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Maxillary Sinus lift surgery
Maxillary Sinus lift surgery
Maxillary Sinus lift surgery
Maxillary Sinus lift surgery
Maxillary Sinus lift surgery
Maxillary Sinus lift surgery
Maxillary Sinus lift surgery
Maxillary Sinus lift surgery
Maxillary Sinus lift surgery
Maxillary Sinus lift surgery
Maxillary Sinus lift surgery
Maxillary Sinus lift surgery
Maxillary Sinus lift surgery
Maxillary Sinus lift surgery
Maxillary Sinus lift surgery
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Maxillary Sinus lift surgery

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A brief description of sinus lift surgeries

A brief description of sinus lift surgeries

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  • 1. Sinus lift surgery
  • 2.  The posterior edentulous maxilla presents special challenges to the implantologist.  Alveolar bone height <10 mm
  • 3.  Inlay type ridge augmentation  Direct and indirect sinus lift procedure
  • 4.  Tatum 1986---modified caldwell luc approach
  • 5.  U shaped osteotomy of the maxillary sinus  Swinging the partially freed-up bone segment cranialy into the maxillary sinus.  Created space is filled with bone graft  Implant is palced after 6 months
  • 6.  4-5 mm of bone present implant may be placed during the same surgical procedure  Advantage----  One stage procedure  Direct view of the implant anchored in the sinus  Less time required
  • 7. Indirect sinus lift procedure  less invasive  shorter healing and waiting period  <10mm >7mm  Increasing vertical height of the bone upto 4mm  sinus is approached from crest of the alveolar ridge and an osteotome is used.
  • 8. Bone grafts  Autologous  Autogenus  Xenograft  Allograft
  • 9. contraindications  Sinus infection  Tumors or pathologic groth in sinus  Severe allergic rhinitis  Chronic topical steroid use  Radiation therapy  Excessive tobacco use  Psychologic / mental impairment

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