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The Classic Sinus Lift Window Technique: Shape, Size, Location and Trends

Description:
Since the 1980's articles of Boyne & James descriptive technique, we have been treating the atrophic posterior maxilla almost in the same way. The piezoelectric surgery changed the manner and safety of accessing the schniderian membrane, but in order to establish a predictable result we have to be precise in the three important parameters: the shape, size and location of the lateral access. This is the basis of the procedure, and we introduce here the "Wet Gauge Technique", that makes access safer and cleaner. This method for Schneiderian membrane lift, as well as a new Incision design based on maximizing maxillary vascularity will be introduced . Also, the use of the Clinicae Template for precise implant placement is highlighted as well as the myth of the use of the lateral window wall to be utilized as a new sinus´ floor will be discussed.

Date Added:
10/9/2012

Author(s):

Jorge Campos Aliaga, DDS, PhD Jorge Campos Aliaga, DDS, PhD
Dr Jorge Campos Aliaga DDS, Ph D, Associate Professor ESI Barcelona, Master of Implantology School Director, Orthodontic postgraduate, Private practice in Esthetics and...
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Questions & Comments
Saleh Elahwal - (5/21/2019 11:27 PM)

Thank you for this informative presentation

ross anderson - (1/31/2018 5:35 PM)

very informational footage! my pearl of the day! thanks doc campos.

byron scott - (12/18/2015 8:37 AM)

Interesting concepts.

Kalin Marinov - (2/22/2015 2:46 AM)

After watching the video I performed the wet gauze technique as described here and it worked wonderfully. Great instructional video. thank you so much!

Jorge Campos - (10/27/2013 5:27 PM)

Yes, the new incision design places exactly over the sinus window! But don´t worry, the old designs and ideas where developed many years ago, when PRF and microsutures where not available. When we suture mucosa, we get a tight and hermetic closure, that is completely safe. Sinus lift surgery has changed because we understand better Schneiderian bone formation potentiality and biologic cementum like PRF and PRGF help us to seal better incision wounds. Suture materials are better than old silk, and lens magnification also help us to have a better primary healing of our sinus lift procedure.

tamer abdelwahed - (10/9/2013 4:00 AM)

thanks for the presentation. with the new incision design doesn't this place the incision line very close to the sinus window? in that case u risk loosing your graft in case the incision line opens up for any reason. just a thought. thank u

gabriel velasquez - (7/30/2013 11:12 AM)

Congratulations Dr Campos the Gauge Technic is great and that kind of flap...God enlighten you always......

Tyler Binner - (11/30/2012 3:45 PM)

Hi Dr. Kontos - The product can be purchased by clicking on the red BUY button on the left side of the screen or you can always email or contact me directly and i can walk you through it and future purchases through the Dentalxp Products store. As a Premium member, you get 10% off of all products sold on the site as well! Thank you - Dentalxp - 678-872-7774

Jorge Campos - (11/30/2012 8:15 AM)

The Clinicae Template is sold in US by Dental Xp, ask Eddie Salama, also in the PRODUCTs tag you can find it.
Dr. Jorge Campos

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