Lateral sinus lift or verticle sinus lift?

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Posted on By Harrison Ishida In Sinus Augmentation

Tooth #3 was extracted 12 months ago and a bone graft was placed. Patient is ready to do an implant in the area. There is less than 5 mm of vertical height of bone in the area. Would bicortical fixation be enough with an internal violated antrum approach with an osteotome verticle sinus lift or would it be more stable to do a lateral sinus lift? Please view cbct.


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Harrison; If you truly wish to learn and understand what to do here PLEASE join as a PRemium Member and watch the most recent presentation on this very topic by Udatta Ker at the below link here at XP. regards Dr. Salama http://www.dentalxp.com/video/hydraulics-densification-sinus-ridge-1043555.aspx?locale=


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Done. Maurice, can you also tell me what the best video we have here on Dental xp on sinus membrane complications in verticle approaches and what to do to move on with placing the implant/grafting.


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Harrison; go to videos and then in top right SEARCH bar type Sinus or any other topic. It will provide a list of presentations for you to choose from. Here is one below. Dr. Salama http://www.dentalxp.com/video/maxillary-sinus-augmentation-1092871.aspx?locale=


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