Expansion, sinus lift and immediate implant placement with Magnetic Mallet
In this clinical case on a 68-year-old patient, before proceeding with the surgery, I consulted the ASA system to verify the patient's suitability and to evaluate the replacement of the right lateral sector teeth. Ct scan showed a large atrophy in width and pneumatization of the same side.
The expansion and condensation of the alveolar ridge was indicated with the Magnetic Mallet, as well as the right sinus lift. I was able to place three implants that achieved excellent primary stabilization thanks to the features of the bone preparation obtained with the use of the Magnetic Mallet.
Despite the low density of the bone tissue, the tooth replacement has been succesfull thanks to the magnetic dynamic bone shaping. At the same time, horizontal guided bone regeneration (GBR) with allograft and long-lasting collagen membrane was performed.
Any thoughts on this case? Would you have done differently?