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Atraumatic Sinus Grafting Techniques

Description:
In this technique oriented lecture, Dr. Samuel Lee outlines his thorough decision making criteria for choosing either a lateral or a crestal approach to sinus elevation and augmentation. In addition, Dr. Lee introduces instrumentation and surgical techniques to simplify the sinus elevation procedure and therefore, making it less traumatic for the patient.

Date Added:
2/20/2010

Author(s):

Samuel Lee, DDS Samuel Lee, DDS
Dr. Samuel Lee has earned double doctoral degree in Dentistry. He has earned Doctor of Medical Science (4-5 years full time doctoral degree) from Harvard Univ...
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Questions & Comments
SAMUEL VAN WYK - (11/11/2013 8:01 AM)

this was great and very interesting
sam van wyk

steven regan - (9/2/2013 10:15 PM)

That was a great presentation Dr Lee! Excellent skill, you make look so simple. Great service to patients!! Thank you Dr Lee!

phuc ngo - (9/1/2013 10:56 AM)

It is wonderfull! Thanh you Dr. Lee

- (7/18/2013 11:58 PM)

Dr. LEE , when you perform crestal window technique, is it possible to simultaneously put implant even the crestal height bone is only less than 4mm, i concern about the primary stability tx. Drg DJOKO MICNI

- (7/18/2013 11:58 PM)

Dr. LEE , when you perform crestal window technique, is it possible to simultaneously put implant even the crestal height bone is only less than 4mm, i concern about the primary stability tx. Drg DJOKO MICNI

James R. Owings - (7/25/2012 1:01 PM)

Aways like hs presentaton. Rip Owings

Dariush Radman - (6/1/2012 4:08 PM)

Thank you Dr.Lee. Very cool technique and nice presentation!

marcello Matteucci - (3/7/2012 3:05 AM)

Excellent presentation! Thank you Dr Lee.

Nicolas Aronna - (3/7/2012 1:09 AM)

Great presentation Dr Lee. I am very interested on the instruments you use either for crestal and lateral approach. Thank you

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