Sinus Elevation: Lateral Window vs. Versah Crestal Approach - Is the classic technique becoming outdated?
The presentation discusses the use of crestal aproaches/minimally invasive techniques to augment the sinus versus the classic lateral approach, why I prefer the Versah system to achieve this, how I use the Versah system to graft sinuses with minimal vertical bone in a predictable way with reproducible results. I describe the technique I use and why I believe that the Versah system can replace the lateral approaches to the sinus in most cases.
Dr. Stavros EleftheriouDr Stavros Eleftheriou is a Specialist in Maxillofacial & Oral Surgery. He graduated the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece in 1996 and then continued his surgical training in Israel (...See Bio
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