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The MIAMBE Balloon Crestal Sinus Elevation Technique

Description:
In this surgical video, Dr. Mazor displays in detail the utilization of the MIAMBE (Minimally Invasive Antal Membrane Balloon Elevation) Balloon for grafting of the Maxillary Sinus utilizing a crestal approach. The technical aspects and advantages of the balloon is discussed as well as the details required for a minimally invasive yet successful sinus augmentation procedure. PRF and it's utilization as a bioactive modifier for the bone graft is also displayed and reviewed.

Date Added:
9/21/2011

Author(s):

Ziv Mazor, DMD Ziv Mazor, DMD
Prof. Ziv Mazor is one of Israel’s leading periodontists. He graduated from the periodontal department at the Hadassah School for Dental Medicine in Jerusalem...
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Questions & Comments
John Romero - (9/1/2012 1:35 AM)

Wouldn't it be more economical to use a sterile french 2-4 poly catheter ? Neo- Nate catheter ?

John Romero - (9/1/2012 1:35 AM)

Wouldn't it be more economical to use a sterile french 2-4 poly catheter ? Neo- Nate catheter ?

John Romero - (9/1/2012 1:35 AM)

Wouldn't it be more economical to use a sterile french 2-4 poly catheter ? Neo- Nate catheter ?

Glen Carmo15 - (10/18/2011 11:44 PM)

Very good presentation video.....Very good surgery....people still using PRP with homologous bone for sinus elevation ...with fibrin is very nice...specially for the healing

alper gultekin - (10/2/2011 1:28 PM)

Excellent presentation... Mr Mazor, what is the application rate of this technique versus conventional lateral aproach in your daily practice? Thanks...

Maurice Salama - (9/26/2011 3:03 PM)

Marc; I am performing a Sinus Course with Dr. Mazor which will review this technique and materials with a Hands-on exercise included next April 27-28th 2012 here in Atlanta at the DentalXP Teaching Center.
Dr. Salama

Jonathan penchas - (9/26/2011 12:14 PM)

intresting new technique that needs follow up.
i might use it in future

marc nacar - (9/25/2011 5:52 PM)

thank you for this video. Is there a course available to aquire the technique and the material?

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