Crestal sinus lift and post-extraction implant with Magnetic Mallet
The following case shows an ASA I patient with a problem of intercalated edentulous of elements 15, 16, and a 14 with painful symptoms when chewing. As a matter of fact, an apical lesion of 14 is found as well as a possible vertical fracture rim. Following this diagnosis, it was decided to rehabilitate the area 14 with a post-extraction implant placement and to place an implant in area 16 following a crestal sinus lift using the Magnetic Mallet, the device at the very core of the Magnetic Dynamic technology. After carrying out a crestal sinus lift with the Magnetic Mallet (setting 1 then 2), the implant is placed in zone 16. Subsequently, it is decided to remove the crown in area 14 by extracting it. Then, Black Ruby osteotomes are used to place the implant. On radiographic control, the lifting of the sinus membrane appears evident with the classic rounded formation, typical of large sinus lifts. Any thoughts on this case?