Implant surgery with crestal sinus lift using the Magnetic Mallet

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Posted on By Fabio Filannino In Implants

This is a case of implant surgery with crestal sinus lift using the Magnetic Mallet by Osseotouch. The first picture attached illustrates the baseline and the overall project for implant insertion. In the second picture I managed to include a slideshow of photos showing how the surgery is carried out, therefore a case of implant insertion with crestal sinus lift using the Magnetic Mallet device. As Biomaterial I decided to go for Xenograft and Fibrine Sealant. In the third image a second stage surgery is showed, with osteoplasty to insert 1A1T conometric abutments at 6 months. The last picture finally shows the Temporary Crowns with conometric retention on 1A1T chair side.

Baseline and project for implant insertion
Implant insertion with crestal sinus lift

Second stage surgery with osteoplasty
Temporary Crowns with conometric retention
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Nice work here, what were the settings used and in what sequence with the Magentic Mallet? thnx for sharing with our community. Dr. Salama


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Thank you Maurice. In this case I've used a 3mm diameter trephine to create the "cylinder" and directly with the 360 osteotome to the 4-5mm length with level 2 and 3 of power. Some xenograft appositions at the same length and the implants finally. Here are the pictures I took yesterday for the final prosthesis. Regards

At the final impression time


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Nice follow up....


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Nice work, what settings did you use and in what order did you use the Magentic Mallet? Thank you for sharing this with our community. Salama, Dr.


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