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  • 1. July 24, 2009
    Socket – Sinus lift using OCO Dental Implant Systems
    OCO Biomedical introduced the next generation of endosseous implants:
    Patent pending
  • 2. A socket – sinus lift completed
  • 3. Two implants, a 5X19mm and a 4X12mm placed in the maxilla with 6mm of available bone using the socket-sinus lift
  • 4. Typical Situation
  • 5. Use pilot drill to 2mm below sinus floor check with x-ray with paralleling pin in place. Guide pin is 8mm
  • 6. Use final drill to depth of pilot drill
  • 7. The osteotomy will have the normal taper
  • 8. Flatten the top of the osteotomy with special sinus drill
  • 9. Make lateral relief cuts with lateral cutting tool
  • 10. The final socket lift osteotomy will have a “T” shape so that when tapped up will fracture laterally lifting the floor of the sinus
  • 11. Sinus lifted with implant in place
  • 12. Actual case of a Socket-sinus lift
  • 13. Another case with socket lifts and immediately loaded
  • 14. Q&A
    Thank You
    Questions?
    OCO Biomedical is a debt-free
    Company serving the dental
    Implant Community since 1976

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