        = {236--245},
  title        = {Patient-reported outcomes after lateral wall sinus floor elevation : a systematic review},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1097/ID.0000000000000717},
  volume       = {27},
  year         = {2018},
}

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