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Figure 14: The cone-beam computed tomography revealed the new bone formation at both maxillary sinuses. (a) The cone-beam computed tomography showing each dental implant into the maxillary sinus with new bone formation. (b) The cross-sectional corresponding to the implant zone 2 with 7.8 mm of bone gain from sinus floor to dental implant apex. (c) The cross-sectional corresponding to the implant zone 3 with 6.4 mm of bone gain from sinus floor to dental implant apex. (d) The cross-sectional corresponding to the implant zone 13 with 7.4 mm of bone gain. (e) The cross-sectional corresponding to the implant zone 14 with 6.9 mm of bone gain. The measurements of bone gain were obtained by subtracting the length of the implant with the approximate measurement of the residual bone height in the tomography

Figure 14: The cone-beam computed tomography revealed the new bone formation at both maxillary sinuses. (a) The cone-beam computed tomography showing each dental implant into the maxillary sinus with new bone formation. (b) The cross-sectional corresponding to the implant zone 2 with 7.8 mm of bone gain from sinus floor to dental implant apex. (c) The cross-sectional corresponding to the implant zone 3 with 6.4 mm of bone gain from sinus floor to dental implant apex. (d) The cross-sectional corresponding to the implant zone 13 with 7.4 mm of bone gain. (e) The cross-sectional corresponding to the implant zone 14 with 6.9 mm of bone gain. The measurements of bone gain were obtained by subtracting the length of the implant with the approximate measurement of the residual bone height in the tomography