Crest Sinus Augmentation with Minimally Invasive Approach

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Posted on By Maurice Salama In Sinus Augmentation

Patient presents with minimal vertical ridge height and the need to implant replacement. roughly 4mm of crestal height with robust width of ridge in area. A minimal flap dissection paired with crestal approach to schniderian membrane and a combination of diamond burs with STOPS and Versah Drills was utilized along with PRGF plugs. Long term PA review reveals bone clearly surrounding the implant. We are pleased with result after a few years follow up in function. Thoughts Dr. Salama

Preop CBCT Axial
Preop CBCT Sagittal

Salvin Crestal Kit with Stopper
Versah OD V-Lift


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2 years notice Bone around apex of implant.

PA preop
PA Post op 2 years


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3 years PA image. Thoughts Dr. Salama

PA preop
PA colorized image at 3 years


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2 different approaches can be used with success IMO.

Hydraulic Approach Salvin Crestal Kit
Versah V-Lift with OD protocol


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Our next 2 day hands-on sinus course is this September in Seattle. http://www.dentalxp.com/ContinuingEducationCourse.aspx?a=538


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