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MAXILLARY SINUS LIFT BY CRESTAL (OR TRANS-ALVEOLAR) APPROACH

The maxillary sinus lift is a procedure performed to increase the amount of bone in the molar area of the upper arch to prepare it for the placement of one or more dental implants.
When upper molars are lost, the sinus cavity tends to move closer to the maxillary ridge; over the time, the edges of the cavity can be so near to the ridge that there is no bone left to place implants.

By “raising” the Schneider’s membrane that covers the floor of the maxillary sinus, the dentist is able to add autologous, heterologous or synthetic bone materials to re-create the adequate conditions for implant placement.

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NON-INVASIVE SINUS ELEVATION KIT

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